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342 tracks found with the tag "Sci-fi"

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322 tracks, registered with a PRO
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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.

Hard hitting and dramatic, epic action music. Full orchestra, huge percussion, choir and a majestic, rousing, explosive sound. High drama, warfare, sci-fi or fantasy, etc. Also available in a 'no choir' mix as well as a 'rock mix'.

5.

Arise from Ashes

01:19

Epic and sweeping cinematic track that starts mysteriously and ominously, then builds to glorious crescendo and finally develops into a staccato, hammering, powerful orchestral trailer track. Great material for film trailer, fantasy or sci-fi action, war or conflict, hard hitting sports footage and much more. Live orchestral instruments and live choir singers, combined with clever use of samplers to create a huge sound.

10.

Black Mountain

01:25

This track starts with subtle, mysterious bells before sweeping up to a massive, epic, grand orchestration. Suitable for fantasy, sci-fi, war & conflict, movie trailer, film or game intro scenes, getting ready for battle, etc. This track is recorded with a live philharmonic orchestra.

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Fade To Black

01:26

Dark and dramatic, monolithic and massive, orchestral soundtrack piece. Thumping percussion, choir, brass and string stabs. Also mixed in is an electronic techno beat for added impact. Very climactic, choral chants growing, increasing and reaching the climax at the end. Highly suitable for film trailer, movie trailer, action scene, intro sequence, dramatic footage, war or battle scenes, or even extreme sports.

14.

Wolfpack

01:18

Starting in a pensive and dark mood, this orchestral action trailer cue rises up to a spine-tingling, hair-raising climax. Orchestra and choir combined with samples to create a huge, majestic Hollywood style production. Suitable for movie trailer, action, war or battle footable, unspeakable monsters or an awesome war machine.

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.

18.

Ice Planet

08:29

Mid-tempo, rich and lush ambient electronica with a downtempo electronica beat and a deep bass groove. This is a pretty long track at over 8 minutes featuring varied parts throughout. Somewhat magical, floaty and 'otherworldly'. Could be good for ice caps, space flight, space imagery, underwater footage, flying / traveling, technology and science, visual presentations of many types.

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decyfer

04:22

Funky yet slightly sinister bouncey dance track. synth basses, leads and drum loops. The chorus brings uplifting string and electric piano stabs and lines. Like Kraftwerk jamming with earth wind and fire... if only. Would suit thriller, spy,sci-fi or action projects.

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Silent Dancefloor

02:32

High-tech electro grooves, pumping and sizzling. A moody but upbeat electronica track with distant vocal chants and swirling pads. Great for commercials, product presentation, dance, club scene, confident corporate material, sports footage and much more.

Melodic electro-rock track with elements of Science Fiction soundtrack work, progressive rock and ambient electronica. Guitar leads, epic pads, analogue synth sequences. Among many other features are a long, floating and building intro, and an guitar solo reminescent of Alan Holdsworth or Alex Lifeson (Rush) midway through. A unique track, hard to describe, but perhaps as a more rock-influenced Tangerine Dream or a more powerful Vangelis? We recommend you listen to the entire full length preview.

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322 tracks, registered with a PRO
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