Instruments: EP, Bass, Percussion, Horns
Feel: Bouncy, Bright
The electric piano alternates between playing the rhythm and creating a sliding melody, while trumpets sound in the background, sometimes stealing the melody. The percussion makes for a toe-tapping good time. This is useful for the closing segment of a TV show, game, or transition. Cleanly loopable.
|Show Your Moves
"Show Your Moves"
Instruments: Synths, Percussion
Feel: Bouncy, Bright, Grooving
Your toe will start tapping to the bump of the bass drum once the music pans through your speakers. This song is one for a successful accomplishment or the happy ending to a difficult challenge. The staccato melody resembles a synthesized tremolo violin, while the bass guitar thumps increase in prominence until they are your heartbeat.
This piece of music is available in an uncompressed format here.
Instruments: Guitar, Recorder, Percussion, Dulcimer
Feel: Bouncy, Bright
Solid in pace, The Thatched Roof Villagers moves with percussion and a number of flutes and pipes struggling for dominance. The real joy of the piece is halfway through when the tinny dulcimer plays the melody and is then joined by the flutes in melody and harmony. The music is jovial and inviting. Loopable.
Instruments: Accordion, Violin, Percussion, Flutes, Trumpets, Horns, Strings
Feel: Bouncy, Eerie, Humorous
This is the kind of music that makes skeletons dance. With its pounding brass, singsong flute melody, and off-kilter syncopation, this piece is whimsical and reminiscent of a carnival. It is quirky, quick, playful, and dangerously creepy, and is perfect for a lively cartoon, circus-themed content, or a magician?s show.
Sheet Music: Available!
|Tenebrous Brothers Carnival - Snake Lady
"Tenebrous Brothers Carnival - Snake Lady"
Instruments: Percussion, Duduk
Feel: Eerie, Epic, Mysterious, Mystical, Unnerving
One of the more sultry sideshow acts in the Tenebrous Brothers Carnival, The Snake Lady is a crowd favorite that most never forget, even if they don't remember exactly what happened during the show.
|The Whip (Extended Version)
Download "The Whip (Extended Version)" as mp3
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The Whip (Extended Version) Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License
"The Whip (Extended Version)"
Feel: Action, Aggressive, Intense
The extended version of the show theme written for The Whip Podcast. Aggressive, hip, theme. Slow fade out at the end. This version can be looped easier than the shorter version.
Instruments: Violin, Percussion, Synths
Feel: Driving, Intense
Starts out traditional, moves to all-electronic, then a combination of the two.
Instruments: Violin, Violas, Cellos, Basses, Tympani, Glock, Harp, Brass, Winds
Feel: Epic, Driving, Intense
Written to show off the violin, it ends on a very high note.
|That's a Wrap
"That's a Wrap"
Instruments: Synth, Bass, Kit
Feel: Dark, Grooving
Sparse music compatible for voice-over. This piece is related to the Rock piece "Welcome to the Show"
|Welcome to the Show
"Welcome to the Show"
Instruments: Guitar, Bass, Kit, Horns, Synth
Feel: Action, Driving
A one-chord wonder designed to open a show. It has a long lead out for fading. Modulation about halfway through.
Feel: Driving, Action, Intense, Uplifting, Bright
Electronica (techo-pop dance). This is a fast and energetic piece polished almost to a fault. Lots of synth, and a happy clave. Think fashion show runway. Works best loud, works also not so loud.