Feel: Relaxed, Uplifting
Very very slow and changeable.
|There is Romance
"There is Romance"
Feel: Calming, Relaxed, Uplifting
Slow and poignant, this piece is excellent for depicting childhood love, the swelling love of adolescence, or the tender caresses of old age. The simple, elegant melody is exceptionally suitable to weddings, faith services, or as a theme to a story of lasting love.
Instruments: Guitar, Bass, Kit
Feel: Aggressive, Driving
A slow and rockin' piece with chunking distorted guitar with a confident and laid-back beat.
|Daytime TV Theme
"Daytime TV Theme"
Instruments: Piano, Sax, Strings
Feel: Relaxed, Uplifting
Slow and deliberate.
Semi-trance, semi-techno with a couple of touches of piano. Pretty driving for being so slow. Super super clean mix that'll rattle your walls.
|Bathed in the Light
"Bathed in the Light"
Feel: Bright, Uplifting, Relaxed
Super light with some sweet cutting sounds. Round, full, and slow.
|Sleep and Then
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Sleep and Then Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
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"Sleep and Then"
Feel: Uplifting, Calming, Epic
Winds descending, strings ascending. Slow, nice.
Feel: Unnerving, Mysterious, Eerie
Slow and measured quiet pulsing piano. For that "something is going on... and it probably won't be good" feel.
|I Knew a Guy
"I Knew a Guy"
Instruments: Kit, Bass, Vibes
Feel: Dark, Mysterious
Slow walking bass, drums follow along sparely, with a cool Vibe melody.
Instruments: Orchestral - Cello, Horn, English Horn, Clarinet, Contratuba
Feel: Dark, Somber, Calming
Starts with cellos, adds horn, clarinet, English horn, contra-tuba - to a final sustained chord. Slow. Thin yet satisfying.
|Long Time Coming
"Long Time Coming"
Instruments: Electronic, Synth
Feel: Driving, Action, Grooving
Tense and mercurial, ?Long Time Coming? begins with a slow, frenetic crescendo, and at 0:40 builds into the main melody with heavy percussion. At 1:04 the percussion is tacit, and at 1:18 a rippling crescendo builds to long, demented pulls on the string bass. The percussive beat begins again at 2:18, and then the frenzied, reverbed staccato of the piano enters, accompanied by a swelling synth lead. At 3:40 the piece finds it?s stride with pulsating synthesizer effects and a rumbling bass line. Best used as accompaniment for a tense, difficult level of a game or as the final battle with a villain. Because of its steady bass beat and snyth effects, this could also work well to depict a tense and suspenseful race to the finish, or as the music playing during a vibrant, pounding rave.