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Channel Title : Videohelper

Views : 9325

Likes : 162

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Published Date : 2017-04-11T17:15:32.000Z

Intimate but earth-shattering loss. Alternating between slow, delicate harp-like piano passages that communicate the exquisite pain of losing something close to you, like a lover, parent or testicle, and contrasting against sections of swelling orchestral strings, large percussive batteries and atmospheric synth pads that make the loss feel more epic and global in scale. A simple, climbing melody offers a hint of hopefulness, or for those "glass-half-empty" types, a tougher, more martial-sounding drum break @2:12 suggests higher hurdles to overcome. Good for the pain of losing a spouse (or the pain of still having one), memorials, funerals and ecological disasters.
    

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Views : 4851

Likes : 97

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Published Date : 2017-04-11T17:15:11.000Z

Sad but hopeful New Age-ish solo piano piece appropriate for lost pets, fond memories and reminding people that hope is everywhere - along with stupid people, ninjas and people who think cologne is a substitute for personal hygiene. Atmospheric, waterdrop-like piano starts very slow, ambient and serene, but varies in tenor and mood, getting cascading and pretty @2:03 and 2:44. A simple, echoing section @3:20 gives the impression of isolation and loneliness.
    

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Views : 65

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Published Date : 2017-04-11T17:13:50.000Z

Dream-like, reflective AltRock nostalgia transforms into uplifting, anthemic Pop/Rock. Starts with delayed electric guitars, percolating synths, electric bass and wave-like "breathing" brass/guitar swells that create a feeling of isolation, loneliness and stabbing head pain because I ate ice cream too fast. @:36 busy drums and a positive shift mood-wise builds until :54 where the cut becomes fullest and most triumphant, adding tambourines and a soaring electric guitar lead. Good for ultra-slow dissolves, gauzy images and overcoming the odds.
    

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Views : 9989

Likes : 201

DisLikes : 10

Published Date : 2017-04-11T02:10:52.000Z

Have a serious, important and intensely personal decision to make? Like a complex relationship, pulling the plug on a loved one (who might not even be attached to a respirator) or an uncomfortable 64th-term abortion? This slower, waltz-like intricate bed of movement starts as a modern classical stately and dignified canon, with repeating processed cello ostinatos/melody and synth bass/pads that suggest sadness and emotional weight. Acoustic drums and piano enter @:56 giving the cut an Alt/Indie or Post-Rock feel, with a simple distorted baritone sax @2:21, adding to the sense of gravity and loss. Good for PSAs, sad memories, intellectual conflicts and slowly walking off into the sunset.
    

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Views : 913

Likes : 23

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Published Date : 2017-04-11T01:57:00.000Z

Badass entrance music. Sultry, slow, seductive Blues/Soul-tinged, Brass-driven retro-modern Rock/Funk suggests steamy city streets, attitudinal strutting and my own failures to meet women, including never realizing that my local bar ("The Crowded Closet") was, in fact, a gay bar. Electric bass, electric piano, drums, spring-reverbed electric guitar and a R&B Brass section that practically drips coolness and attitude. Various sections, like the introspective-feeling solo piano break @2:06, provide alternate bravado-laden mixes, all starting small and getting more intolerably self-assured and confident, giving me the courage to try again at "Members Only," another bar in my neighborhood. Sounds fancy!
    

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Views : 28

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Published Date : 2017-04-11T01:56:14.000Z

"Listen to this special report or you're gonna die/explode/have a panda toss your salad!" Dramatic, fast, movement-filled delayed acoustic piano, reversed cymbals, and ticking electronic drums are punctuated with huge, reverbed piano-body hits, suggesting that your child IS in danger or your Mom was right about that whole going blind thing. @:32, the cut pauses for a brief retrospective, thoughtful piano interlude, crashing back into fast, driving piano drama @:47. Good for local news investigations, fast cutting and remembering what news promos sounded like in 1994.
    

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Views : 31

Likes : 2

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Published Date : 2017-04-11T16:18:26.000Z

Sadness overcome by the power and mystery of happy memories. Lilting waves of growing tremoloed cellos, delayed bells, harps, pianos and synths accented by growing batteries of acoustic/electronic drums, creating a feeling of sad longing that evolves into a celebration and uplifting, proud life-affirming joy. Good for stories of triumph, fantasy and overcoming adversity. The second half starts smaller and more innocently, getting happier and bigger gradually, getting fullest and most positive @:58.
    

