||Assorted Tracks by FSM Artists:
|Track Name/Length||Usage Status||Date Added||Audition/Download|
|Backwash / 2:56||1 credit||29-Jul-14|
|Cheerful and bouncy jazz organ groove with percolating synthesizers. An energetic get-up-and-go piece which could make good background music accompaniment for video scenes featuring sports, dancing or other active subjects...More music Composed by Noisy Oyster. |
|Amazing Feats of Engineering / 3:02||1 credit||29-May-14|
|An efficient and compact electronic programmed bass and drum sequence assembled with a lighthearted melodic line skipping along on the top surface. Imagine that the camera pans accross an array of slick consumer electronics gadgets in some trade show video production or mutlimedia brochure...More music Composed by Steve Lowther. |
|Hybrid Piano / 1:06||FREE||23-Jun-14|
|Mid tempo Piano tune. Works with a variety of transitions and storytelling...
More music Composed by IAMBRAHMS.
|Chill Six / 0:30||FREE||23-Jun-14|
|Avant-garde electronic orchestration of synthesizers and beatbox percussion playing melancholic harmony, trading riffs, resolving in 30 seconds. Suggested to accompany scene of boredom, routine or automation, also to underscore narration, public service announcements. Key of B flat, 132 beats/min Flash,Las Vegas, Powerpoint, Synth,airport,animation,bar,catwalk,celebrities,celebrity,city,cityscape,cosmopolitan,covergirl...
More music Composed by Rick Dickert.
|Another Time / 2:33||1 credit||26-Mar-14|
|A delicate and pretty piano piece accompanied with orchestral strings and woodwinds. Like a sorrowful reminiscence, this composition pulls at the heartstrings: good background music for dramatic themese like loss, regret and longing...More music Composed by Enrico Altavilla. |
|The Last Word / 3:48||1 credit||27-Apr-11|
|This track has some really smooth and fluid guitar soloing which is reminiscent of the style of Vini Reilly (of The Durutti Column). Overall, there is a haunting emotional feel to this composition which could work well as background music for themes of loss, nostalgia, regret, reflection or reunification......More music Composed by Stephen Burns. |
|Back to the Eighties / 0:58||FREE||01-May-12|
|Vintage disco sound. Very Eighties and New Wave with a real programmed digital sound and also a sci-fi theremin melody. Do the Robot Dance! Party time! More music Composed by Arif_Banto. |
|Symphonic Soundscape / 1:52||1 credit||16-Jul-08|
|Tense, repeating orchestral melody. Plucked and bowed string instruments cycling around and around to create a background atmosphere of suspense. Similar in style to the works of composer Philip Glass...More music Composed by C.P.Bryan. |
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