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Pat 1/17

418 tracks found with the tag "Pat"

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137 tracks, not registered with a PRO
281 tracks, registered with a PRO
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1.

Helios

02:03

An epic, grand sounding track with a slight Greek, Oriental, Eastern or "Ancient World" feel. Ethnic, exotic, and dangerous. The first 45 seconds or so are rather pensive, before it builds up into a grand, sweeping, majestic and exciting piece. Good for dramatic trailers, dramatic scenes, grand, wide open spaces of Arabia, Egypt or ancient Greek etc. Picture ancient warriors on the warpath, or a dangerous situation building...

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.

4.

Ways

04:58

The moment before, here tension is created in a different way, without pathos but very impressive, nevertheless sophisticated clear, hitting the point, useful for everything that deserves a good announcement. Soft arrpegiating analog synths with a steady pulse. Followed by atmospheric string layers with a hypnotic intention. It sounds all very visual and mysterious.

9.

The lost hours

06:15

A deeply emotive ands dynamic track. Begins with soft guitar and piano then the chorus explodes into life. Begins to hypnotize you until the final chorus when a soaring lead guitar comes in. Think Coldplay meets Ben Folds with a hint of Snow Patrol. contains piano, guitars, harp, strings, bass and drums.

An epic, grand sounding track with a slight Greek, Oriental, Eastern or "Ancient World" feel. Ethnic, exotic, and dangerous. The first 45 seconds or so are rather pensive, before it builds up into a grand, sweeping, majestic and exciting piece. Good for dramatic trailers, dramatic scenes, grand, wide open spaces of Arabia, Egypt or ancient Greek etc. Picture ancient warriors on the warpath, or a dangerous situation building...

A very warm and appealing track. Hard to pin down, with elements of ambient, pop, new-age and urban. Repeating patterns of guitar and electric piano create a dreamlike, textured sonic image. Great for use with visual media, carries a lot of emotion and reflection. A sort of kaleidoscope of sound and music. Thoughtful, unique and interesting. This track is available in many different versions, with or without the high guitar notes, and with or without the drums.

20.

A Brand New Model

02:34

A slowly growing, expanding track that starts off with a suggestive pulse and slowly swells into a crescendo. Vast sonic textures combining orchestral string section with mysterious piano patterns and subtle electronic rhythmic pulses. This track blends a dark undertow with vast, open, bright vistas. It carries a sense of amazement, discovery, mystery and revelation, which should go well with film, story/drama, commercials, investigation / forensics and more.

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Angkor Rainy

05:17

A trip to the south-east of Asia, in Thailand or Cambodia expecially in Angkor Wat Temple. Praying the Buddha. Monk, religious, chakra, Karma. Mysterious, ethnic, spatial and suspense. A bit hypnotic flute. In this track you go inside to the soul of Asia.

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.

137 tracks, not registered with a PRO
281 tracks, registered with a PRO
 1             >] of 17

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