Here’s a winter themed track that’s got your holiday-back. You can conspire with the quasi-choir in “Snow Song” all winter long, and when the bass line drops to half time, do like Günter and make up your own rhyme.
Below are a few of the on-air Holiday promos and bumpers produced by Cartoon Network, that feature “Snow Song.”
Remember that one party where the guest-list was a ghost-list, the fog machines were smog machines, and the poltergeists were polter-nice? Cue the “Ghost Party” on the ones and twos for this track we delivered for CN that emotes fun and foul, beats and beasts, and cool and ghoul in short time.
Below are a few of the on-air Halloween promos and bumpers produced by Cartoon Network, that feature “Ghost Party.”
First you make a digital esophagus, but then you gotta feed that food pipe. Whip up a “Tastysynth” and jam it down that sound hole and you get some throaty, swirly tones that bounce across the beat and weave with the bass.
Below are a few of the on-air promos and bumpers produced by Cartoon Network, where “Tastysynth” served as the soundtrack.
Last time we remixed audio from CN’s audience, we made a remix of Popsicle. This time, CN opened it up a bit wider and asked for a completely new track to pair with user submitted sounds. The result is “Stickers,” a hype micro jam from Kelly & Dan. (That’s Impactist FYI) As far as we’re concerned it makes Thursday the new Friday.
We searched through hundreds of CN Sayin’ App submissions, maybe near a thousand, to find choice samples to cut, crop, stretch, and stitch into a celebration of all things Thursday.
In addition, below are a couple of on-air ads produced by Cartoon Network, that feature the Kidless and Bass/Percussion versions of “Stickers.”
This past fall, we had the opportunity to create a whole new batch of short original tracks for our friends at Cartoon Network. Songs were made for a variety of uses ranging from promoting action programming to feature films on the network.
Below are the full :30 tracks set to some simple visuals we put together to occupy your eyes as you listen. Songs include “Ascend,” “Moovie,” “Moovie Simple,” “Cinemelt,” “Filmz,” and “Glitchwich.” The tracks were also resequenced into multiple versions and shorter durations for flexibilty of use by the network.
You can currently hear this latest batch of tunes and mnemonic jingles, along with our earlier anthems “Popsicle” and “Dreamsicle,” providing the soundtrack to the Cartoon Network’s recent on-air re-brand. Below are some of the current on-air promos produced by CN.
The track “Moovie,” debuted last year in CN’s Thanksgiving Night of New promos for the world premiere of Regular Show: The Movie. Below is one of the :30 spots produced by CN.
Before we went to bed, we put a Popsicle under our pillow and dreamt this track into existence. No nightmares, so no Screamsicles. Instead, we hatched this “Dreamsicle.” We sequenced this song for Cartoon Network, which premiered on the network in 2015.
Below are a couple of CN produced spots from their Fall campaign where “Dreamsicle” served as the soundtrack.