The pack contains various cinematic underscores: these tracks don’t have a catchy theme or melody; they stay quite subtle (sometimes more, sometimes less) to emphasize and underline a scene in a movie, a video promo or a commercial.
Here’s what you will find into the zip file, with a short description:
– Cinematic Tension Builder (2:11) this is one of my favourite of the pack. I composed it thinking about the classic thriller tv series recap, when the video editors assemble the most dramatic scenes to take the audience to the climax.
It could work for trailers too, since it has a couple of crescendo (even if less epic than my trailer stuff in my portfolio).
– Dark (1:25) When I heard the percussions used by Hans Zimmer for his scores I said:”Cool! Synth stuff blended with real instruments!” So, in this track I tried to create a drum loop from scratch using a synthesizer and then I’ve layered it with other drums samples and orchestral elements. I’m pretty satisfied with the dark mood achieved. (Looping version included)
– Crime (1:16) This suspenseful track features creepy drones, dramatic atmosphere and big toms and drums. Useful for scoring a crime scene, a thriller/horror movie or a dark videogame.
– Cinematic Underscore 1 (1:51) Dramatic and emotional background track which deserves a listen just for the solo strings of the last part: so dark and sentimental!
– Dark Thrilling Background (1:13) Many drones and scary ambiences here, in this rarefied background; very useful for investigations and researches in mysterious places, in videogames or movies.
– Military (1:23) We’ve got the snares, the angry brass and the patriotic french horns, so we are definitely ready to advertise guns, score a war movie or videogame and so on. Maybe it’s a little bit cliché sounding but I like the mood (Looping version included).