About halfway through, this relatively inconspicuous electronic track turns into what’s probably the closest thing to dub step I’ve ever made — largely thanks to a dirty saw synth wobble. That said, it’s still pretty mild. You can think of “(Many Other Functions)” as a gateway dub step tune: edgy, yet still gentle enough for general audiences.

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A warm collection of classical instruments — including piano, strings, woodwinds, and brass — comprise “Carried by a Winter Wind.” Use this song to elevate your project with an air of delicate optimism.

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A gentle tribute to the expansive calm of winter and wilderness, “Solitude” is a slow and droning ambient tune. The song builds gradually with synthesizer, string harmonics, and guitar swells before closing with a heartfelt, minimalistic arrangement led by piano.

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In “Epoch,” four instruments come together to create a dramatic sense of gravity and tension. The song begins slowly with piano and quickly grows in both body and intensity with the addition of double bass, violin, and trumpet.

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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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Alternating between minor and major chord progressions, “Bombs Away” is simple tune with a compelling beat, a beefy bass line, and an optimistic piano/synth melody.

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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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A moving piano solo, “Clouds Like Mountains” begins with a questioning melody before rolling into a warm, spirit-lifting progression. This track could be the perfect, sprawling accent to a more contemplative scene in your project.

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