Instruments: Guitar, Drums, Bass, Organ
Feel: Grooving, Relaxed, Mysterious
This was written for a sneaky-yet-cool scene. The kind where our main character is trailing a subject to find out where they get the amazing cheese they serve at their restaurant. There's a bunch of bits where the paranoid restauranteur turns around unexpectedly and Private Detective Alice Winterbottom has to duck behind dumpsters, or spin around casually pretending to be on a phone call, or hide behind a watermelon at the fruit stand.
|On the Shore
"On the Shore"
Instruments: Strings, Glock, Tympani, Flute
Feel: Calming, Mystical, Somber
Beautiful, thoughtful piece worthy of character reflection.
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Instruments: Brass, Percussion
Feel: Driving, Grooving, Suspenseful
Styled in the bluesy swing of a 70?s cop drama TV show, Private Eye incorporates slick rhythms with a prominent bass line and competing bursts of horns. The final thirty seconds builds in volume with the congas until the abrupt finish.
Instruments: Choir, Harp
Feel: Dark, Eerie, Epic, Intense, Somber, Unnerving
Epic myth. Part of the hero's journey. Starts with a solo soprano, and later mixes a full choir. Ends assuming you'll mix it into another piece.
Instruments: Bass, Kit, Violins, Brass
Feel: Grooving, Mysterious
Noir. Private detective from the 1940's sort of feel.