RCummins
SOLAR POWER PULSE (LOOP)
By: RCummins
Catalog ID: 542264   Duration: 0:42   Tempo: Med Slow   BPM: 92   Vocal: Instrumental
Genre: New Age Music | Space music
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Space age synthesized melodies and pulsating bass line create an ambient euphoric vibe. Has a stealthy feel to it. Nice background for scientific documentaries, astronomy, animated simulations and chilled out themes. This is a seamless loop.   Keywords: mellow spacey reverb organic abstract vibe airy space-age futuristic edgy pulsating contemplation ideas conception engineering unconventional curiosity NASA



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