Growing Up Is a track that Intensifies from the beginning till the end, built up from these three main sections:1. Soft ambient atmosphere+Fx. 0:00 > 1:04 2. Far and big drums loops. 1:04 >2:05 3. Special boys choir arrangement. 2:05 > 3:24
Heavenly and ethereal cinematic track with acoustic guitar, dreamy choir pad and grand piano accompanied by orchestral strings from the second part, will work best in films, documentaries, trailers, tv and video games. Emotional and mysterious music.
A magical and sparkling, short segue cue that is useful for those 'end of episode' or 'to be continued' scenarios. A cymbal roll introduces a repeating keyboard figure followed by a guitar bend and a piano arpeggio that trails off into the distance.
A slow but determined, foreboding, cold groove carries through this mysterious, dark track. The backbeat groove keeps pumping away unrelentingly - as strings, pads and synth arpeggios weave swirling patterns around it. Technology, mythology, science, mystery, past and future, high tech, sports, cutting edge, dark past. Similar to the sound of Massive Attack.
A piano & strings tribute to Adele's Rolling In The Deep in an orchestrative organic style, (REAL instruments, not computers by the way). This lovely, softly driving compulsory track builds & moves with real purpose, indicating optimism & strength in an upbeat way. Very contemporary & suitable particularly for corporate work & commercial voiceovers.Sounds like Ludovico Einaudi Thomas Newman, Jon Brion, James Horner. Hans Zimmer, john Williams, Howard Shore, Adele, Coldplay, Alan Silvestri, Beethoven, Mozart, Tchaikovsky, Air, Moby, Yanni, Enya, Vangelis, Jean Michelle Jarre & Mike Oldfield.
Underscore track for intrigue, crime, conspiracy and troubled times. This film soundtrack style track has both a dark and a light side, with a strong foreboding sense of impending conflict. Keywords: drama dramatic pensive foreboding mystery mysterious crime csi investigation forensic detective newspaper news story television tv mournful worry worrying
An intense action cue with driving percussion rhythms, orchestral energy, and big drums, underscoring anything from a fast car chase to a battle between man and machine. Very much in the vein of John Powell's "Bourne" movies and the scores of Hanz Zimmer and Steve Jablonsky ("Batman Begins" and "Transformers").