Instruments: Drums, Rattles
Feel: Dark, Driving, Epic, Mysterious, Mystical
Native American drumming with a deep dark drive. Slowly picks up in speed throughout.
Instruments: Piano, synths
Feel: Calming, Relaxed
Highly processed piano and synths that provide a deep, contemplative texture.
|Classic Horror 3
"Classic Horror 3"
Feel: Dark, Intense, Mysterious, Unnerving
Alternate tuning is very apparent here, Deep voicing lends a very ominous quality. Sounds more like the mind of someone who is breaking.
|Long Note Three
"Long Note Three"
Instruments: Strings, Synths
Feel: Dark, Mysterious, Somber, Suspenseful
A very long dark note. Use under dialog, or to kill site noise.
|Long Note Two
"Long Note Two"
Instruments: Basses, Violins, Piano
Feel: Dark, Eerie, Mysterious, Suspenseful, Unnerving
Heavy effects on an arhythmic piano, and very deep bass.
Feel: Dark, Eerie, Mysterious, Unnerving
Could be breathing, could be the wind, it is very dark, and kind of disturbing.
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Bama Country Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
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Instruments: Harmonica, Violin, Guitar, Bass, Kit, Accordion
Feel: Bouncy, Bright, Grooving
Deep South-type country music.
Instruments: Percussion, Bass Flute, Alto Flute, Xylophone, Synths, Strings
Feel: Dark, Driving, Eerie, Mysterious, Mystical
Earthy, yet unearthly. Deep and rich with things amiss.
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|Halls of the Undead
"Halls of the Undead"
Instruments: Pipe Organ, Percussion, Choir, Oboe, Tubas, Trombones, Chimes, French Horns
Feel: Dark, Eerie, Epic, Mysterious
Deep dark background undercurrent.
|Touching Moments Two - Higher
"Touching Moments Two - Higher"
Feel: Relaxed, Somber
Only notes from the very highest registers of the piano are used in this. It can cut through ambient noise and still provide a presence.
This is a dark and eerie arrhythmic thing with deep lows and cutting highs. Experimental only in the personal sense - I just got GarageBand, and I'm seeing what the (very nice) electronic effects can do.