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Views : 440

Likes : 12

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Published Date : 2017-04-11T01:56:16.000Z

Alternating between upbeat, light hearted and slightly sinister, this House-tinged SynthPop cut features fuzzy bass synth, electronic drums and throbbing waves of backward-sounding synths. It's a minimalist rave @:30, until the bright arpeggios from :57-1:10. The beat drops out from 1:11-1:18, after which the melody comes back and everything is cheery again. Evil on the bottom and sugary-sweet on top, like a cute mermaid whose dad was a really ugly fish, like a sea cucumber or Harry Fish, my urologist.
    

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Views : 68

Likes : 2

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Published Date : 2017-04-11T02:10:27.000Z

Positive, uptempo, major-key music that suggests happy memories and upcoming upper deckers by overly-emotional piano-based bands. Comes in three sections: (1) Starts with a driving piano ostinato, electric bass, electric guitar and acoustic drums and builds to an uplifting, movement-filled climax @:29. (2) @:46 the cut stops dead for a quiet, reflective moment featuring a piano and estrogen solo. (3) @1:08 it features an all-out celebratory return to the full mix. Good for road trips, overcoming adversity and year-end retrospectives. (Also: BG)
    

Channel Title : VideoHelper - Topic

Views : 462

Likes : 4

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Published Date : 2017-03-27T18:46:33.000Z

Provided to YouTube by TuneCore Waves of Emotion (Alternate Solo Piano) (feat. Joseph Saba & Stewart Winter) · VideoHelper · Joseph Saba · Stewart Winter Drama Said Knock You Out ℗ 2017 VideoHelper Released on: 2017-03-24 Auto-generated by YouTube.
    

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Views : 868

Likes : 13

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Published Date : 2017-04-11T02:11:20.000Z

Shiny, technology-friendly synth arpeggios contrast against explosive, brutally large orchestral brass/synth blasts, percussion and fast, chugging, electric guitar. Longer breakdowns of the MAIN version's bluster-filled call-to-arms, with various loopable beds that work for sports, dramatic conflicts, image spots and the feeling that a beatdown is either going to be given or received.
    

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Views : 81283

Likes : 208

DisLikes : 110

Published Date : 2017-04-11T17:15:11.000Z

Epic, epically-orchestral epicosity. (OK, can we all please stop using the word epic now?). A giant-sounding orchestral theme places meaty brass chords over swirling, urgent strings, with a huge choir soaring above it all. The CGI army stretches as far as the eye can see, and it's about to charge. If The End of the World meets the Beginning of Time and The Final Showdown for dinner, this is playing during the dessert course. Is great for imparting a cinematic sense of scope and features one of the hugest endings of all-time starting around 1:03.
    

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Views : 155

Likes : 5

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Published Date : 2017-04-11T01:55:27.000Z

Combine hopefulness, quiet courage and faith, and you have a Indie Pop/Cinematic theme song – at least until Hope, et al. ask for seventy revisions and end up using another composer at the last minute. Initially, spare, reverbed mechanical-sounding but pretty piano chords accentuate the feeling of Ambient isolation, but soon a fluid bed of pulsing kalimba and slow, scratching violin notes suggest bittersweet optimism and rebirth until @1:12 when the rhythmic elements practically disappear and the piece gets very small and intimate-feeling, slowly building up to a positive, feel-good, heartwarming triumphant with ostinato electric guitars and “breathing” string pads. Ends on a suspended chord, but includes a final, paste-able root-note @2:51. Good for PSAs, time-lapse of beautiful things growing/evolving, ecology and the sad day when our children grow and leave us, followed by the sadder day when they move back in.
    

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Views : 263

Likes : 10

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Published Date : 2017-04-11T02:10:36.000Z

[BROOKLYN INDIE ROCK MEETS A PEP RALLY] Vocal "ohs" start piece, with a big "I wanna" line in @:26. Processed guitars throughout create an aggressive, but fun, tone. Breaks down completely @1:08, but builds to an almost marching-band like section @1:38. Good for sass, attitude and sassitude.
    

