Artist: Bob and Barn
59 sounds of dangerous animals/creatures. 44.1 khz WAV files.
A set of 48 WAV files with various automobile foley sounds.
A set of 62 WAV files with various automobile foley sounds, all recorded from inside a 2004 model Peugeot 307. All sounds are stereo, 44.1 khz, WAV.
"In Dublins Fair City" is a traditional Irish pub song that goes by various different names, including "Cockles and Mussels" and "Molly Malone". Telling the story of Molly Malone, this lively and charming Irish track has been sung in many an Irish pub over the decades, even centuries. Featuring accordion, violin, Irish flute (tin whistle / penny whistle), piano and acoustic guitars. Starts rather slowly and then increases the tempo slightly for each new verse - ending up considerably faster than it started. A great, foot stomping, Irish traditional drinking song. Also available is an Underscore version, with all the lead instruments removed (great for singing along). [Trad./Arr: B. Lynne] [Tempo: Slow, Medium, Fast / 68 BPM]
A very different and charming little piece. Nice vocal hook. Skewed off-center, leftfield, different, understated and laidback. Great as a feelgood track for advertising or as an intro / title theme. Available in various versions / instrumentations. [Tempo: Medium / 110 BPM]
A fresh and bright TV theme. Despite the name, this is not limited to use only in a news broadcast, but is also highly suitable for use in commercials, holiday/travel information, weather, corporate use, fun and discovery, and more. [Tempo: Medium, Fast / 120 BPM]
Dramatic, mystic theme in the "Silent Witness" vein. Building tension. A single, crystal clear soprano voice. Great for adventures, mystery, dark drama, etc. There is also an "acapella" version with only the voice, singing latin text. (The latin words are nonsensical and have no real meaning.) Finally the "Theme" version also includes the latin song as well as the orchestral backing, in a shorter version. [Tempo: Medium / 93 BPM]
An authentic and varied Chinese/Oriental track featuring Chinese stringed instruments, taiko drums and soft pads. This track has a lot of variation throughout, as well as several different 'submix' versions which contain separate elements from the main composition -- which means you can get a lot of different cues from this track and it gives you a lot of options during editing. [Tempo: Slow]
This unique and appealing Far Eastern / Oriental piece starts off very exotic with chinese / oriental instruments and then gradually increases it's "funkability" as it goes along. Great for commercial use, travel & adventure, exploration and holiday. [Tempo: Medium / 130 BPM]