Some uses may include cooking shows, beach dating scenes, shopping, or any scene that needs to portray a relaxed environment to the listener. One may hear similar music on networks such as Discovery and the Food Network.
This soundtrack would work well as an intro or looping underscore for a television show, radio show, podcast, video game, or other project that features a rural/country setting. Similar examples may include Antiques Roadshow, This Old House, and Pawn Stars, among others.
This track would find a fitting use in a modern mobile racing or platform style video game that features a light, sunny atmosphere.
There are randomized notes speckled throughout the soundtrack that represent floating embers, or digital binary code, which inspired the track’s name. The instrumentation is solely 8-bit/chiptune and was composed with YMCK’s Magical 8-bit synthesizer.
The music aims to emulate an orchestra and emits a distinct, worldly style, most resembling music of the Middle East. This soundtrack is heavily layered and heavy in context. It suit a dark, or intense, atmosphere.