A dark and intense blockbuster track featuring decisive string pattern accompanied with a sound of full orchestra. Suitable for trailers and blockbusters.
A darkly epic and menacing atmosphere built by low pitched cellos, distorted, mechanical drum beats, stabbing brass and spacious electronics. Conflict, chase, thriller, sci-fi.
An epic track with militaristic undertones. Staccato strings and low brass provide instant drive and rhythm. Brass melody is introduced and alongside male choir propels the track forwards. Orchestral snares add further rhythmic support.
Percussion only track / Battle drums. Tracks with Drums only are useful for action sequences, fight scenes, war and battles, macho sports and exertion, powerful imagery, dramatic trailers and more.
This track combines pulsating synthesizers with full orchestra and a solo soprano voice. Solemn and emotional, impending drama, dangerous journey. Both fragile and determined, with a sense of sorrow.
A dark, brooding underscore for mystery and tension. Sci-fi / Futuristic; can also be desert / wasteland, abandoned warehouse or other location. Doom laden, cold, desolate. Threatening / uneasy. There is also a "No Drums" version.
One in a series of 7 short dramatic, news tv, documentary tracks. High impact, intense, dramatic jingles, highly suitable as TV programme opening sequences, intros, splash screens, product introductions, sports and action footage, reality TV and more.
An amazing, wondrous, and gripping orchestral / symphonic soundtrack. This long track goes through various stages and can in fact be used for several different cues. Full of amazement, wonder, magic and adventure.
An orchestral hybrid featuring a consistent low pulse accented by snare drum hits and static string stabs. Evoking an edgy and foreboding ambience with a menacing sense of forward motion and uneasiness, this atmosphere paints a backdrop of tension
A varied track which goes through various movements; some serene and romantic - others dark and menacing. Japanese Taiko drums, Shinmue, Koto, and Waterphone.