Slower and relatively short, “Canard” is a gentle classical piece consisting of strings, brass, woodwinds, and other orchestral instruments.

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Calm and introspective, “Southbound” is a soft and simple tune without many surprises. Use it when your next project calls for a relaxing sense of chill.

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An ode to sunshine and springtime, “Dandelion Theory” is a bright medley that features harmonizing acoustic guitar riffs. Use this track to breathe more life into your projects.

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Beginning with a simple intro, “Impromptu” launches into a friendly, sunny arrangement of synthesizers, drums, and guitar. Use this song to give your project a unique, slightly quirky sound.

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After a gradual and emotional build up, “The Healer” blooms into a rich, full-bodied arrangement of classical instruments. Use this track to imbue your testimonial videos with a strong sense of opportunity and achievement.

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Built atop a picked acoustic guitar riff, “The Homestead” features banjo, upright bass, hand percussion, and other folky instruments. The earthy song follows a relatively predictable structure, trading a darker progression in the verses for a more uplifting arrangement in the chorus.

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Composed entirely of various synthesizers, “Unlearning” is a sparse, slow-moving tune. Consider using the minimalistic track in your next sci-fi project. (If outer space had a theme song, I think it might sound something like this.)

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Mixing the cheerful timbre of marimba with a melancholy melody, “Optimistic Nihilist” suggests both surrender and opportunity. The song has two main progressions. The second of these introduces an enthusiastic arrangement of harmonica and acoustic guitar.

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With a punchy acoustic guitar riff and syncopated drum beat, “Right-Hand Driver” is a bold, quirky track. The song has two progressions that each repeat once. And the second time around, brass instruments join the mix, transforming the arrangement into a funky, feel-good tune.

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