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Views : 4293

Likes : 167

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Published Date : 2017-04-11T16:17:16.000Z

Nothing says "Screw you, I don't care" more than a good ol' Gospel/Blues-tinged spiritual (tied for second place: my therapist, which is the last time I ever get a doctor through Groupon). This attitudinal, confident cut features plaintive male vocals over upright acoustic piano, stomps/claps, tough buzzy synths, electric bass, horn section and tons of drums to suggest an assertive, bravado-filled (and slightly antagonistic) determination that would work for sports teams, boxing matches, "I-told-you-so" celebrations, repeal of the 13th Amendment or just wearing your overconfidence like a fur coat at a PETA convention. Takes a brief vocal-free piano interlude @:32, but builds back up into a massive reiteration of the main theme @1:05.
    

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Views : 243

Likes : 8

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Published Date : 2017-04-11T02:10:26.000Z

Perky, optimistic but also relaxing - like having an all-angel cheering section or being in a dreamy rave. Reverbed wave-like synth chords, electronic kick and synth bass/leads create flowing movement beneath a male/female melody comprised of "heys." @:14 driving drums enter, giving it forward momentum and an optimistic, uplifting feel. A percolating bed of synths @:29 suggests a brief foray into Dance/science/technology before the Alt Rock returns @:44. Good for lightweight motivational stuff and positive futures.
    

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Views : 119

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Published Date : 2017-04-11T01:55:52.000Z

WARNING: Use only in moments of extreme emergency, like if you're having a heart attack in a burning building while an angry rhino is trying to mount you and won't take no for an answer, no matter how many times you've reported him to HR. This breaking-news-ready track is the most dignified conniption fit ever, with propulsive waves of fast strings - millions of 'em! - creating an agitated bed for bell-like synths, insistent electric bass, brass/cymbal swells, electronic kick, timpanis and orchestral hit accents to compliment video edits. @:23 it begins a hit-filled build to climax, then provides a churning, lower-key middle section that builds back to driving urgency. Good for tense stand-offs, fast cutting, anchorperson stampedes or if WWE wrestler, "The Librarian," needs intro music.
    

Channel Title : Videohelper

Views : 377

Likes : 3

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Published Date : 2017-04-11T17:15:24.000Z

Positive/suspenseful mystery. Kind of like pondering the world's wonders or trying to figure out what a stranger's Chinese butt-crack-level tattoo means. From the ticking clock percussion and processed wailing woman's vocals, the cut has a mystic feel, even as batteries of hand- and orchestral percussion enter @:09 followed by waves of synths @:19. @:36 a plaintive electric guitar creates a sense of isolation and vastness, only to build into intense percussive activity @:57. (Also: ALT)
    

Channel Title : Videohelper

Views : 980

Likes : 21

DisLikes : 0

Published Date : 2017-04-11T17:14:38.000Z

Beautiful and haunting woman's vocals grow into a proud, epic choral celebration. A solo woman's voice echoes over delayed cimbalom/electric guitar, string pads, and low synths, creating a questioning, almost lamenting feel, until a pounding build to :17 when a larger-than-life choir and orchestra enter, resulting in a positive, life-affirming wash of emotion. She's back @:31, returning to the neutral-to-mysterious feel - until the choir/orchestra and a battery of percussion returns @:58, letting us know that all will be well. Good for beating the odds, sports/Olympics, and re-affirming life. (Also: BG)
    

Channel Title : Videohelper

Views : 24035

Likes : 985

DisLikes : 2

Published Date : 2017-04-11T16:17:18.000Z

Powerful, attitude-laden paean to overconfidence, dominance and just broadcasting a general sense of "don't-screw-with-me." Various mixouts of the Blues/Gospel spiritual-oriented original with drums, piano, horns, synths and stomp/clapping, with both vocal and non-vocal sections. Great for dramatic sports rivalries, foreshadowing a change or just suggesting an unstoppable army of angry Gospel musicians is coming to kick your ass.
    

Channel Title : Videohelper

Views : 158

Likes : 1

DisLikes : 0

Published Date : 2017-04-11T16:18:20.000Z

Celebrate your megalomania! Larger-than-life majestic brass fanfare features flurries of strings, pounding orchestral percussion and drums that suggest that you've won the Olympics or at least have had Nielson ratings higher than Teddy Kennedy's BAC. Starting with a triumphant climbing brass motif, the cut explodes into a forward-moving four-on-the-floor kick @:08 and driving drums @:20 that build to a climax @:29. The second half features a different, more subdued brass melody that eventually returns to the leg-humping excitement @:52 with drums and hits galore. Great for sports, image spots and saying "we love us." (Also: BG)
    

Channel Title : Videohelper

Views : 916

Likes : 15

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Published Date : 2017-04-11T17:15:23.000Z

The smallest version of all is still pretty damn big. Has much of the hugeness and action of the main version, but without those blaring horns, mouthbreathing choir folks or distorted guitar-y sounds.
    

