A short film or television drama cue, suitable for crime thriller, mystery or an intense drama. Ticking rhythm, pensive movement, building to a crescendo. Perhaps a terrible realization or a gruesome discovery.
A dark, edgy and gritty, slow but aggressive Dubstep track. Mangled and distorted synthesizers stutter and pump, with a mechanical, robotic, relentless and hard edged beat. Atmospheric, unstable, nasty. Sci-fi, sports, motorsports, conflict, mayhem.
Great track for a trailer. Ambient introduction turns in to an orchestral driving rock track in the style of Danny Elfman. Big sound. Bombastic.
Inspired by film maker and composer John Carpenter, this is a homage to his masterpiece The Thing, starring Kurt Russell. Ominous blend of synthesizers and orchestral horns, with a repetitive tense motif.
A darkly ambient, threatening and unnerving underscore. Suitable for tense and pensive drama scenes, reality show, documentary, dangerous situations, nervous undertow.
Tires squealing, sirens blaring, adrenalin flowing. The Chase begins. Dramatic, suspenseful, powerful track mixing electronic and orchestral elements. Perfect for a CSI style tv show or opening credits for a thriller movie
Tense suspenseful heist in action track. Hybrid of modern electronic, rock and percussion. Heart pounding edge of your seat, nail biting worry. Time ticking with only seconds left to get out or get the bad guys.
A pensive and mysterious underscore, suitable for crime investigation, dark drama or documentary. Nervous and with a sense of movement, ticking time, hidden clues waiting to be discovered.
Slow chords, ominous and serious, full orchestra. Good as underscore for drama, scifi. Also for crime, spy conspiracy and personal turmoil, conflict.