Top 10 background music for cartoons on SoundSpect

Find out the top 10 background music for cartoons that you can use!

Back in the 19th century, people have discovered a new way of fun and storytelling which is called cartoons! Using background music for cartoons is a necessary part of this genre. This is the type of illustration, a non-realistic story, where all the characters are drawn and screened. Even when the TV has not been colorized and the stories were black and white, music has always been a part of cartoons. For that obvious reason, our Soundpsect industry is now going to present to you the top 10 tracks for cartoons that you can use!

  • Wicked Cartoon Characters (A – Main Track)

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If you are looking to create a cartoon that has, “Pink Panther style” where everything is suspicious and unexpected, this track can be the right option for you! Mystery, tension, unexpected feeling, etc. are some of the emotions that you will feel. The track consists of drums and trumpets and these instruments are definitely giving a mysterious atmosphere.

  • Chasing In The Darkness (A – Main Track)

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When planning to write a good story and screened it into a cartoon, remember that you should think about the plot. In order to give your plot the right atmosphere and to improve your cartoon story, one of the tracks from the music for cartoons list can be this one. Chasing in the darkness gives a feeling of adrenaline, unexpected situations, and it makes the story go even faster.

  • Dance of the Clouds

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Fairy tales cartoons are really popular even these days. Kids love fairy tales and mostly, they identify with the main characters. The following free music for cartoons ”Dance of the clouds” is suitable for cartoons that are representing fairy tales and imaginary worlds. Music is magical and it is giving you a feeling that you are on the clouds all time! This track can be really suitable for use as the background music for cartoons.

  • Very Busy

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The ”Very busy” soundtrack is also one of the good options when you are looking to find royalty free music for cartoons. What makes this track magnificent is the rhythm. When you play it, you will hear that the rhythm is slow, but fulfilled with a special atmosphere that is also dynamic. So, if you are looking for a track that can fit in any type of your cartoon, this style can be suitable for your needs!

  • Fairy Tale Beauty

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We have already mentioned that fairy tales are common and popular in today’s cartoons. If you are looking specifically for the background music for cartoons that has a fairy tale style and atmosphere, our beauty can be the right option for you! A piano is dominant in this track, it also has a loving atmosphere, and it is very peaceful and relaxing.

  • Fairytale Bliss

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If you are looking for classical music for cartoons for your fairy tale story, consider this song. For the end of the fairy tale story, this track can fit in really good. Imagine the scene where prince and princess are finally together and now it comes the part where they are living happily ever after. Fairytale bills track will give that type of atmosphere! This is one more free background music for cartoons which you can use under conditions described on Licensing page.

Using background music for cartoons will help viewers to connect emotionally with the action
Using background music for cartoons will help audience to connect with the action
  • Discovering Joy

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Every cartoon has a happy end where the good wins the evil. In order to point the end of the cartoon, you should have a strong, emotional, and specific track that you can use for the end. Discovering joy is the right type of that kind of the track. It start slowly with a piano only and then it culminates and other instruments are joining a piano.

  • New Lands Journey (Main Loop Track)

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Remember that classical music for cartoons will always be popular. Let’s take an example of Tom and Jerry. In every episode, you have the classical music the whole time which follows the story of the cat and mouse chasing. Using classical tracks for your cartoon will make your cartoon unique and special. The New Lands Journey has that type of classical style and atmosphere that you can use when creating a cartoon.

  • Into The Storm

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Another classical music style is Into the storm. Similar to the previous soundtrack, this track has classical instruments that are culminating at some point. This track can follow more than one scene in your cartoon and it growing from the beginning until the end.

  • Sad Girl

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For a sad scene or for the end of a cartoon, Sad girl soundtrack can fit in really good. A piano is again a dominant instrument and the sounds are very sensitive and emotional. So, if your story in cartoon has some sad scenes or perhaps sad ending, remember this soundtrack.

We have presented to you the top 10 background music for cartoons that you can use in your work. We also have to mention that there are plenty of other soundtracks on our website. As you can see, all of these soundtracks are different and they are special in their own way. We hope that some of them can be suitable for your needs. If you have any further questions, feel free to reach us and get your tracks for your new cartoon now!