May 3rd is International World Press Freedom Day. This year, the focus is particularly on disinformation and mood-building against media professionals.
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The excitement of the printing press, as it rolls out the next big daily newspaper with the top headline.
The ticking score to undercover journalism about corrupt individuals and dark deeds in business and politics.
There's danger ahead, modern, distanced sound, ideal for images of political reports, investigative journalism.
Exciting beats for laboratories, thrillers and unsolved cases.
High-quality soundtrack for modern TV series and documentaries, radio broadcasts and podcasts. Neutral mood.
Hectic, restless, unsettled. Features about modern mental illnesses such as stress-related depression or isolation can be appropriately accompanied.
Investigative mood, analytical and serious. Delayed electronics.
The state controls the media. Hypnotic pulsing synthesizer sounds, ticking clocks and polyrhythmic arpeggios convey discomfort.
This Synthesizer track works for everything news-related.
Subtle backround sound. Expectant and impulsive.
Cinematic sound, defined by rapidly moving strings and snare drum rolls. Scenic and restless.
Thoughtful piano piece with strings. Dark and melancholic, it fits the latest news about climate change, factory farming or viruses.
Relaxed electronic track with 100 BPM. For corporate videos, consumer magazines and business topics. Neutral and appealing.
subtle & artful; expressing smartness
amazed, excited, hopeful; nature
Busy yet warm electronic track for science programs, modern avertising and technological content.