The second part of our Halloween albums is dedicated to atmospheres, soundscapes and abstract ambient sounds. It is suitable for experimental formats, horror films and articles about the paranormal and the uncanny.
Browse Albums For
- Action | Adventure
- Animals | Wildlife
- Architecture | Cityscapes
- Art | Design
- Atmosphere | Underscore
- Beauty | Cosmetics
- Brass | Strings
- Cars | Mobility
- Children | Family
- Christmas | Festive Season
- Climate Change | Sustainability
- Comedy | Slapstick
- Cooking | Crafts
- Crime | Thriller
- Drama | War
- Fantasy | Magical Worlds
- Film | Cinema
- Health | Medicine
- History | Society
- Kids | Teenagers
- Lifestyle | Fashion
- Love | Emotions
- Meditation | Relaxation
- Mystery | Tension
- Nature | Landscape
- News | Business
- Politics |Society
- Retro | Authentic
- Science | Research
- Sport | Aktives Leben
- Technology | Industry
- Travel | Countries
- Wedding | Engagement
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On "Everyday Life", Mauro Martinuz and Gino Pillon propose 8 musical interpretations of various familiar situations of our modern 9-to-5 lifestyle. Hectically urban, versatile and yet subtle, between ambient electronic and lofi hip-hop – the two composers accompany our entire everyday: from the morning commute to the office on public transport, to productivity-oriented, concentrated work in the afternoon hours, to relaxing at home after work.
News reports, games and podcasts for a young, urban audience benefit from these 17 dynamic tracks. Middle Eastern instruments and Arabic melodies meet electronic beats and cinematic string arrangements.
Anyone looking for neutral yet varied titles on topics such as consumer protection, business and product development is guaranteed to find it here.
These ten wonderfully arranged brass tracks take the listeners to the Balkans, to the folk festival or to the Bavarian village fun. Turbulent, warm and folkloric.
The long-awaited sequel to Minimal City (UBM 2271) features 10 brand new tracks for piano and electronics. The album sounds modern, changeable and warm and accompanies programs on topics such as urbanity, generational change and political challenges in times of global change.
These 17 tracks deal with topics such as mobility, urban planning and social change. Predominantly held electronically, they mostly sound optimistic and neutral.
With these wonderfully warm pieces for acoustic guitar, wanderlust comes up! The South American sounds are audibly inspired by traditional Brazilian music. Ideal for travel magazines, cooking channels, and beach dating shows.
Hybrid scores for the big screen. Nerve-racking and action-packed, these tracks are the ideal accompaniment for horror films, action games and extreme sports.
The 15 tracks on this album on the subject of environmental protection, climate change and the global crisis move between a gloomy look at today and an optimistic, gripping gesture.
This modern score album combines carefully arranged orchestral elements with electronica and real live drums. The result is a special mix, perfectly suited for captivating TV movies, podcasts and reports about true (and fictional) crimes.
Corporate identity / sound branding for morning programs, news and daytime TV. Each track is available in many convenient edits such as opener, reduced version, for weather, credits, transitions, etc.
This versatile trap album offers everything from nostalgic old school hip hop to relaxed R&B to dark, urban vibes.
This retrospective is dedicated to our expert for electronic soundscapes and uncharted synthesizer worlds. For many years, Achim Zweschper's compositions have been the first choice for documentaries and films on topics such as space, research and natural phenomena.
The producer and composer duo Beyond The Sounds has been working for our publishing house for many years. Her music stands for variety, attention to detail and innovative topics.
These energetic house tracks sometimes sound summery, sometimes deep. They are suitable for features on topics such as parties, lifestyle or VIP.
Warm folk-rock for topics such as closeness to nature and travelling or sophisticated documentaries.
These carefully arranged soundscapes are more subtle than dramatic - and therefore seem all the more haunting.
With this very special album, successful film composer Maxi Menot is returning to her musical roots. The studied clarinetist presents the instrument in its entire musical range. The impressive range of pieces ranges from klezmer to neo-classical music to film music arrangements, while always exuding warmth and authenticity.
This themed collection offers harmonious sounds with acoustic guitar as the central instrument. From folklore to acoustic pop to New Age, many styles are represented here. Great for pictures of a life in harmony with nature, for family television and authentic everyday portraits.