With playful percussion, smooth lead guitar, bright piano, and a family-friendly acoustic melody, “There’s Magic in the Air” is jolly enough for a Christmas project (but also generic enough for non-holiday work, too).

Pro tip: On a mobile phone? Song downloads work best on a computer.

Equal parts mischievous and sinister, “Bump in the Night” features strings, brass, flute, and a host of haunting noises to spookify your project.

Pro tip: On a mobile phone? Song downloads work best on a computer.

Rich in sound and spirit, “Morning Miracle” is a glorious arrangement that’s particularly well-suited for Christmas-related projects. Use this cheerful song’s multiple progressions and build-ups to give your audience the gifts of joy and wonder.

Pro tip: On a mobile phone? Song downloads work best on a computer.

Haunting and suspenseful, “Premonition” could serve as the perfectly frightening trailer music for a thriller or horror project. In the short track, a gradual crescendo builds suspense while eerie synthesizers, toy piano, and spooky noises create a sense of lurking danger.

Pro tip: On a mobile phone? Song downloads work best on a computer.

“Season of Cheer” features the trademarks of traditional Christmas music. Piano, upright bass, epic orchestration, acoustic guitar, a 3/4 time signature, and, of course, sleigh bells — this song has it all. Use it to inject your project with a little holiday cheer.

Pro tip: On a mobile phone? Song downloads work best on a computer.

Lift spirits with this holiday-inspired pop track. Acoustic instruments give “Light Up the Night” a warm, organic sound, while sleigh bells add a hint of Christmas joy.

Pro tip: On a mobile phone? Song downloads work best on a computer.

“I’m Coming Home” begins with a jazzy guitar riff and cool organ melody. But then things escalate—distorted guitars, driving bass, punchy drums… Good ol’ rock and roll.

Pro tip: On a mobile phone? Song downloads work best on a computer.