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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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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With electric piano, manufactured percussion, warm cello, and arpeggiated synthesizer, “The Quiet Restoration” is a chilled out, introspective tune that both relaxes and uplifts. The song’s strong rhythm is ideal for quick, beat-synced cuts.

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A moving piano solo, “Clouds Like Mountains” begins with a questioning melody before rolling into a warm, spirit-lifting progression. This track could be the perfect, sprawling accent to a more contemplative scene in your project.

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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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Fitting for projects in the sci-fi genre, “Echoes in the Ether” is a futuristic-sounding jam that builds gradually with saturated synthesizers and bit-crushed percussion.

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“Under Cover of Night” is a sultry, satisfying jazz number. Driven by moody double bass, the song grows to stimulating heights with strings, accented drums, and acoustic guitar.

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A simple song comprised only of acoustic guitar and melodeon, “The Fading Light” drifts gently with a modest fingerpicking pattern. Try using this track to suggest closure or finality in your project.

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