An ode to sunshine and springtime, “Dandelion Theory” is a bright medley that features harmonizing acoustic guitar riffs. Use this track to breathe more life into your projects.

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With a punchy acoustic guitar riff and syncopated drum beat, “Right-Hand Driver” is a bold, quirky track. The song has two progressions that each repeat once. And the second time around, brass instruments join the mix, transforming the arrangement into a funky, feel-good tune.

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Driven by an easygoing picking pattern, “Now the Work Begins” offers a joyous, bustling arrangement of acoustic instruments. Use this track to give your project an uplifting vibe.

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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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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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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 honest acoustic guitar melody forms the foundation of “Days Gone By,” a nostalgic, upbeat tune. As the song progresses, other organic instruments — including banjo, accordion, strings, and more — join the mix to create a rich, yet down-to-earth arrangement.

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“The Color Brigade” is a percussive song with a mischievous melody and syncopated rhythm. The seamless loop balances manufactured sounds with more natural ones, such as beatboxing and a brass quartet.

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With a brooding beginning and an exultant ending, “Crucible” is a a little capricious. Acoustic guitar guides the melody, while other folky instruments — including harmonica, tack piano, and hand percussion — round out the song. This track would be well-suited for a transformative scene in your project.

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