Intro Theme 07 (Soft & Hard) is made up of two sections: the first part is electronic (synthesizer and percussion) while the second part is more like rock (guitar and drums).Read More »
Intro Theme 06 (19-21 seconds)
This intro theme, the sixth in the Free Short Instrumentals series, combines electronic and orchestral sounds to create a sweeping, epic feel.Read More »
Intro Theme 05 (14 seconds)
Intro 05 is a short electronica theme.Read More »
Intro Theme 02: Happy Virus (36 seconds)
Intro Theme 02 (Happy Virus) is has an EDM and Trance feel to it. The song was played on a Korg MicroX synthesizer.Read More »
Intro Theme 01 (12 seconds)
This electronica intro song was created using a Korg MicroX synthesizer.Read More »
Intro Themes 17-24: Free Short Instrumentals for Intros, Outros and Credits
This video features the 17th to 24th songs in the Free Short Instrumental Themes series. The songs in the video range in length from 6.5 seconds to 34 seconds and are suitable for use in intros, credits, outros and very short videos. These tracks are mostly synthesizer-based compositions. For each song. two versions are available. For most of the songs, the second version is a little faster and is one semi-tone higher. The tracks are listed below:
- Intro 17 (synth & beat) 0:34 & 0:32
- Intro 18 (gentle & melodic) 0:10 & 0:09
- Intro 19 (bubbly synth) 0:07.5 & 0:07
- Intro 20 (aggressive: piano, guitar, war drums) 0:13 & 0:12
- Intro 21a (perky synth & percussion) 0:08
- Intro 21b (perky synth) 0:08
- Intro 22 (techno attack) 0:09 & 0:08
- Intro 23 (evolving sounds) 0:20 & 0:18
- Intro 24 (synth & drums) 0:17 & 0:16
Hokkaido Travel Diary: Photos, Video & Free Background Music 41
1. The Music
This video features the 41st song in the Free Background Music Series and is the second video in my Travel Diary series.
Tokyo Video, Photos and BIXIE (Free Background Music 44)
1. The Music
BIXIE is the 44th song in my Free Background Music Series. It is a lively piece that is influenced by swing, Latin jazz and electronic music.Read More »
Free Background Music 36: Buoyant
Buoyant is the 36th song in Free Background Music series. It is a relatively upbeat song that is built around the idea of contrast. For example, sparse textures are set against very busy parts with multiple melodic lines vying for attention.
This video is a collaboration with Juliana Payson, who supplied the original video footage of her swimming, dancing underwater, experimenting with synchronized swimming skills and doing other kinds of workout routines.
Tempo: 120 bpm
Free Background Music 10: Little Ape
Little Ape is the 10th song in the Free Background Music series. This song was originally created for a video montage showcasing a digital toy camera, so the music has a lo-fi and casual feel to it. The kaleidoscope images were created using After Effects. The music was played on a Korg M50 synthesizer.
Tempo: 135 bpm
Duration (Main Version): 3:00
Free Background Music 31: Dubtitution
Dubtitution is the 31st song in the Free Background Music series. The style can be considered a blend of electronica, chill-out, electronic pop., with the overall sound being inspired by dub music from the late seventies and early eighties.
Tempo: 95 bpm
Free Background Music 28 (Sonicidence) & Intro 25 (Sonicide)
Sonicidence is the 28th song in the free background music series. It mostly electronica, but contains elements of Rock. It was designed as movie trailer music. It has a soft and hypnotic opening, a thumping bass and drum middle section and crunching rock final section. There are two different versions (the last section features a slightly different mix and arrangement). The original version is in the Vimeo version. The second version has a more pulsating and lively bass line in the last section
Tempo: 120 bpm
Sonicide: Short Versions for Intros (20-36 seconds)
An excerpt from this song is also in the Free Short Instrumental Themes series. There are four different durations.
There are four different versions. The last part of the song (starting from where the drums come in) is the same in each version; the difference is in how much music there is before that. The version in the video is Medium version 2. The cymbal crash in each version comes four seconds before the end of the song.
- Long version – 36 seconds (there are eight measures before the drums come in)
- Medium version 1- 30 seconds (there are five measures before the drums come in)
- Medium version 2- 28 seconds (there are four measures before the drums come in; the cymbal crash at the end is at the 24-second mark)
- Short version – 20 seconds (the song starts with the drums)
Free Background Music 19: Transect
Transect is the 19th song in the Free Background Music series. This is an electronic piece that has elements of trance (EDM) and rock. It is played on synthesizer (a Korg M50), but makes use of some of the distorted guitar sounds. There are two versions of the song. The second one does not have the ‘guitar solo’ at the end.
Tempo: 120 bpm
Free Background Music 16: San
San is the 16th song in the Free Background Music series. It is relatively upbeat (but in a relaxed way) and melodic electro-pop instrumental in a minor key
Tempo: 112 bpm
Free Background Music 9: GIS
GIS is the 9th song in the Free Background Music series. It is in the electronica and chill-out genres and it features synthesizer, drums, percussion and bass. The drums and bass provide an upbeat rhythm, which contrasts with a wistful melody. The song was mainly played on a Korg M50 synthesizer.
Tempo: 109 bpm
Free Background Music 12: Dreams
Dreams is the most popular song in the Free Background Music series. The song was mainly composed on a Korg M50 synthesizer and is influenced by Indonesian gamelan music and minimalist music.
Tempo: 120 bpm