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Artist: Jason Livesay

Found 74 tracks

An intensely suspenseful mystery cue underscoring anything from a deceitful murder to a mass epidemic. Orchestral with creepy piano, in the vein of James Newton Howard's scores for M. Night Shyamalan films (The Village, Signs, The Happening). [Tempo: Slow, Medium / 90 BPM]

A very hip and contemporary underscore piece with urban and pop characteristics. Perfect for montages or scenes that need a little edgy mystery with an inner-city vibe. Drums, electric, bass, electronic instruments, guitars, and piano. [Tempo: Medium / 86 BPM]

A fun comedy cue with a lot of character underscoring any of the daily idiocies we all face every day. Great for introducing new scenes and locations that need a silly and "not-so-serious" character. Piano, pizzicato strings, dobro, mandolin, and percussion. [Tempo: Medium / 90 BPM]

An epic and magical orchestral cue with a sense of supernatural phenomenon and a Middle-Eastern flavor, underscoring anything from an intense journey to a miracle of God. Perfect for Bible-period films and epic fantasy films. [Tempo: Slow, Medium]

A steady comedy/drama cue underscoring a delicate scheme and a secret plan. Great for several mildly suspenseful scenes with an element of fun and mystery. [Tempo: Slow, Medium / 99 BPM]

A subtle comedy cue underscoring anything from a sneaky plan to a silly hideout. Sneaking around, scheming, hiding, playing spy. Pizzicato strings, clarinet, flute, and piano. [Tempo: Slow, Medium / 98 BPM]

"Constructing the Machine". A pulsing and building orchestral thriller montage cue underscoring anything from working mathematical formulas to constructing a time machine. Rhythmic percussion, brass, strings, ambient fx, electronic instruments. [Tempo: Medium / 128 BPM]

A fun and mysterious comedy cue underscoring anything from sneaking around, scheming, hiding, tip-toeing, to investigating a haunting. Light orchestral with pizzicato strings, piano, flute, clarinet. [Tempo: Slow / 71 BPM]

A comedic and funny cue underscoring a multitude of hilarious predicaments from a bad date to a bad first impression to bad practical joke. Also, sneaking and scheming. Pizzicato strings, piano, humor, vibraphone, clarinet, and percussion. [Tempo: Slow / 105 BPM]

An intensely suspenseful mystery cue underscoring anything from a deceitful murder to a mass epidemic. Orchestral with piano, in the vein of James Newton Howard's scores for M. Night Shyamalan films (The Village, Signs, The Happening). [Tempo: Slow / 70 BPM]

A fun new take on the Auld Lang Syne. Trad./Arr. J Livesay [Tempo: Medium, Fast / 111 BPM]

A very dramatic and grippingly emotional epic composition with orchestral, choral, and world instruments with middle-eastern colors. This piece starts with a very mysterious and vast introduction before a rise to a driving and almost tragic emotional climax. Perfect for trailers. [Tempo: Very fast / 120 BPM]

A dramatic Hollywood action thriller style remix of the famous Christmas classic. (Trad./Arr: Jason Livesay) [Tempo: Fast / 146 BPM]

A fun and feel-good rock theme great for transitions and introducing new scenes. Electric guitars, drums, and bass. [Tempo: Fast / 130 BPM]

A short, fun and jazzy piece of music great for transitions or introducing a comedic scene or character with night life energy. Jazz guitar, acoustic bass, and drums. [Tempo: Fast / 156 BPM]

An intensely suspenseful mystery cue underscoring anything from a deceitful murder to a mass epidemic. Orchestral with piano, in the vein of James Newton Howard's scores for M. Night Shyamalan films (The Village, Signs, The Happening). [Tempo: Slow / 77 BPM]

Crime or action drama theme. A staccato, pulsating bass provides a sense of nervous urgency, while piano, strings and percussion play variations over a dramatic, pensive theme. [Tempo: Medium / 140 BPM]

A building and driving orchestral cue with an ambitious sense of urgency and sweeping fantasy, underscoring anything from an intense adventure to a suspenseful chase. The slight middle-eastern flavor makes this cue perfect for period epics. [Tempo: Medium / 72 BPM]

