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All tracks by Bjorn Lynne

 

760 Tracks


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Funky electronic / house / dance track with a science and technology feel. Nice and solid, determined, forward drive. House / techno beats with varied synth arpeggios and melodics throughout. Good energy level, but not too over-the-top. Good for video games, futuristic / hi-tech racing / driving, sports and workouts, exercise / fitness, any high energy on-screen visual presentations etc.

Fat and funky Deep-house. Plenty of synth arpeggios, forward driving bass line and subtle wah wah guitars. Occasional whispers and sweeps bring atmosphere. Strong sense of movement and drive. Great for skydiving, sports, extreme sports, technology, hi-tech science, development, futuristic corporate statement, flight and space travel, and much more. Also available in an Underscore version which is more cut-down and bare.

A middle eastern, Arabian sounding, epic, highly dramatic piece, featuring eastern chant vocals, large drums and percussion section, strings, choir and other ethnic instruments. After a foreboding, tense opening section, the main percussion and chant part comes in at about 52 seconds into the track.

The Sami, also known as Lapps, are the indegenous people of Northern Scandinavia. Hailing from northern parts of Norway, Sweden, Finland and Russia (the Kola Peninsula), their lives and appearance have a lot in common with Native Americans. Their music is dominated by the unique and easily recognizable Joik (or Yoik) which again lends similarities to the chanting vocal styles of Native American music. It is often accompanied by a simple hand drum beat.

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Espionage

03:12

Cool, slick and slightly retro styled, the sound is inspired by classic TV detective series and spy films, setting the scene for danger, crime, mystery, police, international agents and beautiful ladies. The horns secure the complete image. And it' funky, too!

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Sami Joik

04:34

The Sami, also known as Lapps, are the indegenous people of Northern Scandinavia. Hailing from northern parts of Norway, Sweden, Finland and Russia (the Kola Peninsula), their lives and appearance have a lot in common with Native Americans. Their music is dominated by the unique and easily recognizable Joik (or Yoik) which again lends similarities to the chanting vocal styles of Native American music. It is often accompanied by a simple hand drum beat.

A beautiful and melodic China / Tibetan / Malaysian / Far Eastern Orient instrumental track. Romantic, pretty and evocative, featuring Java gong, Chinese temple flute and various other oriental instruments. Suitable for travel programs, documentaries as well as romance and idyllic imagery etc.

A dark, sneaky, and malevolent sounding underscore for sci-fi, mystery and horror. For the most part dark ambient, but a section with pounding drums that can be edited into place for a more action based bed track. Horrific / Extreme danger / Otherworldly. Also available without the drums and with / without the vocal.

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Butterfly

06:00

Fluttering, ambient and melodic track with understated piano, strings and a free flying spirit. Romantic. For relaxation, yoga, stress reduction, or a tender, caressing musical backdrop for wedding video or romance material.

This is a long track featuring Tablas played in the unique middle eastern "finger" style, along with Sitars, Thai or Indian Reed flute and a suitably arab sounding 'drone' sound. The track goes through several different stages of various intensities and themes.

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African Fields

08:30

african soundtrack piece which goes through many different stages throughout it's duration -- from the floating to the rhythmic, from light to dark, from sparse to dense, from the tribal and percussive to the ethereal with drones. There are many different cues in this piece, all contributing to a highly useable African soundscape.

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Starfield

06:34

Feel-good space rock track somewhere between electronic, rock and progressive music. Fairly mellow and highly melodic, like if you took equal parts Pink Floyd, Tangerine Dream, Vangelis and Mike Oldfield.

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