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Epic Royalty Free MusicEpic Background Music is generally heroic, majestic, and spectacular and often narrates remarkable achievements or events that are impressively great in nature. Daring and valiant feats are accomplished with sweeping strings and thunderous percussion perfectly placed within an epic score. Epic adventures are often ripe with tall tales of legendary heroes and a production scored with Epic Background Music ensures a dramatic and grand entrance for worthy scenes.

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Published on: March 27, 2015

Bold and PowerfulFrom heroic to haunting, Bold and Powerful Royalty Free Music from SmartSound builds the drama with styles ranging from classic-sounding orchestral to angry electronica.

From Fun & Games comes a ferocious Hard Rock selection, Beehive. Not for your mama’s genteel garden video, this slammin track is more at home in Sports Footage or Commercials. Drums and Electric Guitar pound out a steady, driving beat with a few vocals thrown in, set up for roiling around in the background without a lot of melody to it.

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Published on: March 26, 2015

I love Suspenseful Background Music that leaves me perched on the edge of my seat with a scream lodged in my throat as I wait for the black-hearted, dynamic villain to appear and grip me with fear and intrigue. Yes, Suspenseful Background Music is a must for dramas, biographies, tributes, documentaries, indie films and even commercials. Thrilling music sets the backdrop for many memorable scenes; think Jack Bauer in the hit TV series 24; Jason Statham in Transporter and today’s current TV favorites—Marvel comic remakes—all ripe with Suspenseful Background Music that sets the heart on fire with its fast-moving, energetic and fear-filled pace.

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Published on: March 25, 2015

SmartSound's Royalty-Free Documentary Music offerings differ as much as documentary subjects themselves do. For your Dramatic Stories match up the ominous, expansive Crucial Developments with real-life dramas and emotional narratives. This orchestral-style track conveys a sense of urgency, as does Last Seen, from the same collection. Dark and introspective, “Last Seen,” conveys the mysterious, solemn side of the story. For action-dramas, or short films, try Two Minds As One to add dreamy, dramatic sophistication with a cinematic touch.

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Published on: March 19, 2015

Soft Film Trailer Music Romance, intrigue and mystery are all just a click away with SmartSound’s unique collection of royalty-free background music. Soft Film Trailer Music is ideal for emotional or poignant scenes and allows the viewer to fill in the spaces between the soft instrumentals. If background tracks with enormously rich drums and pounding keys were used in an earthy, heartwarming or relaxed scene, the director’s message would obviously be lost. So check out a few fantastic options for Soft Film Trailer Music and get ready to customize it your way with SmartSound.

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Published on: March 18, 2015

Royalty Free Meditation MusicThe evocative ambience of meditation music aids the process. At SmartSound, we have numerous collections in our album catalogue that have strong appeal for those looking for royalty-free meditation music. Whether you practice meditation at home or simply want options for a video or commercial production, we invite you to discover our New Age-influenced collections.

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Published on: March 17, 2015

Eerie Film Trailer MusicStephen King knows his horror films wouldn’t achieve the desired effect if Pharrell’s Happy song was the background track. Eerie background music tracks are critical for instilling a sense of fear, tension and intrigue in scenes. So, think like the King and choose one of the unique selections from SmartSound’s many Eerie Film Trailer Music albums.

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Published on: March 16, 2015

Powerful Film trailer Music SmartSound offers a superb selection of Powerful Film Trailer Music for every project. Mute the volume next time you watch a film and note the lack of drama, energy, emotion and feeling during the silence. SmartSound’s Powerful Film Trailer Music tracks will engage your audience, whether you want them on the edge of their seat, laughing hysterically or crying compassionately; there is definitely something you need in SmartSound’s expansive royalty-free background track library.

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Published on: March 13, 2015

GoofyUnless you’re in Scrooge-mode, Goofy Royalty Free Music is about synonymous with comedy and fun. SmartSound delivers on the promise with circus-like to dream-like tracks ranging from tongue-in-cheek to orchestral.

Delightful and lively enough to back up the most energetic kids-at-play scene, Thrillls and Spills trots out all vibrant, unusual instruments to create its sprightly ambience. Tubas, fifes, cheerful strings, light percussion instruments all take their bows in this winsome track from Sunday Matinee.

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Published on: March 12, 2015

On-hold music gives your company one more chance to advertise through the medium of music, conveying whatever feel you’d like your customers to be exposed to, while they await your good service. Confident, upbeat, or offbeat—all can be alluded to with SmartSound’s On Hold specialty tracks.

For the company with Big Ideas, get listeners in the mood to move forward with you with relaxed Rock/Pop Band track from Pop Culture. Electric guitars star in this expansive piece. The mood hints at fast forward motion, so this one would be good for the company where hold times won’t be long.

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Published on: March 10, 2015