Composed entirely of various synthesizers, “Unlearning” is a sparse, slow-moving tune. Consider using the minimalistic track in your next sci-fi project. (If outer space had a theme song, I think it might sound something like this.)

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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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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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With only a couple of guitars, cello, and piano, “The Waypost” is an exercise in restraint. Still, cavernous reverb and delay give the song a massive, ambient sound.

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“Tidal” is a slow jam with all the ambient goodies — drones, swells, washes, shimmer, and more. The first half of the song is simple, gradual, and features few instruments. (It could make a great background track, allowing you to establish a scene’s mood without distracting the audience.) The second half introduces beats and synthesizer, energizing the song and giving it a more electronic feel.

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With fingerpicked acoustic guitar, piano, accordion, and other instruments, “Whale in the Desert” is at once both calming and uplifting. Following a traditional verse-chorus-verse-chorus structure, the seamless loop offers varying degrees of momentum and intricacy.

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Ethereal and hypnotic, “Logic and Reason” features shimmering acoustic guitar harmonies and distant, haunting vocals. This track is a seamless loop.

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Primarily carried by acoustic guitar and djembe, “Holding to Our Agreement” is a simple, slower tune that could add just the right amount of emotion to your project.

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A tranquil tune, “Crane” begins with the echo of piano chords. Then an electronic beat, synth, four-string quartet (bass, cello, viola, and violin) and acoustic guitar gradually join in as the song builds.

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