Cinematic trailer music with epic atmosphere and heroic mood. Very good for projects that needs a dramatic, cinematic soundtrack, film credit sequence, adventures films, emotional journey, fantasy movies. Main themes are patriotism, dramatic, victory.
This is a powerful epic dramatic cinematic scene trailer music intro with exciting sound. The track contains different bright instruments – big war battle drums, violins, cello, live bass, strings, brass, epic vocals (it was me :), synths. This track can be used in war games and movies, documentary scientific films, as a movie trailer or epic, adventure musical website's background, travel programs "Lonely Planet" alike.
This is a cinematic energetic action drum and percussion, full of intense and rhythm. Great for adventure and epic scenes, chase and speed action background, war, battle and fight moods, aggressive and adrenaline trailers and much more.
Epic, powerful and climactic cinematic trailer music. With soaring strings, majestic horns, hybrid synth sounds, FX and deep bass shaking percussion. A tense, mysterious start builds to an awesome, dramatic finale. Great for epic adventures movies like Star Wars or Interstellar, sci-fi documentaries, or video games about alien invasion, final revenge, spaceships and distant galaxy, etc.
Majestic and slightly dramatic epic Drum'n Bass royalty free track.
This track is ideal for sci-fi film trailers, open universe, timelapse videos, space adventure and video game related contents, travelogue, and more.
This epic, interstellar, thunderous orchestral track builds to a huge, dramatic climax with rousing strings, horns and deep, dark synthesizer moods to add an extra sense of magic and wonder. Great for games, documentaries, space, time and nature projects. Influences of Hans Zimmer. A wondrous, majestic trip though time and space.
INSTRUMENTS: Drums, Guitars, Strings, Brass and Synths.
SIMILAR TO: Hans Zimmer, Thomas Bergersen, Trevor Morris, Steve Jablonsky, Harry Gregson Williams, Two Steps From Hell, James Newton Howard, Brian Tyler, James Horner, John Powell, Michael Giacchino and Harry Gregson Williams.