Channel Title : Praxislabor Medien

Views : 25

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Published Date : 2016-07-19T15:25:53.000Z

    

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Views : 1526

Likes : 17

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Published Date : 2017-04-11T17:14:40.000Z

Futuristic, important-sounding, foreboding, and slightly full of itself, as it's rebuffed many of my amorous advances. Two linear builds (at top and @:48) that start small, sterile and mathematical then grow into large, tonally-climbing, proud orchestral remix-like celebrations of triumph over adversity. Starting with percolating synths, low piano and a woman's vocal pad, this cut gets bigger and more propulsive with rhythmic waves of strings, low brass and drums, all growing more intense. A mix of artificial/informational and organic drama that's good for image spots and overcoming the odds.
    

Channel Title : Videohelper

Views : 673

Likes : 23

DisLikes : 0

Published Date : 2017-04-11T01:55:43.000Z

Street-smart technological bombast. Strutting, lumbering, defiant Hip Hop that uses simple drum machines, low piano, synths and a melodic synthetic synth sample that suggests the passage of time or impending psychological violence, like a beatdown at Call of Duty, being violated at Words With Friends, or being caught playing Magic: The Gathering. Pauses for a drum-only break @:49, returning to the vocal sample @1:01. Simple, tense tech-savvy toughness, good for intense competition, broadcasting egotistical bluster or suggesting growth/evolution.
    

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Views : 198

Likes : 6

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Published Date : 2017-04-11T17:14:12.000Z

Challenge someone to a drag race? Chased by spies? Adam West doing the Batman dance again? Tarantino-esque 60s Surf Rock that suggests the fun and excitement of competition, the thrill of extreme sports, espionage and the danger of going to the beach and being exposed to the sun's Chernobyl-like UV rays. Dick Dale-esque electric guitar (check out the Bond-like guitar-only break @:56). electric bass, drums and orchestral snippets of Rossini's "Barber of Seville" create a purposely retro, but attitudinal + testicular salute to surfing, skateboarding or any sunny fun.
    

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Views : 863

Likes : 11

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Published Date : 2017-04-11T01:56:54.000Z

The Spy Who Ate Me. Spy/Action music with a wink for overweight agents, unsubtle assassinations and ejector seat mishaps. Aggessive Heavy Rock guitars start the cut with stabs growing and building in intensity until :14 when we add drums and orchestral bombast, with a hit-filled crescendo of action and exhausted brass players. The second half settles into a bed of mild espionage-like activity with revolving string pads and a four-on-the-floor kick that grows into an overwhelmingly large, tonally climbing orchestral build @1:02.
    

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Views : 162

Likes : 2

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Published Date : 2017-04-11T01:56:02.000Z

Majestic, lyrical tension-becomes-exhilaration. Proud, inspirational mid-tempo orchestral piece that features stadium-like crowd-based percussive hits, swelling strings, batteries of drums/percussion (in @:13), processed low brass and, for some odd reason, accordion. Great for underdog-like stories of overcoming conflict, triumphant victories and positive Olympic memories. Beds out @:30 into a pulsing, expectant, smaller/more intimate-feeling bed of suspense that explodes back into the main theme/mix @:56. Good for image spots and suggesting cooperation on a global scale.
    

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Views : 1990

Likes : 43

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Published Date : 2017-04-11T17:14:22.000Z

A Manson Family Christmas! Dark, creepy vocal version of Jingle Bells that will have you wondering "are those really the second and third verses?" Metallic synth swells, glassy sound design and arresting percussive hits accompany a low, threatening male voice singing/talking the words along with vocoded background vocals. Gets more threatening and intense throughout, especially during the last chorus @1:20 with the drums and synths suggesting horror, bad Christmas memories and sleigh-related fatalities.
    

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Views : 5662

Likes : 183

DisLikes : 5

Published Date : 2017-04-11T16:17:14.000Z

Need to suggest toughness and attitude without making your music provider work too hard? Bare bones, unyielding and a rotten conversationalist, this mid-tempo Rock track is built around a persistent stamping/thumping drum beat, a distorted bass lead and tuned/sampled crowd sounds that give the impression of a riot or the least organized choir ever. Filled with breaks and dramatic pauses, this cut is good for sports, urban grit, making an entrance or being rapped over by the famous obstetric trio "Run D&C".
    

