I've done a voice-over but can't seem to find the right kind of music to under it. I only need 30 seconds of something that would accomply the narration of a 50s square educational film.
Here's a link to the type of thing I'm picturing:
Hello! I suggest you to check out this composition, http://audiojungle.net/item/cinematic-ending/3966687?sso , maybe it fulfills your needs!
Otherwise, I think this other song, http://audiojungle.net/item/funky-jazz/3867815?sso , can fit in your situation.
You can check out the rest of my portfolio too! Maybe you'll find something that you like even better!
You're doing an interesting project, good luck with that my friend!
HEllo You have here some old guitar swing wth an old sound also (listen at 03:05): http://audiojungle.net/item/gypsy-jazz-for-nina/3808441this one also, but i think the first will be better http://audiojungle.net/item/gypsy-jazz-jungle/3793640
Have fun ...
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Hey educause!Try my latest work Hope it will be helpful
Hi, Educause. Here are my suggestions:maybe this one too:
Earlier when I stumble trough the site I have found this very nice item.And your request remind me of it.Its Andy Slater s song
Check out this tracks of the pack:
Here's a retro old film teaser that could work for you>
@educause hello ! did you made a choice ?
I think that may fit to your needs:
Or that one:
Good luck searching for the best itemKuba
One of my biggest sellers is "Fifties Housewife," and it has that retro feel: http://audiojungle.net/item/fifties-housewife/111487?ref=GarryONeal
Also: Suburbia '59: http://audiojungle.net/item/suburbia-59/3033527?ref=GarryONeal
Oceans of Conquest: http://audiojungle.net/item/oceans-of-conquest/147273?ref=GarryONeal
Time for the March of News: http://audiojungle.net/item/time-for-the-march-of-news/253390?ref=GarryONeal
All very different, but all very fifties. Hope you can use something.
may be it http://audiojungle.net/item/children/3852982?ref=BeatCheat
Look at my little portfolio maybe someone out there can find a suitable