“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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“The Afterglow” is a thrilling cinematic score featuring emotive piano, somber strings, epic percussion, and more. Use this high-energy song to raise the stakes in your next project.

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“Darkest Before Dawn” begins with a slow, lonely mix of acoustic guitar, slide guitar, and harmonica. But then it transforms into a bright, upbeat folk arrangement featuring banjo, hand percussion, drums, and more. Could be useful if you’re trying to juxtapose two scenes with a single song.

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Anchored by a simple lead guitar riff, “The Return” quickly dives into an intense indie rock composition. About halfway through the song, the energy climaxes and then scales back with a slow, single-guitar outro. This track draws from a diverse emotional palette, giving you several different moods and tones to work with.

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Give your project the sound of a Hollywood action blockbuster with “The Final Dawn,” an epic movie trailer track. Battle drums, dark synthesizer, and aggressive swells will fill your viewers with adrenaline and anticipation.

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A satisfyingly dark score, “Another Time and Place” features classic instruments, including piano, strings, and acoustic guitar. The song’s cinematic build-up could add drama and passion to your project.

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Violin and bass establish the foreboding theme of this suspenseful seamless loop, while accompanying piano and electronic percussion add extra dynamism.

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Driving drums, gritty guitars, and oscillating organ from the very start — this indie rock track doesn’t mess around.

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With only crisp guitar, twangy banjo, and simple percussion, “Change” is a bare-bones, backwoodsy, brief tune.

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