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Background Music 10: Little Ape – 3:00. 135 bpm, electronica/pop (synthesizer)
Download MP3: Little Ape
Background Music 09: GIS – 3:00. 109 bpm, electronica (synthesizer, drums, percussion, bass)
Download MP3: GIS
Background Music 08: Happy Virus: – 0:36 -140 bpm, electronica (this track is also included in the short instrumentals section)
Download MP3: Happy Virus
Background Music 07: IS2 – 1:50, 135 bpm, techno & rock (drums, percussion, electric guitar, synthesizer, gong, trumpet)
Download MP3: IS2
Background Music 06: IS 1 – 2:18, 90 bpm, electronica with some funk/rock influence (electric guitar, bass synthesizer, drums, percussion)
Download MP3: IS1
Background Music 05: Mime This – 2:27, 140 bpm, kind of an alt-rock groove (electric guitar, bass, synthesizer, drums, percussion)
Download MP3: Mime This
Background Music 04: Snacks and Watches – 7:21, 120 bpm, rhythmic but mellow (synthesizer, piano, acoustic guitar, electric guitar, acoustic bass. electric bass, Asian fiddle, drums, percussion)
Download MP3: Snacks and Watches
Background Music 03: Walk in the Dark – 2:12, 130 bpm, elecontrica (synthesizer). This is a good piece to demonstrate the sound of the Korg MicroX. It only has a two-octave keyboard, but the sound is quite rich. This song was played in one take without overdubs and without programming the synth.
Download MP3: Walk in the Dark
Background Music 02: Versatile – 3:28, 120 bpm, lively with funk. jazz and reggae influences (electric guitar, horn section, synthesizer, drums, percussion).
Download MP3: Versatile
Background Music 01: SD SFX (Chill) – 2:20, 100 bpm, quite calm but with a beat (piano, flute, English horn, Asian fiddle, drums, percussion)
Download MP3: SD SFX (Chill)
Most of the above compositions were created as soundtracks for video projects, animation or computer games. Some songs (especially the earlier ones) were created mainly using loops while other songs are mainly played using a Korg MicroX or M50 syntheszier. Most of the songs were put together using Cakewalk’s Sonars Home Studio 7.
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