Short loopable music with 2 acoustic upright basses, sounding kind of like the twenties or thirties. Usable in movies, film scenes, some video games and some documentaries. It's kind of cheerful and happy.
Beautiful and emotional cinematic track with intriguing, exciting and dynamic vibe featuring piano, pizzicato strings, harp, glockenspiel, xylophone, full orchestral strings and percussion. Great for films, TV series, commercials, documentaries, trailers and more. Contemporary music track with a uni...
In the style of David Holmes (Oceanâ€™s Eleven), James Brown, Stretch (Lock, Stock & Two Smoking Barrels).
This is a very funky funk track in a retro (1970s) style. Fits a comedy crime scene. Features electric guitar, electric piano, bass, drums and a flute.
A light mood and sneaky track. This track starts with pizzicato strings that make way for a very gently flute theme. An egg shaker and an occasional triangle give you the rhythm. This track would fit perfectly for a comedic underscore, specially a sneaky scene.
It's a beautiful day! Or, at least, this track will make it better! This is a nice, smooth, happy track, based on ukuleles, piano and orchestra, perfect for any kind of production where a sense of joy and peacefulness is needed. This pack includes vocal version, instrumental version, no lead versio...
A quirky and lighthearted track that has a light and fun mood created by kids guitar, whacky flute, crazy clapping and powerful jazzy brass. Starts with a small amount of energy and grows in intensity throughout.
A track reminiscent in sound and style to Lemony Snickett's "A Series of Unfortunate Events" by Danny Elfman. Strange and unusual sounding mandolin creates an ominous mood that is kept warm and friendly by other instruments including harp, bass guitar, stomping and clapping, celesta and strings.
A quirky and lighthearted track with pizzicato strings, glockenspiel, xylophone, marimba, harp and other unusual instruments. Quirky sections followed by beautiful and loving sections dominated by the harp.