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Steve Yeager (World Fusion Tracks)

Home: Saint Paul, MN USA   

Composer Steve Yeager teaches music production at Minneapolis Media Institute, is a whiz on the vibes, marimba and percussion, plus contemporary synthesizer sounds and beats. Recently, his music has been featured on NBC, FOX, A&E, and the ABC Family. Steve's genres include Contemporary, Electronica, Hip Hop, Jazz, Ambient, New Age, and World, and is perfect for vibrant commercials, films, quirky romance, or uplifting stories for all ages.

Genres for This Artist

Total Tracks: 75

Instrumental Tracks (75 Tracks) |
Music Genres For Steve Yeager
African | Cartoon | Horror | Jazz | News | Themes | UK Bass | World Fusion |

Tracks for This Artist

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SLEEPWALK IN INDIA - 15 SECOND - (by Steve Yeager)  Year: 2011
Steve Yeager indian influenced sitar and tabla electronica and groove based tune. news action drama advertising movies television. melodic and indiana jones like feel chase scene driving mysterious melody, Instrumental, World Fusion, Indian World Fusion
Type Play Track Info Catalog ID Min:Sec Tempo & BPM Price Control
Variation - World Fusion, Indian World Fusion
475668 0:20 Medium 126   
Variation A - World Fusion, Indian World Fusion
475669 1:01 Medium 123   
Variation B - World Fusion, Indian World Fusion
475670 1:26 Medium 123   

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