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Daniel Anstey's music has been featured on TV shows for BBC, Discovery Channel and Food Network on such shows as Coast, Tonight With Trevor McDonald, Miami Ink, Anthony Bourdain's No Reservations, and Dolce Vita. His music features a range of styles, from rock and electronic genres to more abstract and orchestral pieces. Working out of a state-of-the-art studio in Vancouver, Canada, Daniel's compositions are consistently alluring and engaging and an asset to any film or TV production.



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Total Tracks: 43

Instrumental Tracks (10 Tracks) | Sound Effects |
Music Genres For Daniel Anstey
Action | Dance | Dramatic | Electronic | Indie Rock | Military | RnB | Rock |



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AFTER THE HUNT - (by Daniel Anstey)  Year: 2010
Daniel Anstey Soaring strings and flowing beat merge into gentle, thematic soundtrack; Flo-motion. Instrumental, Action, Action Adventure Pending
Type Play Track Info Catalog ID Min:Sec Tempo & BPM Price Control
Full Track - Action, Action Adventure Pending
416483 2:17 Fast 160   

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