A grand and sweeping orchestral / adventure track with a dark, mysterious side. Soprano voices and full orchestra with big percussion.
An epic battle track with 8-bit elements, orchestra, electronic guitars and electronic drums. Perfect for rousing, heroic and dramatic scenes, dramatic trailers, and battle underscores. The 8-bit elements bring a sense of arcade but also uniquity.
A broody, dark, cinematic track with a slight military / operation feel. Barely audible lo-fi telecommunications over dark beds of mangled and distorted synth pads and guitars. Undercover operation, military or space / sci-fi. Sneaky, suspicious, ominous.
A jazzy-upbeat and positive, big band orchestration in the style of a 50's movie or TV show. Perfect for this role, or as a positive underscore for an upbeat video. Plenty of harp flourishes, a catchy jazz melody, with potential for festive uses.
John P. Sousa's famous The Thunderer march, classical marching band music. Arranged and recorded by David Hamilton. The 'Variation' version has more reverb.
John P. Sousa's famous march, Semper Fidelis, marching band. Arranged and recorded by David Hamilton.
The Washington Post in F major, by John Philip Sousa. March.
Fun and festive, marching, traditional European party / celebration, Could be Italy / Sicily, but also other European / Greece / Eastern Europe / Balkan etc, Weddings, family parties, parades and dance events.
A smooth, lush and warm vocal pop track with a retro 1960's / 1970's sound. Think the Beatles and other 1960's-1970's flower power. Somewhat psychedelic, dreamy, trippy. Very pleasant sound, featuring all live instruments and string section.