It's a genre that's vaguely cropped up over the last 20 years or so. It incorporates the use of classical orchestra with modern rhythms and sometimes combining brass and choir. Soundtrack is the music you hear in your favorite tv shows, movies, and videogames, while trailer music is what's used in media adverts for those three. It's technically nonmainstream music, so not many people listen to it. However, I've listened to it since the mid-2000s and frankly it gives me orgasms. I'm even going to college to get a major in Music Composition and Theory to actually write that kind of music, perhaps even later working with wellknown composers for this genre. With this thread I will try to post a cool trailer music each day (since this is a presentation thread I believe double/triple posting and such is allowed on my end). Feel free to comment and/or post soundtrack/trailer music that you like as well. I'll start with this one: Future World Music - "To The Rescue" Spoiler: Click here to read what media this was featured in This music was featured in the first official trailer to the film "The Golden Compass", a film based on probably one of my favorite book trilogies ever. The film was too religiously controversial (because of the books) and its cliffhanger for a sequel was scrapped because a sequel was never acquired by New Line... and it's the most likely reason why New Line got bought by Warner Bros.