Elearning, game-sounding audio: Help identifying related loops

Sep 06, 2013

Hello -

I am hoping someone can help me identify some comparable tracks to a fun piece of audio I recently found. This is the track: http://d.pr/v/Aa0P

I don't own that track, but I would like to find some similar tracks. I've already spent some time searching the main audio sites, but so far nothing is coming close.

If you're familiar with this type of music, would you share your recommendations?


7 Replies
Alexandros Anoyatis

Hi Montse,

Wow! This sample reminds me of .MOD files we used to play on PC during the 90's! Anyway...

You might find similar tracks at Q-music (www.q-music.co.uk). Their license plan is a bit pricey though...

The track titled "Cool Cat" just might be close (at least in style) to what you posted above...

Hope this helps,


Maybe a little late for this but, http://www.lynnemusic.com/midi.html has some great files.

Licensing information from the site:

All songs (C) Copyright Bjorn Lynne (PRS) 1991-2010. All rights reserved.

I allow my MIDI music to be used for free for non-profit / non-commercial websites, projects, videos, under the following terms:

1) Project must be non-commercial. No income. Not even advertising income.

2) If used on a website, you must include music credits, and a live working web link to my royalty-free music licensing website, www.Shockwave-Sound.com.

3) If used on a YouTube video or other similar online video services, you must include music credits in the "description" text field that's displayed underneath the video, like this:

Music track: (Title)
Composer: Bjorn A. Lynne (PRS)
License his music from: www.Shockwave-Sound.com

(Replace "(Title)" with the actual title of the music track playing.)

To use the above tracks in a commercial / for-profit project, sites with income / sales etc. you need to buy a license from the Royalty-Free MIDI files page at Shockwave-Sound.com.

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