A Stinger is a very short piece of music that begins and ends within a matter of a few seconds. They are not like a music-loop which is made for looping around and a round to create a never ending piece of music. A "Stinger" has a beginning, a middle-part, and an end. It's not made for looping.
Stingers can be used for many purposes (splash screens, logos, highlights, underlining a point), but the most common use of Stingers is in the transition between scenes. Look at an episode of "Friends". Every time the story moves from one location to another, we see a little shot of the new location, and the music plays a "Stinger".
Rocky stinger features massive semi live rock drums, powerful chugging distorted guitar, driving bass, warm synths, orchestra hits, special fx and synth fx. Great as the theme to tv news/breaking news programs, opening theme music for radio news programs, video games, action film trailers. Keyboard,
Emergency loop heartbeat with bass synth. A racing heartbeat leads into a dramatic string melody with tympani, very emergency room stuff. An ambulance on a mission to take the casualty to hospital, an orchestral race against time to save a life. Keyboard,
A collection of standard, even cliché ending phrases that will bring your production to a secure, definite, happy or sad conclusion. Four short slow and smooth melodies played on a Fender Rhodes keyboard, rendered with three different sounds per melody. All files are normalised to -1dB. Keyboard,
An simple but hypnotic synth melody is awash in echoes and filtered panning. A magical space where a moment of personal awakening happens. With its long fade out it is perfect for any long, slow scene change. Keyboard,
Calm, soothing ending to times of trial and adversity. The peace comes from knowing that, in the end, all will be well. Love, grace, and strength comes from accepting challenges and seeking guidance from above. Keyboard,