An intense epic action cue that starts mysterious and builds to full out action with driving percussion rhythms, orchestral energy, and big drums, underscoring anything from a fast car chase to a battle between man and machine. Very much in the vein of John Powell's "Bourne" movies and the scores of Hanz Zimmer and Steve Jablonsky ("Batman Begins" and "Transformers"). [Tempo: Fast / 138 BPM]

An intensely suspenseful mystery cue underscoring anything from a deceitful murder to a mass epidemic. Orchestral with piano and hear beat pulse, in the vein of James Newton Howard's horror scores for M. Night Shyamalan films (The Village, Signs, The Happening). [Tempo: Medium / 100 BPM]

An intense action cue with driving percussion rhythms, orchestral energy, and big drums, underscoring anything from a fast car chase to a battle between man and machine. Very much in the vein of John Powell's "Bourne" movies and the scores of Hanz Zimmer and Steve Jablonsky ("Batman Begins" and "Transformers"). [Tempo: Fast / 80 BPM]

An epic romantic theme with full symphony orchestra and solo violin, underscoring anything from a King's secret love affair to a bittersweet farewell in ancient Rome. The authentic ancient feel makes this cue perfect for period and Bible films. [Tempo: Very slow]

An intense epic action cue with driving percussion rhythms, orchestral energy, and big drums, underscoring anything from a fast car chase to a battle between man and machine. Very much in the vein of John Powell's "Bourne" movies and the scores of Hanz Zimmer and Steve Jablonsky ("Batman Begins" and "Transformers"). [Tempo: Medium / 75 BPM]

An intense epic action cue with driving percussion rhythms, orchestral energy, and big drums, underscoring anything from a fast car chase to a battle between man and machine, with a riveting climax. Very much in the vein of John Powell's "Bourne" movies and the scores of Hanz Zimmer and Steve Jablonsky ("Batman Begins" and "Transformers"). [Tempo: Fast / 155 BPM]

An intense epic action cue with driving percussion rhythms, orchestral energy, and big drums, underscoring anything from a reckless helicopter chase to a battle between man and machine. Very much in the vein of Danny Elfman's action scores and the scores of Hanz Zimmer and Steve Jablonsky ("Batman Begins" and "Transformers"). [Tempo: Fast / 155 BPM]

A creepy and eerie mystery/horror cue underscoring anything from a deceitful murder to an evil presence. Orchestral with piano, in the vein of James Newton Howard's scores for M. Night Shyamalan films (The Village, Signs, The Happening). [Tempo: Slow / 85 BPM]

An intense and fun action cue with driving percussion rhythms, orchestral energy, and big drums, underscoring anything from a major heist to a victorious getaway. Very much in the vein of John Powell's "Bourne" and "Italian Job" scores and the scores of Hanz Zimmer and Steve Jablonsky ("Batman Begins" and "Transformers"). [Tempo: Medium / 80 BPM]

A joyous and magical Christmas celebration fanfare, resounding the exciting spirit and cheer of the holiday season in the style of John Williams. Perfect for any celebratory Christmas commercial, film, or tv show. Orchestral, brass, winds, strings, percussion, sleigh bells. [Tempo: Medium / 122 BPM]

A very romantic and lush theme underscoring love, sentimental passion, and yearning. Slow and mellow strings, flute, and harp in the style of Ennio Morricone. [Tempo: Slow / 65 BPM]

A very melancholy and contemplative dramatic cue with a hint of romance underscoring anything from the nostalgic memory of a lost loved one to a somber walk in the park. Piano, strings, and bass. [Tempo: Very slow]

Nice and easy going, pleasant and positive track with guitars, strings and piano. [Tempo: Medium / 113 BPM]

Two different, short versions of the famous March from The Nutcracker Suite by Tchaikovsky. One has a traditional orchestral sound, the other is a 'hip remix'. Great for things like a Christmas theme on a web site etc. Trad./Arr: Jason Livesay [Tempo: Fast / 132 BPM]

