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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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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“So Long” fuses the cool, precise timbre of electronic instruments with the warm, flawed twang of banjo. Beginning with a wistful electric organ melody, the song climbs, breaks for a simple bridge, and then finishes with a full, textured arrangement.

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Reminiscent of arcades and 8-bit video games, “The Quest” is an elaborate chiptune track with adventurous synth arpeggios, classic drum machine, and more. Use this song to give your project a retro, nostalgic sound.

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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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Beginning with an urban beat, this track swiftly shifts directions. An eccentric mix of exotic instruments unfolds, calling to mind the colorful energy of a crowded marketplace while maintaining a groove-worthy undercurrent. Elevate your project with the celebratory and impish spirit of “Ringtail.”

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Bright, bitcrushed, and — let’s be honest — a little bizarre, “Handy” begins with a vintage drum machine, a mellotron choir, and a funky vocal sample I stumbled upon. The song’s build is slow and steady, culminating with the addition of acoustic guitar and sub-bass. Use this track to give your project an ironic or comedic sound. (Or just to make your audience wonder, “What is she saying?”)

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An immersive ebb of ambient guitar and synthesizer, “Chart a Course” is in no hurry. Use this song’s sweeping swells and cavernous echoes to give your project a peaceful, yet majestic sound.

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