Check out these compositions…hand picked to create a unique sound palette for any scene that features weather related content or for your live weather broadcasts! Affordable and all rights cleared…simplified licensing allows you to integrate music quickly into your production!
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A reflective piece with strong emotional flow. Conjurs up visions of walking down a deserted beach, driving through the country, or sitting on a mountain as the autumn leaves fall and the sun rises or sets!
Melancholy guitar jam with shades of Jimi Hendrix, Stevie Ray Vaughan, and Lynyrd Skynyrd. Evokes the feeling of having to leave someone you care deeply for. Would be great for breakup scenes, funeral scenes, or any scenes involving a taxing moral dilemma.
With the use of piano, synths, and percussion, this song emits the feeling of rising through a high rise complex, then coming out and greeting everyone that come along for the ride or whoever is on the floor when you get off your ride. Light, airy, relaxed - makes this a good fit for commercials and children's shows.
A very full sounding and fun instrumental with groovy bass, explorative chord progressions, syncopated drums, percussive chants, and plenty of fun synthesizers! Makes you feel like everything is okay and life is good!
'Homecoming' celebrates the timeless customs of the Appalachian people, their music, and their culture as they made their way in the 'new world'. Engaging, authentic musical themes use mandolins, fiddles, guitars, and old-fashioned knee-slapping percussion to portray a loving, gentle, yet rousing vision of folks from way back-up-yonder and the fierce pride they have in 'what they got'
A gentle guitar ballad that conjures up feelings of reflection and contentment. Good for a scene where a character is embracing a bright future, looking into their past, or walking next to a babbling brook as they experience natures beauty and solitude.
Mellow finger-style guitar treatment, gives the impression of someone travelling in the country. Gives off the feeling of someone going away from home for a long time. Good for open road cross country driving scenes.
Uplifting, cinematic pop rock which suggests hope and victory are close at hand! Repeating piano ostinato over a huge wash of big synths, which gives way in the chorus to a heroic melody played by two trumpets,all supported by a gritty rock guitar.
An emotive acoustic guitar ornamented with dramatic keyboards creates a versatile soundbed that could soundtrack the next phase in life. Perhaps finding a new love or letting go of a lost one? A bittersweet soundbed appropriate for many types of scenes.
Dramatic piano and strings introduce this piece which leads into spanish guitar and a latin drum groove. Somber but sexy, this could back a scene involving a dance off, or any scene of characters one-upping each other.
Creating a feeling, like it's the calm before or after the storm, this piece could be used to show a great time between friends coming to a close, the aftermath of a dramatic plot twist, or a high energy gathering, like a wedding reception!
Airy, uplifting theme with a "Champagne Supernova" (Oasis) feel. Good for documentaries, emotional "crossroads of life", scenes involving travel, or commercials/cues for airline, train, cruise, or travel agencies.
An electronic groove with a walking bass introduce this Satriani-esque guitar jam. As the song progresses, the tension grows beyond containment. Could be the soundtrack for cruising around, a wild night out on the town, or a simple crime gone suddenly awry.