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Views : 95

Likes : 5

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Published Date : 2017-04-11T02:11:13.000Z

Softspoken, Indie Rock/Alt Folk feel-good cut uses mostly acoustic instrumentation and catchy vocal hook to suggest road trips, fun family vacations, romantic joy, being carefree and enjoying the beauty that nature has to offer, except some parts of New Jersey, where it looks like nature just gave the fuck up. Starts with optimistic, mid-tempo, intimate organic-feeling acoustic/electric guitars, acoustic kick drum and electric bass that are augmented by a playful male vocal @:20. (Note: the vocal is playful. The guy singing is a sandwich thief.) @:41 the cut gets a bit more propulsive with drums and a more determined feel, getting biggest @1:40, feeling celebratory and triumphant, but on a personal level.
    

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Views : 97

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Published Date : 2017-04-11T01:56:05.000Z

After a series of short percussive/distorted electric guitar episodes against processed brass swells/sound design, the cut explodes into pounding, straightforward acoustic drum/string/brass/electric guitar-driven orchestral brashness @:14, with the percussive episodes continuing throughout. The second half builds more gradually into the orchestral section, getting fullest @:47, but stays slightly smaller, having removed the brass and adding reversed piano - overall, more background-friendly than the first half's orchestral section. Good for communicating a sense of purpose and determination. (Also: BG)
    

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Views : 442

Likes : 10

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Published Date : 2017-04-11T01:55:37.000Z

Something angry is coming. Slowly. Threatening, dark and panic-inducing, with slow waves of brassy synths and pounding percussion, orchestral string hits and acoustic drums suggest impending death, being invaded by opposing armies or just the nightmarish realization that your manatee-like dentist might have taken liberties with you while you were under anesthesia. Driving, more aggressive drums @:23 suggest marching and highly organized threats. Good for investigations, military conflicts and being overrun.
    

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Views : 308

Likes : 7

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Published Date : 2017-04-11T01:55:26.000Z

Imagine leather-clad cheerleaders: tough, tattooed and laced with chlamydia but surprisingly peppy. Simple, delayed attitudinal women's vocals ("Ay" and "whoa") start us off, along with electronic drums, stamping, clapping and processed percussion, suggesting a half-happy/half-dangerous feel, like a dimly-lit steam-covered street from a Ridley Scott movie or 80s video. @:09, pulsing synths, driving electric bass and simple electric guitar lead suggest Reggaeton, 80s New Wave and a desperate need for lyricists. Good for street sports, urban landscapes, challenging others to "stomp the yard" and strutting, except if you're an emu, who strut regardless of having chlamydia or not.
    

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Views : 362

Likes : 4

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Published Date : 2017-04-11T17:15:13.000Z

This laid-back and attitudinal Ambient/Indie Rock track features a male vocal (in @:24) with lyrics about liking someone - but without wanting to fall in love. Reversed samples, Hip-Hop drum machines, claps and sine-wave synth bass suggest toughness and heartbreak. The addition of a cello @2:14 compounds the feeling of heartbreak. Good for looking back at failed relationships, romantic angst and loneliness. LYRICS: I was five footsteps from the door where she works And now I'm headed home I sat here enough and I just had a feeling. Oh I'd like to take her out, maybe go... who fucking knows? If you and I could share the missing note. Without falling in love. If you'd never be scared of speaking up around the ones you like. If they're falling in love If you'd never be scared of speaking up around the ones you're like.
    

Channel Title : Videohelper

Views : 651

Likes : 11

DisLikes : 1

Published Date : 2017-04-11T02:10:41.000Z

What growing panic sounds like. Suspenseful and fast, this cut features large groups of hand/metallic/frame percussion, stuttering Gothic-ish choirs, and tonally rising pads of machine-like synth pads - all suggesting that the world is ending, you're being chased by speech-impaired gangs, war is imminent or death has texted you with "where u at?" Basically, various permutations of percussive beds that build in tenor, size, pitch or all of the above.
    

Channel Title : Videohelper

Views : 1604

Likes : 15

DisLikes : 0

Published Date : 2017-04-11T17:15:09.000Z

Need to suggest the passage of time? Alternating between long periods of atmospheric mystery, featuring delayed synths, tentative electric guitars and a woman's breathy vocals, and periods of straightforward, neutral-to-positive industrious beds of delayed synths and guitar, suggesting growth, evolution or light information. Gets biggest and ultra-uplifting @1:49 with rising strings, brass and percussion. Good for explainer videos, espionage, technology and mild suspense, like watching someone do a complex math problem. Boy, that sounds fun.
    

