Hello oh ever so good community of the Audiojungle marketplace. I am looking for a really specific soundtrack for a motion typography video.
Let me tell you what this video consists of: it’s about a learning program that will aid young people learn with the help of e-books and all sorts of study material. This way teenagers and young adults will have the possibility to study even when not in school.
The video illustrates the possibilities within this program through a teenage boy who always strives to learn and to study as much as possible.
What we need is an unconventional tune. Not your usual “stock” music as a simple person could put it. The music that would fit this optimistic and ambitious theme best would be a tune that has high and low points, meaning that it builds up and ends up in a totally different place in terms of musical structure.
IMPORTANT>>>I’d like to use something upbeat and something that is unconventional in terms of instrumentation or song structure.
The whole animation is about the youth of this world so the music should reflect that strongly. The musical language used in this piece of music can easily be electronic (as well as acoustic) but definitely not that something that can be related to clubbing or being at a party.
So, here are the keywords again: studying aid, dynamic, unconventional, ambitious, optimistic, youthful, definitely a song that builds up and reaches a high point.
I’ll check back and give extra hints along the way after a couple of replies from You.
maybe this track could be of interest for you:
Thanks for checking it out!
Up til now I gotta say that the Quadraphonix tune is a bit slow paced and chilled out and the ndandeband tune is way too eclectic, it’s something we would like to avoid. Thanks for the quick replies!!!
See if this one fits. It’s kinda unconventional and it gets fast on the second half: http://audiojungle.net/item/school-of-quirks/3507466
What do you think? http://audiojungle.net/item/dont-look-back/3006518
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It’s the best description I could give. If I’d give more adjectives and describe it even more then I’d narrow it down too much. This way I’ll have a proper set to select from.
Hi, check these tracks of mine (one acoustic, one electronic), maybe they could work:
Good luck with your search!