A driving and emotional dramatic cue with a thematic interlude underscoring anything from a kidnapping search to an innocent fugitive on the run. Orchestral with rhythmic percussion, piano, strings, and brass. [Tempo: Medium / 80 BPM]

An eerie and creepy figure of a ghost subtly sneaks by with a cold and evil presence in this electronic / ambient suspense cue. [Tempo: Slow, Medium / 96 BPM]

An uplifting an inspiring piece with a delicate piano introduction which kicks in to a driving pop/rock montage. Perfect for underscoring personal stories of sports figures. [Tempo: Medium / 97 BPM]

A dreamy and ambient background piece with driving feel-good percussion and a hopeful sense of magic, building to an inspiring climax. Perfect for documentaries, corporate videos and commercials. [Tempo: Slow, Medium, Fast / 125 BPM]

A joyful and magical symphonic fanfare, in the style of John Williams. Perfect for celebrations, films, corporate videos, and commercials. Orchestral, brass, winds, strings, percussion. [Tempo: Fast / 120 BPM]

A heavy metal theme great for transitions or introducing a new character or scene with edgy and hard rock energy. A very dark "bad boy" feel. [Tempo: Medium / 90 BPM]

A suspenseful thriller cue with varying textures underscoring anything from hostage negotiations to a prison break. Orchestral with low piano, percussion, and and ambient fx. [Tempo: Slow, Medium / 112 BPM]

A pulsing and building mystery cue underscoring anything from an undercover mission to entering a new and suspicious world. Ambient FX, electric bass, strings, brass, rhythmic and mallet percussion. [Tempo: Very slow, Slow / 87 BPM]

An intense epic action cue with driving percussion rhythms, orchestral energy, and big drums, underscoring anything from a fast car chase to a battle between man and machine. Very much in the vein of John Powell's "Bourne" movies and the scores of Hanz Zimmer and Steve Jablonsky ("Batman Begins" and "Transformers"). [Tempo: Medium / 75 BPM]

A touching and heart-warming theme with a fun sense of child-like wonder and magic, underscoring anything from a child's dance to a romantic outing in the park. Piano, vibes, celeste, marimba, glockenspiel, chimes, flute, oboe, clarinet, harp, and strings. [Tempo: Medium, Fast / 142 BPM]

An intense action cue with driving percussion rhythms, orchestral energy, and big drums, underscoring anything from a fast car chase to a battle between man and machine. Very much in the vein of John Powell's "Bourne" movies and the scores of Hanz Zimmer and Steve Jablonsky ("Batman Begins" and "Transformers"). [Tempo: Fast, Very fast / 142 BPM]

A fun and fast chase cue underscoring a more comedic getaway. This cue starts subtle and builds to a climax, then subsides again. Guitars, bongo percussion, piano, strings, and acoustic bass. [Tempo: Fast / 138 BPM]

A hip psychological dramatic cue underscoring contemporary night life with sexy and dangerous undertones. Electronic and ambient instruments, urban grooves, and piano and strings. [Tempo: Medium / 79 BPM]

An intense action cue with driving percussion rhythms, orchestral energy, and big drums, underscoring anything from a fast car chase to a battle between man and machine. Very much in the vein of John Powell's "Bourne" movies and the scores of Hanz Zimmer and Steve Jablonsky ("Batman Begins" and "Transformers"). [Tempo: Fast / 130 BPM]

A beautifully fresh and dreamy orchestral theme underscoring wonder, awe, and magical drama. Piano, strings, french horns, harp, oboe, clarinet. [Tempo: Medium / 80 BPM]

A psychological and dramatic thriller cue with a very thematic and building ostinato, underscoring anything from breaking news to an emotional or suspenseful montage to a crime or paranormal investigation. In the vein of Mike Oldfield's "Tubular Bells" used in "The Exorcist." [Tempo: Medium, Fast / 135 BPM]

A funky Sugar Plum Fairy remix with downbeat urban style hip-hop drums. Cool and fresh version of the classic Tchaikovsky piece. Trad./Arr: Jason Livesay [Tempo: Medium / 111 BPM]

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