Tracks organised by emotion

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This page contains all of HARVO’s most recent and featured tracks, organised in a way intended to make selecting a new track easier. If you already know what you want, feel free to check out all of our offerings in the shop.

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We’ve categorised this page into four different feels. We haven’t labelled them specifically as the usage of these pieces could be pretty broad. They are grouped based on colours if that helps, if not, feel free to listen to them!

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Electricity, waves, peace, quiet, soul.

These tracks are designed to feel slow and foreboding.

Tracks in this category are designed to convey emotion. A good fit for landscape, scenic, or emotional dialogues.

Harments

Harments Ep2, aptly named after the collaboration between Harvo and artist ‘Toment.’ Ep2 was intended to become a follow up track to the production of the ‘Evolution,’ EP created by Toment and Harvo (Harments). Much like AUS, Ep2 became a personal project and evolved into this progressive film soundtrack piece. It starts up with pads, strings and piano. The track continues this theme over time and progressively adds elements, until the drums come in, soft enough as not to ruin the euphoric atmosphere, but with enough pace to shift the track into the next gear.

AUS

AUS starts off the track with a collaboration of pad synthesiser and bells to create a spacious and evolving atmosphere it moves forward with the use of drums afterwards and into a climax of strings, pads and eerie melodies. AUS was originally intended to be a part of a 4 track EP in collaboration with another artist, however a different track was used and AUS became a personal project. This track was inspired by electronic artists who used the intro of their tracks as a way to ease the listener an build up into a more heavy drop or chorus. The idea was to adapt on this but instead have a ‘drop,’ that was totally melodic and not revolving around just the kick and the snare drum.

rage, emotion, anger, roses, blood, grisly murder.

These tracks are designed with aggression in mind.

Tracks in this category are designed to convey emotion. A good fit for a fight scene. Big murder party time.

ENTRY

Entry was a project that from the start, was dedicated to explore the limits of what mood could be created using good sound design and mixing. The end result was a track that is powerful and angry. Entry starts off straight away with a thick drum beat and a root note, it then develops over time into a mass of synths, textures and pounding drums. Entry’s first drop does not completely follow the key that it belongs to, instead it adds some moments of dissonance and disrupts the melody of the track, creating unease and disgust as it progresses forwards. Entry ends on a final, colossal drop, a culmination of pure rage and motivation. It is an absolutely perfect soundtrack for the crushing of your enemies.

Falling

Falling started as a melodic dubstep track, consisting of a blend of guitar, piano and characteristics taken from dubstep music in the buildup and the drop. It features the first melodic drop, a collection of chords and synths, then moves quickly onto a second drop. The second drop is more aggressive in nature, containing stabs from the drop before it, mixed with creative sound design in serum and alchemy, to create a blend of melodic and aggressive sound. Falling is less aggressive than other RED tracks, due to it’s melodic nature and its third drop, which focuses mainly on melody but incorporates certain features found earlier in the track. Falling provides a good transition into a more aggressive scene/mood, the buildup after the first drop being especially effective at this.

habitat, environment, oak, birds, light, morning, life.

These tracks remind me of my daYz in the woods.

Tracks in this category are designed to convey emotion. A good fit for a booze up.

NotDot

This track’s primary focus is around its chords and melodies. The piano coincides with the tropical plucks to create the feeling that one might get on a sunny day down the beach. The drums are simple and are designed to move the track forward and keep increase it’s energy whilst emphasising the plucks more. It was a real pleasure making this one, as it combines Harvo’s new style with the old tropical style, coming together as a melodic mix of piano and plucks.

falling leaves, fire, smoke, breeze, chill, frost.

These tracks remind me of fire and coffee. mmmmmmmmm.

Tracks in this category are designed to convey emotion. A good fit for a good brew.

Autumn

Autumn started as a piano melody, as most of Harvo’s tracks do. When it came to the mixing process, strings, drums and synths etc were added. However, the stripped back song with just the melodies sounded so peaceful, it just couldn’t be ruined by overproducing the start of the track. This is why the drums only come in at the very end, providing a climax to the song but at the same time keeping all the emotion and melodic value in the beginning of the track. Autumn is one of those tracks that makes you want to stare out the window and think… as ORANGE tracks are intended.

Sadting

Sadting started on the piano as a full song. The entire piano part, minus a few of the piano parts during the drop, was recorded and the rest of the song was built around it. The drums are designed to be prominent but not overwhelming, and they don’t even play much at all in the climax. Sadting was Harvo’s rendition of a track that had acoustic and electronic instruments collaborate together in a calm relaxing way. The drop is not included in this sample below, it comes together as a smooth collaboration between piano, strings, and mallets, creating something uplifting and full of movement, whilst also not exceeding the relaxed energy level of the track.

Big Sad

Big sad started a whole year ago, and was in fact released by Harvo a few months after that. Big Sad stuck with Harvo though even after the release, it was still Harvo’s party trick to play it on the piano, it always left people feeling sad and weird inside. So a whole year later it’s been given a polish. Brand new and sparkling clean, here is the RE mixed version of Harvo’s favourite; Big Sad. To say not much has changed would be a lie, the whole track was completely re recorded and produced, not one sound survives from the older track haha! The new track strips back Big Sad to it’s melodies and ideas, and completely rebuilds it as something more melodic, more tear inspiring. Big sad is the perfect uplifting and crying soundtrack.