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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Comprised of classical instruments, “Rising Triumph” begins with dark and moody orchestration. About halfway through, the arrangement brightens before ramping up to a legendary conclusion.

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After a tranquil, medieval-esque intro, “If I Don’t Return” morphs into an epic classical piece with strings, brass, woodwinds, and battle drums. The song grows to exciting heights, but ultimately reduces back down to a harp-led lullaby.

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“The Forbidden Forest” offers epic orchestral instrumentation — including woodwinds, brass, strings, choir vocals, and percussion — with sinister undertones. Use it to give your project a magical, mysterious sound.

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Like a storm cloud, “Illumination” bursts forth with classical piano arpeggios backed by suspenseful orchestration and ominous percussion. Use this song to give your project a sense of cinematic grandeur with a side of impending doom.

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“Yonder” is a short, but grand, cinematic score centered around string arpeggios. In this heroic arrangement, classical instruments build to inspire a spirit of adventure and exploration.

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“Meant for More” is an aspirational, cinematic score. With a gradual, moving buildup of piano, strings, horns, orchestral drums, and more, it will give your project a larger-than-life sound.

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A slow rocker, “Change of Pace” consists of shimmering harmonics, resounding guitars, no nonsense drums, oscillating organ, and beefy bass. The solemn song starts simply before erupting into a powerful arrangement dripping with effects.

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Ominous and foreboding, “Upside Down” would serve well as the suspenseful trailer music of a horror or thriller film. This eerie but epic track builds gradually with battle drums, sci-fi synthesizer, metallic clangs and screeches, dissonant strings, and more otherworldly sounds.

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