A dramatic, serious epic cinematic track. Blend of symphonic instruments, expressive choirs, synths and electro/dubstep rhythm. Massive sound. A feel of a danger or inevitable dramatic events.
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.
Blasting Epic orchestral percussion music. The kind you use on dramatic movie trailers. Starts with a gradual build-up pattern that transforms itself after a sudden stop. Then all hell brakes loose and some atonal orchestral elements come in.
A strong orchestral track with big militaristic snare drums and dark, brooding brass melodies. Gradually building tension and escalating into climactic finish. Surprise stinger ending.
A serious sounding, cinematic track. Ominous, foreboding. International conflict, swat teams, special forces, daring rescue operations. Can also be fantasy, amazing journeys, perhaps an army rising up.
The Washington Post in F major, by John Philip Sousa. March.
Orchestra, synths and full choir are featured in this uplifting and moving hybrid which is great for action, fantasy, adventure and dramatic scenes, or even that epic battle.
An aggressive, epic track made with orchestra arrangement. War theme / marching. Features a reflective, contemplative trumpet section towards the end.
Felix Mendelssohn - A Midsummer Night's Dream incidental music, Op. 16 ; MWV M 13. Scherzo (No. 1).
With a bright & jaunty skip in the step, this mischievous romp pays homage to the golden age of whacky comedy film scores while still remaining ironic & contemporary sounding.
Very brave pathetic, really taste of the victory. Horns, strings, timpani and field drums. Introduction is preparing you for the next great. English horn and staccato