This is a 6 track pack, containing royaltyfree hybrid industrial and electro music designed and specifically tailored to motion picture and video game advertising campaigns, including teasers, trailers, commercials, media entertainment ads, promos, as well as for powerful opening titles, endings, movie placements. It’s ideal for genres from action, horror, post-apocalyptic zombie thrillers to comic-book super-hero blockbusters and science fiction saga. It works in shooter games (especially violent ones: zombies, aliens, first person, third person shooters), cops, special ops and terrorists plots and an epic final battle between Good and Evil, men and zombies in an apocalyptic face-off. The arrangements and compositions are aimed at editors, music supervisors and other media needs, for cinema, television or internet. It can be used for car commercials or extreme sports spots.
1. Hybrid Legacy Trailer 2:33
The track has the standard trailer length of 2 minutes and a half, containing all the dynamic changes, crescendos, buildups an epic cinematic trailer requires. It starts with a dark pad, a cool wobble bass and electronic orchestral atmospherics and risers, sounding eerie and horror. An intriguing harp arpeggio emerges and the atmosphere becomes more serious. The soft sound of the harp makes it suitable for fantasy or middle ages theme based movies or rpg games. The staccato strings offer the thriller suspense your action packed visuals need. The mysterious breakdown confirms the SF nature, as more modulated electro basses deepen the sense of urgency, before the final stage when everything adds up for one final grand buildup, exploding in an ominous unnatural synth horn hit. Multiple electronic layers and effects send this into science fiction territory, becoming the perfect underscore for a futuristic bike chase, involving androids and other robots fighting humanity for the tron of the planet.
2. Unearthly Machines Trailer 1:16
A short hybrid and cinematic track. It begins with four massive hits, sounding like alien weapons or ships destroying Earth and depleting the planet of its resources. The sound is nonhuman and soulless, the true brute force of a machine. After a cinematic string crescendo and sub bass drop, the track evolves into a cool and dynamic groove, suitable for a fast pace montage, in the style of teaser trailers. The gigantic hits are heard at regular intervals, making the track easy to edit and edit to. Different electro glitches and distortions add even more extraterrestrial and epic flavor. After a final crescendo, one final big hit and five fast ones leave your ears devastated. The final hits are designed with a movie tagline in mind, as for the end of a trailer, when something like GET READY SUMMER 2017 3D IMAX comes on the screen.
3. Digital Battlefield Teaser 1:16
In the style of modern film scores by Two Steps from Hell, Brian Tyler, Jukka Rintamäki and Johan Skugge and clocking in at 1:15, this track offers the perfect amount of tension buildup to enhance anticipation and make any visual seem even cooler. Like any somber trailer music it starts dark and various effects create an atmosphere of mystery and danger. The drive is based on a deep bass kick groove, working with multiple mad glitches and chopped fx to create a background suitable for any action sequence, SEAL or special ops mission. The sound is raw with distorted guitar stabs and crunchy synths keeping things brutal, harsh and unpolished. Orchestral timpani and taikos aid with bringing this back to the cinematic territory, but this is the theme of an antihero, taking the action to the max in a jungle mission fighting warlords and villains.
4. Darkest Before Dawn 3:28
Dark yet uplifting, dynamic and solemn, in the style of Junkie XL or M83, the track has a dramatic feel and scope, with a triumphant and heroic sound, but at its core it’s emotional, expressed through the sentimental melodies of the synth plucks, reminiscent of dream pop or catchy modern EDM with memorable hooks. It’s a combination of the glorious and majestic classical strings and futuristic electronic layers, for a timeless appeal for any story of epic proportions. Constructed on an intense driving bass riff, keeping the energy up throughout the track, accompanied by string ostinatos with gravitas and thundering massive orchestral percussion taikos, here to build that blockbuster print, heard in superhero sagas. The ostinatos, doubled by analog and digital electro arpeggios, cater to all musical needs of a technological project which is cgi heavy. The melodic parts also suggests the power to overcome obstacles and hardship and stand strong in the face of oblivion. The speed of the bassline and grand violin section work with timelapse videos or life and death chase sequences. The evolving build-up arrangement make it easy to edit and a flawless match for a sci-fi immersive game or a popular action-adventure Hollywood young adult type of successful trilogy, comic books or graphic novels inspired.
5. Alien Threat Teaser 1:00
Designed for powerful and stomping intros for motion graphics reels and video game cues, it’s influenced by industrial, orchestral, future bass and aggressive electronica and artists like Machine Head, providing both a cutting edge approach and futuristic sound design. The exactly one minute duration makes this perfect for tv spots and commercials. It begins with four massive megahorn hits, sounding like alien spaceship weapons or Earth shattering meteoroid destroying the planet in some dystopian scifi franchise trilogy set in 2049. The inferno atmospherics create a unsettling and ominous specter. After a buildup crescendo and a sub bass drop, the track evolves into a combo of gritty apocalyptic pads and an 80s style electro analog bass pulsing with suspense tension. After a hellish swoosh filled buildup, the cue ends with 4 final bass hits, designed specifically for titles, openers and revealers. Gigantic thunder hits and taiko rolls are heard at regular intervals, making the track easy to edit and edit to, especially for fast montages. Different electro glitches and distortions add even more SF extraterrestrial flavor.
6. Multiple Hostiles Approaching 1:30
Various sub basses, glitches create heart pounding buildups and apocalyptic atmospheres here. The exactly 90 second duration makes this perfect for tv spots and commercials and guarantees to leave a lasting mark on your listeners, viewers and audience. It is based around a massive analog bass riff, combined with futuristic percussion and transition fx, reminiscent of alien spaceships or space races and chases, laser weapons and menacing extraterrestrial forces destroying the planet is some mayhem. At a tempo typically featured in dnb music, it offers speed and tension, while maintaining a dynamic analog sheen, suitable for retro 80s science fiction. The creepy digital blade type textures, brooding drones, killer bass and beat drops create an action cue in the vein of current film and television soundtracks. You get aggressive and destructive orchestral and electronic elements, plus grimy sound design with heavy, dirty distortions and wobbles, sinister soundscapes with edgy undertones, risers and thundering impacts.