Description: A modern cinematic track for trailers, film, tv, promos, montages etc. Warm piano chords set the ground work to support a beautiful theme played by a Cello. The theme is repeated by a Bassoon, Clarinet and Oboe and gradually they transform into a full orchestral score with a massive brass section, thunderous epic percussion, soaring strings, and custom hybrid synths. Useful pre-cut edits included. Composed, produced and mixed/mastered by J.t. Peterson.
Epic Hybrid – Full Track (3:30)
Epic Hybrid – Build (1:28) Starts at 3:30 in Preview
Epic Hybrid – Finale (1:23) Starts at 4:59 in Preview
Epic Hybrid – Introduction (0:55) Starts at 6:22 in Preview
Included Instruments: Full orchestra including strings, brass, woodwinds, percussion, choir, cymbals, bassoons, harp, trumpet, french horns, viola, violin, cello, basses piccolo, clarinet, flute, bass clarinet, timpani, big drums, bass drum, toms, taikos, woodsticks, custom synths
Similar Music Composers/Producers: Hans Zimmer, Thomas Bergersen, Harry Gregson Williams, Two Steps From Hell, Audiomachine, James Newton Howard, Brian Tyler, James Horner, John Powell, Nick Phoenix, Michael Giacchino, Steve Jablonsky
Thank you so much for taking the time to stop by.
I live in Los Angeles USA and compose for Audiojungle full time. I have been composing/producing music for about 10+ years now. Its my life’s passion and I’m very grateful to be able to make money with it.
A little shameless vanity: I’ve composed for Dateline, Grimm, Law and Order, Pretty Little Liars, Saturday Night Live and have had my music on NBC, ABC, TLC, HBO, TNT, National Geographic Channel, Animal Planet, OWN, MTV, FUSE as well as many other networks. I have also had the pleasure of having my music used by hundreds of corporations, commercials and trailers.
VideoHive Artists! Your free to use any of my tracks, just let me know and I’ll paste a link to the video you use it in.
Again thank you so much for stopping by, your the reason I get to do what I love!...even if you don’t use anything today, hopefully you’ll be back