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*drum rollllllllll* Huzzah! Here it is! Scores and scores of epic writing music tracks to satisfy whatever style or taste you may be looking for! Your life was just made wayyy easier. Comment if there are any tracks you'd like to add to one of these playlists. Click here to learn more about the SoundFuel project and its curator.
 // Note: YouTube playlist descriptions are still being written/under construction! Be sure to check this page often for new playlists! //

















 










 






































37 comments:

  1. Can you add some action/battle cues from Lord of the Rings/The Hobbit to the action/battle playlist? Two of my favorites are Kazad-dum and Helm's Deep (Isengard is good too).

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    1. Sure thing! I thought I had, but I think that might have been just in the Classics playlist.

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  2. Do you have a playlist for spy/secret agent type things? (like Bourne and James bond etc etc.)

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    1. That's a good idea Adriana, no I don't yet! Will have to make one.

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    2. Am I just missing it, or did you never make this playlist? Because it's definitely a good idea.

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  3. SUCH a cool idea, Leah. Just...wow. Thank you so much.

    -- Amanda

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  4. LEAH. THIS IS AWESOME. This must have taken you forever. Here, have some "you totally deserve this" chocolate. (Green tea-flavored, of course.)

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    1. *devours the chocolate happily* Thanks Lily! ^_^

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  5. This is so cool! I'm always looking for instrumentals that give me a certain feeling for when I'm trying to write a scene. This is the best place ever!

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  6. I use this site ALL the time now! Thank yous o much!!

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  7. This is incredible! Thank you so much! I do have one idea for a playlist, though: The Ancient World. Thanks so much for all your hard work!

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  8. I don't know if this track is in one of these categories, but Titan's Spirit by Trevor Rabin is AMAZING inspirational music

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    1. It wasn't, but now it is! Thanks for sharing!

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  9. I love this idea, I've searched for something like it forever, but I hear nothing. My volume is up, I am on a Mac...what am I doing wrong?

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  10. Yay! I got it working and what a splendid idea this is. Thank you so much for all you hard work putting this together and sharing.I not only write to your lists now but knit to them as well.
    Thanks again!

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    1. Glad you got it working, Carolyn! :D Happy writing/knitting!

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  11. Love the whole idea of this blog! Might I suggest you check out the soundtrack from the videogame Radiant Historia? It's a wonderful set of songs, and there's a lovely piano recording of several of them by Yoko Shimomura... I would start with her rendition of "The Machinist Kingdom", if you do check them out. They're all available on YouTube! Best of luck moving forward :)

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    1. Will look into those, Reed, thanks for the suggestions!

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  12. I do not know where this would fit in, but I love listening to this song while I'm writing. It really pumps me up. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XYKUeZQbMF0
    I LOVE listening to all of these songs. Its really hard trying to find music to listen to while your writing. Or sometimes even to do chores with!!:D THANK YOU!!!!!!!:D

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    1. Heart of Courage, one of my personal favorites! <3 It's already on multiple playlists, I believe. Thanks for commenting, Braxee!

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  13. Thank you so much for creating this wonderful site! It inspires me and helps me write some difficult scenes, I think every writer (or just everyone) need to use this site! Thank you so much!

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  14. Thank you for this! Helps me get in the mood when I'm writing.

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  15. do you have any playlists for a creative imaginary world? (kind of upbeat and whimsical)

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  16. You. Rock.
    That is all that need be said.

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  17. literally hyperventalating here! I WISH I COULD SUBSCRIBE TO THIS A MILLION TIMES! YOU ARE A LIVE SAFER! Do you know how many hours I spend looking for music for the four current novels I am in the process of writing? HOURS!!!!! THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU!!!!

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  18. *Hyperventilating, excuse me, I was writing fast.

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  19. OOH! Can you add Ennio Morricone's The Ecstasy of Gold (the good the bad and the ugly) to your western playlist?

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  20. My hat is off to you dear! You have just categorized like every song or playlist I have listened to! I love it! everything I love, right here!

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  21. OOOOOO and the assassination of jessie james by the coward robert ford soundtrack in your western playlist!!!!

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  22. This is simply awesome! A great alternative when I need something besides my own Zimmer tracks.

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  23. Okay so I wrote a really long and heartfelt message earlier, but then it got deleted and I'm too lazy to retype it all. So in short the message was asking for a new category, A thriller/horror category, to go with horror novels. I don't get the right feel with the suspense as it is more fantasy, and the Darkside category is more intense sequences then a prolonged, scare feel. Please not I'm not trying to degrade your site I just thought I would give a little input that might help you, and me.

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  24. Could you maybe make a playlist that's more of budding romance than full-fledged, already there romance? So music that's a bit tender, or unsure, with a hint of romance, or like a small spark of intrigue that hints at more to come? The 'romance/love' playlist is great but it feels as if it's only ideal for scenes in which the people are already deep in love so i was thinking of something more new, like budding romance instead?

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  25. This is awesome!!! Thank you for doing all these playlists!!

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  26. You are amazing! Thank you so much for this :)

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