Cinematic, emotional and elegant track with hopeful mood. The main instruments are piano, cello, viola, violins, staccato strings. Suitable for dramatic storytelling with the heroic/patriotic theme, emotional life stories, heartfelt drama, important moments, etc.
Beautiful, emotional, inspiring and motivating music with orchestral sounds and epic mood. This charming and catchy track will sound great in adventure videos, historical films, cinematic trailers and teasers, movies about superheroes, triumphant videos, showreels, inspirational and motivational projects, epic commercials, presentations, tv, youtube, motion graphics, soundtracks, etc. I hope you like it.
Cinematic, emotional piece, with dramatic yet strong melody. Used piano, strings, epic drums and horns. Recommended for documentary storytelling, cinematic trailer, timelapse videos, emotional life stories, epic scenes in movies, etc.
Inspiration, and uplifting epic orchestral track. Great for scenes of wild nature, outdoor life, free spirit adventures, success story or corporate achievements. Featuring strings, brass section, and huge taiko drums.
Big heroic and pompous hip-hop with an epic and dangerous mood. Could be useful in shooter game overflow or walkthrough, dramatic and cinematic visuals, sports, or any project requires power and energy.
An uplifting, epic, heroic, majestic orchestral track. Powerful, soaring, rousing and glorious, it conveys determination, heroism, optimism and achievement. Great for things like fantasy, Sci fi, adventure, game trailers. Thor meets Superman.
An inspiring, uplifting, powerful epic trailer which uses huge taiko drums, majestic horns, lush strings and a full orchestra with mighty choirs, accompanied by pulsating hybrid synths and beats. Building to an awesome climax, it conveys heroism and cinematic Hollywood drama, Olympic Games. Fantastic for projects that need an inspirational, energetic theme.
SIMILAR COMPOSERS: Hans Zimmer, Thomas Bergersen, Harry Gregson Williams, Two Steps From Hell, Thomas Newman, James Newton Howard, Brian Tyler, James Horner, John Powell, Trevor Morris, Michael Giacchino, and Danny Elfman.