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Pizzicato cellos tip toe through a veil of shimmering strings and mystical, elfin-like flute lines in this engaging mid tempo orchestral interlude. Perfect for underscoring narratives or commercials, the track draws a metaphor between a dark forest and life's winding journey. The track is divided into interchangeable segments with 1 bar gaps so that it can be easily edited to suit durations. Both witty and dark in equal measures, the track is similar in style and instrumentation to An Unfortunate Incident.

A delightfully kitsch mid-60's parody with brash horn stabs, Latino rhythms and a flirty, infectious lead line. Evokes the sauciness of the swinging sixties with its bright & bouncy easy listening style. Available with and without the "Sambatastico!" vocal line. Well matched with the Michael Stephen Decker track 'Big Cheese'.

A sweaty vocal dance track with high energy house rhythms, bass & drums. Perfect for athletic fitness, Aerobic and Zumba routines. Filled with catchy hooks and uplifting Latino chants. Similar in style to the tracks Roll The Dice and Step Up.

A tough, uncompromising, state-of-the-art soundtrack. Its driving, futuristic sounds & orchestral pay off would suit Olympic sized sporting events, epic visuals, contemporary gaming, modern war themes, movie trailers & films. Stark instrumentation leaves room for narrative, epic sound design or added SFX.

Secrets, spies, and shady intrigue. This playful & humorous Inspector Gadget like orchestral piece creates an air of mischievous fun. Suitable for reality style programming or cartoon like detective games involving conspiracy, concealment or masquerade.

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Mountain Lake

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Lyrical recorder & cello in a Clannad and Enya tinged piece. The track starts off with a soft Celtic music theme. After about 1 min 15 seconds it changes pace into a jolly forest dance, and then returns to the longing opening theme, before closing with Enya-like voice textures.

A delightfully kitsch mid-60's parody with brash horn stabs, Latino rhythms and a flirty, infectious lead line. Evokes the sauciness of the swinging sixties with its bright & bouncy easy listening style. Available with and without the "Sambatastico!" vocal line. Well matched with the Michael Stephen Decker track 'Big Cheese'.

A soundtrack that builds from deep anticipation into filtered drums, scattered instrumentation and an uneasy, thrilling sensation of discovery. Top & tailed with twisted, eerie strings giving a climactic feeling of  fear & forbodding. similar in style to US & Scandanavian TV crime drama scores or science & technology documentaries.

Evoking memories of past loves and a sense of "life's long journey", this fairytale flute aria has a crisp melancholic melody that dances through a bed of glistening glokenspiel & rich, lavish strings. An alternative 'heartbeat' version offers a subtle 120 bpm pulsing rhythm.

Evoking memories of past loves and a sense of "life's long journey", this fairytale flute aria has a crisp melancholic melody that dances through a bed of glistening glokenspiel & rich, lavish strings. An alternative 'heartbeat' version offers a subtle 120 bpm pulsing rhythm.

A bouncy whacked out tune with a retro gaming feel and all the charm of a 1980’s synthesizer demo! Complete with cheerful drums & cheapo plastic instruments, this bubbly melody would suit cartoon graphics, micro games, commercials or quirky off beat comedy videos. Similar in style to the Michael Stephen Decker tracks Wacko Town, Big Cheese & Sambatastico.

A very slick and powerful "Breaking News" theme, highly suitable for television news broadcast, network news, online news media, current affairs, business report, latest update of information. The track goes through various different stages, and with a bit of cutting and editing you can make this track work for several different sections of your broadcast.

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