Modern track for commercial and advertising promotion. Nice minimalistic background music for your corporate projects such as technology video, new media product, on-hold systems, business presentations, and others.
Background music for corporate, business presentations, technology innovations, and modern era advertising. This minimalistic, yet modern track with fascinating sound effects will give you colorful and unforgettable soundscape.
Technology themed tune that includes flageolet guitar, glitch synthesizer parts, groovy drums, and futuristic minimal techno elements. Great for innovations and new products, robotics, fresh development, contemporary design, etc.
An ambient percussive groove, with organs and strings, minimalistic and pensive with a mysterious flavor. Suitable for reflection, memories, thoughtful scenes, technology and science. This simplistic melody is also good for adding a harmonizing ambiance to your projects.
The music uses a minimal but high tech sound to really grab your attention. This music uses technical sounding melodies and percussion which really says this is cool, futuristic, and new. The arrangement makes this music a must use for a wide variety of applications.
Simple, beautiful, and to the point are the words that best describes this music. The minimal nature and sweet melodies makes this track something stands out as something that will truely enhance a wide variety of applications.
This music uses a cool mixture of synths and melodies which really grabs your attention. It has a very minimal bass line which does not over power this melody but really compliments beat. The music is cool and perfect for a wide variety of applications.
A slinky, suburban and cinematic atmosphere in your project reminiscent of works like American Beauty, Ghost World, Desperate Housewives and Six Feet Under, this piece will make a great accompaniment to your video.
Ukuleles and antique sleigh bells play light-hearted arrangement suggested to underscore winter holiday scenes, seasonal ecards, slideshows and film sequences, inspired by images by Norman Rockwell and Thomas Kinkade.