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Views : 120

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Published Date : 2017-04-11T02:10:56.000Z

Unleashing your army of undead on the world? WAY over-the-top, suspenseful orchestral cut with cinematic waves of huge brass, swelling/ostinato strings, pounding drums and delayed "ticking" wooden percussion that suggest a hernia is imminent. A climbing/driving feel starts @:07 and grows bigger, more suspenseful and apocalyptic - especially @:30 when pulsing electric guitars and metal noise pads and blasts of Gothic choir announce catastrophe and death. Takes a positive almost heroic turn mood-wise @:46 as your evil army wins the Olympics.
    

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Views : 139

Likes : 3

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Published Date : 2017-04-11T17:13:50.000Z

Remembering happy, but hazy memories? Scoring reversed footage? Making a presentation to the National Dyslexia Society (the DNA)? This Ambient/Indie Rock track features a shifting, unrelenting bed of reversed piano/string/wind samples accented by vocal samples (@:12 and throughout), windchime-like melody, sine wave synth bass and a slow, measured Hip Hop-like drum machine pattern (starting @:24) that gives it a hint of toughness and edge. A break @1:29 provides a moment of atmospheric introspection, returning layer by layer to the full mix @2:01, but made more heartbreaking and emotional by adding a chamber string-driven melody and tentative drip-like bells. Good for missing someone, nostalgia, any time-shifted video or time passing.
    

Channel Title : lady2thaG733

Views : 21

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Published Date : 2014-04-02T05:08:11.000Z

    

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Views : 296

Likes : 4

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Published Date : 2017-04-11T16:17:14.000Z

Guitar-driven aural violence that suggests a giant, evil version of that electronic game "Simon." Hyped acoustic drum loops, electric bass, synth leads/pads, radio feedback and a variety of electric guitars scratched, hit, scraped, violated, rubbed - and sometimes even played - all to create a hyperkinetic assault that implies technological disaster, NASCAR or that the Blind Olympics now includes the "land luge." Starting with tense, pulsing, tremoloed electric guitar/synths and building drums, the full mix kicks in @:09 and doesn't let up until :29, when it gets small until the full mix returns @:50.
    

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Views : 50

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Published Date : 2017-04-11T02:10:36.000Z

"And here's where the psychotic clown murdered your family." Tense, mysterious and eerie cut that uses an atonal bell melody over sporadic waves of swelling synths/brass, stretched metal sounds, atmospheric vocals, sparse wooden percussion and chirping electronics. The cut switches from slow, spare, haunted atmospherics to faster, heavier percussive sections throughout. The quiet parts are the worst, though. You just know there's going to be a creepy-looking doll.
    

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Views : 174

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Published Date : 2017-04-11T17:14:20.000Z

Same inspirational/elegiac piece as original, but without vocals.
    

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Views : 105

Likes : 4

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Published Date : 2017-04-11T17:14:41.000Z

The thinking person's fighting music. Plotting the perfect crime? Executing a zwischenzug? Pretending you know what zwischenzug means? This steady, midtempo, mechanical beats-meet-strings piece is great for establishing that there definitely will be war, but it will be incredibly polite. Processed chamber strings and distorted guitars mingle in different combinations with dance beats for a disarmingly potent combat cocktail. @:53 guitar and kick drum-only section provides a great alternate intro or space for bites - literally, if used for promoting Mike Tyson bouts. Works for global geo-politics, plain old regular politics, sports, investigations, espionage, news, and warfare (both cyber- and the bullet-y kind).
    

Channel Title : Videohelper

Views : 109

Likes : 1

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Published Date : 2017-04-11T02:10:27.000Z

Dark technological/psychological tension that escalates into slow-motion violence faster than a whale family Thanksgiving. A bed of slow heavily filtered guitars and electronic drums over ambient piano sounds and a pulsing synth rhythm explodes @:16 into a wave of drum-driven drama. After :30, a bleak, suspenseful bed of synth pulsing and back-tooth rattling low brass atmospherics explodes back into the drama @1:02. This is music for the middle of the night, when you find yourself making explosives, having illicit sex or crying. Maybe all three.

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