Similar music to Myst on the Moor by Kevin MacLeod
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The series especially for filmmakers: tension-filled, non-intrusive rady to go background music, atmos and effects for any mood. With an extended license you get all 7 single channels to adjust the sound individually to your film project.
Inspiring, emotional and dreamy cinematic track featuring warm orchestral strings, voices and ambient synths.
A quick little piece to bring out supernatural elements.
Heavenly, inspiring and slightly mysterious track made with beautiful choir and orchestra. Rising/Emotional
Mysterious, adventure and epic track made with sound design, drums, strings, synths and more. Soundtrack/Video Games/Futuristic
Flautando (flute-tone) violins provide a bed for this slow-moving piece. Uncompressed aif files are available for purchase. They include all of the individual parts so you can do your own mixes. Get them here!
Semi-beautiful and flawed piano melody contrasts with industrial percussion. This piece has three distinct movements. This piece along with 2 other horror/suspense pieces are available for full uncompressed downloads - with individual parts if you would like to make your own mix.
Cymbals and synthesizers evoke swarming insects, as whirring and clicking noises abound with heavy reverb.
Oh! The horror! This is NOT a fun piece. It WILL make you feel like there is something seriously wrong. Did those veins on my forearm always look like that? I mean, they're doing a weird criss-cross pattern... and they look REALLY blue. I would have noticed that before, surely! I wonder if this has anything to do with the meteor that came down in Mr. Wilson's pond last night? Uncompressed download comes with 4 stem files in case you don't need all the creepy, all the time.
A creepy ambient track ending in a orchestral setting. The last part can easily be cut out if wanted. So can the first part! Originally written as a band intro.
Could be the thinking music for a quiz show about the paranormal? "Where does the Sasquatch typically vacation... is it A, The High Mountains... B, Unexplored Cave Systems... C, Graceland... or D, In another dimension - similar to, but not strongly coupled with our own reality. Take your time and answer whenever you're ready.... A, B, C, or D... Would you like to consult the Tarot or do an entrail reading?" I love the flute bits in this piece. You can download this in uncompressed format here. Download comes with individual tracks so you can make your own mixes.
A low rumble marks the seconds. Out of nowhere comes nothing! Just a continuous ominous force, never seen. You can see the ominous force if you sprinkle some iron filing around. Ambient cinematic music. Kinda dark, kinda mysterious. No big changes throughout the piece, so this can easily be cut and edited down to your preferences.