Category: Ambient/New Age

  • Upwards to Heaven (Piano Only)

    David Das

    (Ambient/New Age, Instrumentals)

    A simple, uplifting, steady instrumental featuring an oscillating piano pattern and an incessant electronic kick drum, and a long steady build to the end.

  • Homesick (Full Mix Minus Kick Drum)

    David Das

    (Ambient/New Age, Instrumentals)

    A beautiful ambient piece featuring ethereal electric guitar and synthesizer textures.

  • Vast Terrain (Full Mix Minus Drums)

    David Das

    (Ambient/New Age, Instrumentals)

    A pulsating ambient piece featuring repetitive minimalist piano patterns layered with electric guitar textures.

  • Paca Motion Play (Electric Guitar Theme Only)

    David Das

    (Ambient/New Age, Instrumentals)

    An ambient long positive build with electric guitar textures, harmonium, and Who-like B3.

  • Paca Motion Play (No Drums)

    David Das

    (Ambient/New Age, Instrumentals)

    An ambient long positive build with electric guitar textures, harmonium, and Who-like B3.

  • Skylights (Full Mix Minus Drums)

    David Das

    (Ambient/New Age, Instrumentals)

    An ambient rock piece in the style of Explosions in the Sky, featuring delayed guitars, pounding ambient drums, and layers of synth pads.

  • Skylights (Guitars Only)

    David Das

    (Ambient/New Age, Instrumentals)

    An ambient rock piece in the style of Explosions in the Sky, featuring delayed guitars, pounding ambient drums, and layers of synth pads.

  • New Heights (Drums Only)

    David Das

    (Ambient/New Age, Instrumentals)

    An uplifting synth rock cue with a slight M83 influence and a gradually accelerating cadence leading to a big finish.

  • New Heights (No Drums or Bass)

    David Das

    (Ambient/New Age, Instrumentals)

    An uplifting synth rock cue with a slight M83 influence and a gradually accelerating cadence leading to a big finish.

  • New Heights (No Drums)

    David Das

    (Ambient/New Age, Instrumentals)

    An uplifting synth rock cue with a slight M83 influence and a gradually accelerating cadence leading to a big finish.

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