Sequenced synthesizer, tambourine, and acoustic guitar give “Runaround” a unique, optimistic sound. The song’s structure consists of a catchy refrain and a slower, simpler bridge.

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After an unassuming intro, “The Dogan” bursts forth with an invigorating arrangement of pronounced drums, acoustic guitar, choir vocals, and various electronic instruments. Use this track to give your project energy with a side of personality.

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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).

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Comprised solely of acoustic instruments, “Prologue” is warm and gentle. First, an intimate fingerpicking pattern pulls you in. Then, a silky cello line carries you away to ride the waves of calm resolve.

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Comprised purely of piano and atmospheric percussion, “What Might Have Been” begins with a slow, introspective arrangement and finishes with a cheerful, energetic composition.

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With a simple xylophone melody as its backbone, this track’s emotional theme seesaws between resignation and hope. Meanwhile, a strong, steady beat and acoustic instruments keep “The Jig Is Up” consistent, yet novel.

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Busy — but not overbearing — “Old Patterns” is a ’90s-era rock tune featuring guitar, organ, bass, and drums. Try using it to energize your next project.

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An unfettered garage rock song, “Finish Line” features fuzzy guitars, pulsating bass, accented drums, and bright piano. The track follows a fairly predictable progression, breaking in the middle for a slightly softer bridge.

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Featuring funky percussion and bubbly guitar riffs, “Relativity” is a fun indie rock song that could add a little pep to your project. Plus, the track’s two versatile arrangements present a number of creative possibilities.

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