This is a 3 aggressive electronic track pack, containing royalty-free powerful cues in genres ranging from dubstep to breakbeat to retro synthwave. It’s all about epic raw force, power and energy here, a collection of background music for any sport related media project, be it a TV show, advertising, motion graphics opener, cinematic film or racing video game. Elements of heavy percussion, grunge indie rock and glitch trap have been combined for pure audio adrenaline, speed and metal. Reminiscent in style of Noisia, Skrillex, Glitch Mob, The Prodigy. The included tracks, in the order heard on the preview, are:
1. I Am The Apex Predator 3:04
A cool energetic electro track full of analog and digital bass, synths and violence. There are more elements within the track blasting with a 80s retro analog sound, but with a modern twist. The track is driven by a steady and heavy hitting beat and fast and crazy driving bass which is constantly digitally mangled to create a futuristic and action hybrid sound. The gigantic megahorn type of hits in the breakdown enhance a dramatic movie score vibe. The synth sounds like a trap lead, adding more modern hip-hop layers and nuances to the mix. Transitions, reverse sounds, hits and drum fills provide markers for effective editing, ideal for dynamic montages. The arrangement is constructed on 3 sections providing various levels of aggression or suspense, while still being editor friendly and maintaining a cruel full throttle destructive grunge. It can be a theme for a YouTube series or channel dealing with muscle cars, street racing, extreme sports. Use it as opening or end titles for science fiction action thrillers and trailers about futuristic digital worlds, space ships and grid chases with led armored tron motorcycles. Try it in your Typography Promo or Opener, too!
2. Hack and Slash 3:04
Stylistically, the track lies somewhere between 2-step, dubstep and dnb / breakbeat. After a deep and massive buildup, sprinkled with drums breaks, pump and glitches, all hell breaks loose with an epic monster bass riff, which is the basis of the track’s energy and big groove. Things get faster and dirtier when the crisp hihats are set in motion. The sound is both futuristic and action oriented hybrid, for dramatic cinematic projects and blockbuster scifi films. After the middle buildup, a downtempo colossal trap section attacks in a new direction with epic sub-bass heavy hits and strikes of destruction, before returning to the main riff with a vengeance. This is exactly what you need for violent, age restricted, graphic, gore imagery (kill montage, for example) you might encounter in hack and slash games or first person shooters with bloody missions. It will take your After Effects openers to the next level (so VideoHive authors help yourself to the preview!). It would work in shooter or adventure games, cops and terrorists plots, as well as epic final battles between Good and Evil, men and zombies and other apocalyptic face-offs.
3. Speed and Bass 3:39
A high octane dnb track, based on a grimey bass riff, saturated synths and violent punching beats. This bass banger is about dirty raw power, need for speed and pure filthy force. The huge driving rhythm has a breather in the breakdown with some atmospheric melodic EDM plucks arpeggios, for a sporting gaming vibe, in the x-games drifting sense. It is cutting edge sound design mixed with tire screeching racing and high speed chase grooves, for a soccer game, car commercial promo or athletic highlights show reel. With a clear and visual friendly arrangement, the music is easy to edit for 3d after effects fx motion graphics. It’s designed for video game campaigns, including a teaser, commercials, media entertainment ads and action movie placement. Energy drink, gear, gym and fitness tutorials are a perfect fit, including bodybuilding, crossfit, calisthenics, UFC training. Its main reach remains advertising of the auto industry, like a TV spot for new car models, revolutionary engine and prototype technology. It’s for manly sports: boxing, k1, runner, football, basketball or other contact and rough sports (yes, especially hockey). Add any speed based sport: motorcross, drag racing, snowboarding, boating, biking, urban street racing etc. It’s also for edgy gadget, electronic appliances or devices promos, like smartphones, apps or smart TV.