Cartoon-esque horror track. Fun and fast paced, with an oompah style beat, featuring quick harpsichord and musicbox runs, theremin lead and wurlitzer background organ. Strings - pizzicato and shorts - help keep it playful while still portraying its creepy and ghostly theme.
Short comic horror motif. Quirky and creepy through the use of theremin and glockenspiel, the witchy cackles and background sound effects add to the jumping harpsichord theme to create an impending sense of someone coming for you. Better hide.
Orchestral (hybrid) track, featuring piano, strings, brass and FX. A lulling, yet dissonant piano theme takes centre stage, accompanied by legato violins and various chilling percussive effects to a sharp climax, before returning to the more sedate, yet unsettling motif. Edgy and intense, with an unresolved ending.
Hauntingly tense piano based track. Dark and atmospheric from the start, using a simple repeated piano theme, and enhanced by subtle, dissonant strings and choir to create suspense, the piece remains stable but varied throughout - synth pulses and percussion add movement, cello adds melancholy, glockenspiel adds lightness. The slow pace adds to the dramatic tension so you're left in no doubt that something must be lurking nearby.
Background horror soundscape incorporating orchestral clusters and swarms, choral effects and various textures in order to create a tense atmosphere. Also using slow building risers and hits makes this more than just an ambient piece, giving a useable, more diverse track to match visuals to. Dark and agitated, perfect for horror, suspense and thriller genres.
Horror soundscape theme. What starts as an atmospheric horror build up of risers, metal hits, orchestral swarms and harmonics, harp glissandi and random percussive elements finally breaks into a short, off-beat orchestral string theme. Diabolically dramatic with no sense of tempo but a strong sense of tension, it's a track to catch you off guard and keep you guessing.