Ceremonial Tribal Percussion

Ceremonial Tribal Percussion

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This is a strong percussion track, with a very tribal feeling, all played live using different percussion elements such as big and small bongos, large tom, crash, shakers, and so on. Every instrument was live played and recorded with hi-quality mic and preamp. no samples were used in this production. Real “live” and original sound.

The feeling is like an ancient ceremony raw played by a forgotten tribe in a untouched african jungle.

The track is also useful for action scenes, trailers, chase sequences, an epic accompaniment or where raw energy is needed.

The track was used in the stunning Crime Dramatic Trailer by gokul_ramkul

The zip file includes the main track that you listen on the demo and several cut that may be used as loop: an intro (from 0 to 0:16), a first loop (8 seconds long, from 0:16 to 0:24), a second loop (6 seconds long, from 0:24 to 0:30) and the end (6 seconds long, from 0:30 to 0:36).

More song in similar stile can be found in this collection


Welcome to my home!

A video is worth more than 1.000 words. Listen to my cinematic music on the background of this stunning 3D movie:

I began playing music when I was a child and I’m involved into computer music since 1999. I deal with a lot of different generes of music, from rock to bombastic soundtracks , from ambient to children’s lullabies . The feelings expressed by my music varies a lot from romance and love to epic fantasy , from thriller and horror to hope, joy and happyness : you will find for sure something that suits your needs and tastes in my portfolio!

I’m a guitarist, keyboardist and multi-instrumentalist, with an experimental attitude.
I always put a lot of passion in my productions. Music is meant to drive emotions and to set a mood: this is exacly what you will find here.

I have plenty of exotic instruments collected around the world (indian sitar, chinese erhu, dizi and guzheng, turkish saz, etc) and I like to combine them also with samples and synth sounds from the PC, as well experimenting with sound design, unusual, and custom build instruments.

Since I understand the powerful synergy between audio and video, take also a look at my youtube channel to listen to my music on the background of several videos made by videohive authors

Check out my “Happy uplifting tracks”, mostly played with original acoustic instruments:
Life is good!
Motivating with a balalaika
The happy mandolin
This is not an ukulele
Relax and have fun
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Carefree Happy Shamisen

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