A nervy and pensive World / Eastern influenced track. Cinematic mystery. Edgy, distorted, and a determined, big beat rhythm. A strange and unique mix of elements and influences, where the ancient and mysterious clash with the urban, gritty and edgy.
A grand, excited, and thrilling orchestral cue, Good for action and drama, adventure and fantasy, Despite the name, of course not limited to anything to do with pirates, This can be a great cue for a scene of amazement and wonderment.
In the Hall of the Mountain King, from the Peer Gynt suite by the Norwegian composer Edvard Grieg. Arranged and recorded by David Hamilton.
Traditional wedding music fom The Kangra region of Himachal Pradesh in India. Please note: This is a genuinely live, on-the-spot recording, and as such, there may be slight flaws in the performance and recording.
Dark, tense, with a somewhat Tribal feel. Can be ancient cultures / religions / mystical world history, or Futuristic / Sci-fi / Adventure. Ethereal pads, tribal percussion, mangled synth sounds. Chanting, war like vocals join in towards the end.
A majestic and glorious, cinematic and dramatic track featuring orchestra and choir in a fantasy setting. Amazement, victory, pirates or warrior hordes etc. Also available with added rock guitar.
A dark, rhythmic, and ever intensifying piece of orchestral music, available with or without vocal chanting and howling. Wild, primal. growing until the climax at about 2:10 and then ends with a haunting afterthought. Aggressive / Menacing / Threatening.
Gustav Holst: The Planets, Op. 32. VII. Neptune, the Mystic. Full orchestra recording.
Very dark and edgy track with slow, pounding and a raw, destroyed sound. Tribal shout vocals. Sci-fi or Fantasy production. Version with the vocals has a more Barbarian feel, version without the vocals has a more Sci-fi / Apocalyptic feel.
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.
Middle Eastern / Arabic / Oriental track with tabla, tamborines, sitar and plucked strings. Moderately busy, groovy, with a sense of mysticism and playfulness. Good for games, films, media projects with an Arabian or Eastern feel.
African percussive underscore featuring Djembe, Talking Drum, Gong effects and an assortment of hand drums including Krobot and Bobo. Upbeat and energetic throughout, this piece lends itself well to location and action sequences, tension and suspense
All live performed, genuine African drum ensemble. Recorded live in one take by the Shabani Jabiri Bakari ensemble from Bagamoyo, Tanzania. Bugobogobo fusion is a dance for digging from the tribe called Sukuma. Congas, bongos.