Taking too long? Close loading screen.
Unaviva.Studio

Palaraga – In Revolution

In Relovution as an intense, suspense, thrilling track with a slowly building intro, smashing the main section, emotional piano break down and an intense culmination. The breathtaking midsection and culmination atmosphere are ideal for a crime, horror or thriller movie scenes where the effect of adventure and tension is necessary. Check out all the Stone Forest album to create a strong and modern movie soundtrack pack!(more…)

Palaraga – Two Days in Oslo

This composition creates an uplifting and happy atmosphere which is perfect for running, pilates, walking or as a simple background for your daily life. Soft sound effects, light rhythm, emotional and romantic melody makes this composition ideal for a slide show presentation, vlog video, romantic movie, travel commercial and tv intro.(more…)

Palaraga – Loly in Love

Are you looking for an active, dramatic and sadly beautiful track for your long night walks or a background for a media project? If your answer is yes, you should check out this composition written by a talented artist and composer! This track features unique voice effects, clear rhythm, melancholic themes and fabulous electronic sound effects. Use it in your vlog posts, documentaries, movies or slideshow presentations. (more…)

Palaraga – Stay Alive

The name of this composition notifies the listener about the atmosphere of the track. Beautifully sad, suspenseful and filled with the power of music. The mixture of classical instruments and electronic sounds create unique and simply gorgeous work. The flow of melodies will keep you alive and attentive. This track will perfectly work as a background for a detective, action or dramatic movie scenes or as a breathtaking musical accompaniment for your movie trailer.(more…)

Palaraga – Mortido

According to the classical theory of psychoanalysis, the basis of the human personality is two fundamental motives: creative (libido) and destructive (mortido). The ego-libido is experienced as pleasantly familiar, while mortido is experienced as pain, potential danger and some unknown, infectious fear. So far, no psychoanalyst has been able to create a model of the mental apparatus in which these two differently directed instincts and two opposite kinds of psychic energy would coexist. This concept is a significant fragment of numerous theories of aggression, treating the latter as a projection of the innate self-destructive attraction of people.


(more…)