Instruments: Synth, Flute, River
Feel: Calming, Relaxed, Mystical
I enjoy relaxing background music things. I looked out into the world for this music, and there was a lot of music, but none of it was right. When I want calm - this is the kind of thing I want! Super crazy hit-you-in-the-head calm! I want mega-aggro-calm. The flute in this recording is a standard C flute slowed to half speed. The river is running at normal river speed.
|Crusade - Heavy Industry
"Crusade - Heavy Industry"
Instruments: Basses, Cellos, Anvils, French Horns, Euphoniums, Trombones, Tubas, Trumpets, Percussion
Feel: Driving, Epic, Somber
Do you have recurring dreams of being an industrial roomba working in an ore processing facility? Do you make fantasy paintings and need some music for timelapses? Do you go jog-hopping in low-gravity post-apocalyptic environments? Do you have opinions about eggs? Are you a monster who is in charge of other monsters? Did you work on a top-hat/sombrero assembly line? Are you starting a ferry line on the river Acheron to compete with Charon? Are you drafting epic legislation? Do you enjoy hitting dumpsters with sticks?
Instruments: Drums, Hang Drum, Bells, Flute
Feel: Calming, Grooving, Mystical
This piece has 54 beats each minute. At Angkor Wat, a Hindu temple carving has 54 gods in opposition to 54 demons, and in their struggle they create immortality. Mystics (or mathematicians... whatever) in Ancient Greece knew of the prime factorization of this mystic number. 3 by 3 by 3 by 2. What does this all mean? Not much, as it turns out the concept of a "minute" wasn't familiar to the architects at Angkor Wat.
Instruments: Marimba, Drums
Feel: Bright, Grooving, Relaxed
This music is sort of ethnic-nonethnic. It is the sort of thing you can use for your travel video to Cairo, but would also work for your travel video to Columbus, Ohio. Columbus, Ohio - Where blank canvasses become full lives! Visit Columbus on your next getaway! Coffee shops, restaurants, and many seasonal festivals provide a rich backdrop to help make your life seem slightly less desperate. Columbus, Ohio: We have a river!
|River of Io
"River of Io"
Instruments: Flute, Clarinet, Strings, Percussion
Feel: Driving, Mysterious, Suspenseful
I would like to state, for the record, that this is the worst river cruise I've ever taken. The zombie crocodiles were bad enough, but the chase for the stolen artifact statue that was taken by the Ice Monkey Lord was really quite too much. And now I'm missing my left shoe. So why are we up sneaking around UFO landing sites? NONE OF THIS MAKES ANY SENSE!!! You got some clandestine stuff going on? This track will probably work for any sneakiness anywhere.
Instruments: Drums, Piano, Bass, Synth
Feel: Grooving, Driving
You got flow? You want this. Borderline chill and aggressive, this piece is your man! It does stand alone, but if you got words... it is amazing! Try it! What style is this? I'm not sure. It borrows from a lot - but I don't think it fits anything out there. Rickenbacker bass, gnarled piano, and a distorted drum kit all fit together beautifully. Percussion breakdown at 2:17. You can download this in uncompressed format here. Download comes with individual tracks so you can make your own mixes.
|River Valley Breakdown
"River Valley Breakdown"
Instruments: Banjo, Mandolin, Fiddle, Bass, Kit
Feel: Bouncy, Bright
Bluegrass country music.
Instruments: Celesta, Clarinet, Flute, Alto Flute, Bass Clarinet, Violins, Cellos
Feel: Relaxed, Mystical, Humorous
Nice light little piece.
Instruments: Bass, Kit
Feel: Aggressive, Driving, Grooving
A rock standard drum kit kicks out a quick and steady beat. The simplicity of the music calls for simple content that is driving and powerful without being overbearing.
This piece of music is available in an uncompressed format here.
|Sugar Plum Breakdown
Download "Sugar Plum Breakdown" as mp3
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Sugar Plum Breakdown Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License
"Sugar Plum Breakdown"
Instruments: Orchestra, Celesta, Percussion, Synths
Feel: Dark, Humorous
Just the final part of Tchaikovsky's piece with giant percussion and synths.
|Water Droplets on the River
"Water Droplets on the River"
Feel: Bright, Calming, Uplifting
6/8 piece meant to be reminiscent of nice memories from long ago.
||Silent Film Score