|On the Cool Side
"On the Cool Side"
Instruments: Bass, Kit, Trumpet, Tenor Sax, EP
Feel: Dark, Unnerving, Mysterious
|An Upsetting Theme
"An Upsetting Theme"
Instruments: Orchestral - Bass, Glock, Cello
Feel: Unnerving, Mysterious, Eerie, Intense
Double Basses and glockenspiel - with some cellos thrown in. Dark, dark, dark! This bit got removed from a soundtrack I recorded. I still like it!
Instruments: Small Ensemble - Harpsichord, Bass
Feel: Dark, Unnerving, Mysterious, Eerie
Harpsichord in tritones with a bass pedal.
Instruments: Orchestral - Full
Feel: Intense, Action, Epic, Driving, Mysterious,
Full orchestra plus piano. This is a long piece with several dynamic changes. Semi-heroic at times.
|Professor and the Plant
"Professor and the Plant"
Instruments: Small Ensemble - Harp, Bassoon, Trumpet, Glock
Feel: Dark, Humorous, Mysterious
Two short pieces in one file. Deliberate clockwork theme.
Feel: Uplifting, Mysterious, Dark
Opening theme I wrote for Nosferatu. Striking chord structure. Sweet melody.
Instruments: Synth, Chimes
Feel: Driving, Action, Unnerving, Dark, Mysterious, Suspenseful
Slow fade in with source recordings from a carnival, leading to a clean sharp synth and round synth. Tubular bells and glock add interest later.
Feel: Dark, Driving, Mysterious
Sort of a dark dance piece. Interesting things happen regularly.
Download "Guess Who" as mp3
Credit this piece by copying the following to your credits section:
Guess Who Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License
Instruments: Piano, Harpsichord, Electric Guitar, Cellos, Bassoons, Oboe, Glock, Drum Kit
Feel: Dark, Driving, Humorous, Mysterious
Bizarre mix of orchestral setting with a power guitar and drum set.
Feel: Dark, Mysterious, Humorous
Short Theme in two tempos for your bad guy.
||Silent Film Score
|Simple Music to Frighten Small Children By
"Simple Music to Frighten Small Children By"
Feel: Dark, Bouncy, Mysterious
If the title doesn't say it... The sound was accomplished by recording a piano, doubling the recording and pitching one down almost an octave while pitching the other up almost an octave.