Acoustic guitar composition, available with or without subtle percussion. Easy-going, relaxing and pastoral. Good for many types of media or background use. Has a sense of the natural world, nature and earth. Nice and easy, moderately positive in a relaxed way.
Cinematic suspenseful piece, starting off with drum swirls, strings and into a more grand, orchestral sound combined with contemporary drums. Passionate, driving and a bit mysterious. Great material for film, film trailer, grand adventures and heroes.
Sincere, heartfelt and emotional, instrumental guitar rock. Mid-tempo drums, multiple guitars, bass. Young rock, good for storytelling, youth drama, television / TV series, commercials, TV drama, sports and adventure, and more.
A glorious, glorifying and determined track for Epic productions, cinematic trailers, and theatrical scenes of glory, honor, perhaps a rising force, the rise of an empire, or the arrival of a hero. Grand and majestic, featuring Orchestra, Epic drums and full choir.
Progressive rock track with heartfelt, sincere melodies, nice and varied guitar riffing, good forward drive but not too heavy or hard. Good for fun and sports, youth / young / teenage or 20-something, skating, surfing, TV drama or television series, etc. Great guitar solos. Driving and emotional.
Conveying a sense of warmth and contemplation, this piece of orchestral Americana would suit scenes depicting the great expanse of the beautiful Western landscape and sky. Also good for natural beauty, amazing scenes, adventure and fantasy.
Featuring resonator slide guitar and orchestra, this carefree piece suggests the activities of the average person living in the old West. The piece bubbles with energy and would suit scenes of people going about their business, whether it is work or play.
Aggressive and threatening, this piece could support an apocalyptic battle scene or scenes of war machines moving over the land. Could also work in a fantasy themed battle sequence. Features choir and orchestra.
A celebratory orchestral piece that suggests a festival or other significant event, perhaps in a great city. The piece is dramatic and noble, and could work in a variety of historical or present-day scenes of jubilation.
A simple piece that conveys warmth and love. Could be useful in some types of romantic scenes. The piece also has an innocent feel, so it could work in scenes involving children playing or scenes where older characters remember their youth long ago.
This melancholic piece evokes feelings of loss, remembrance and sadness. Could be useful in more emotional scenes where characters feel regret or loneliness. The track could also work for pastoral scenes depicting stark beauty.
This gently undulating piece is suggestive of an uncertain future. Soft and slightly melancholy, it could work well in scenes where there is an unknown danger or sense of undetermined threat. Scored for orchestra and choir.
A pastoral piece with a Scottish / Celtic feel, prominently featuring a traditional bowed string instrument, the fidule. Could work well in medieval or fantasy themed productions. Conveys the sense of open spaces or remembrance of times past.
A melodic pastoral track with a positive, warm, and uplifting feel, Carefree and light, this track would work well in heartwarming scenes, scenes that feature cherished memories, or fantasy and adventure settings, The track is slightly "classical" in nature as well as cinematic,
This positive orchestral piece conveys the sense of a great expanse, such as an ocean or the sky. It has a majestic, epic feel, and could also work in pastoral settings. Could be useful in scenes of natural beauty or scenes involving joy or hope.
Featuring orchestra, gritty guitar and drums, this cinematic Western-styled piece could be a character study for a Western hero or antihero. Dramatic and epic, this piece could be useful in scenes depicting the conceiving of or execution of a plan (e.g. bank robbery, capturing an outlaw) or for the...
Aggressive cinematic orchestral piece which could be used for trailers, modern war scenes, or scenes of devastation and strife. The piece has a slightly heroic feel, suggesting the heat of battle or an encroaching army.