Similar music to The Children Of MH17 by Sascha Ende
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Mysterious cinematic music, perfect as background music for you dangerous, epic environment.
Diminished chords, tremolo You'll recognize them. This piece is only as long as it needs to be.
This is dark and concerning - like the lights-out bonus level on your hidden object game. Almost exactly like that. As if it was written for the dark bonus level of a hidden object game. Just as if.
Small calm transition; descending wind ensemble blending to ascending string ensemble. Short, and efficient!
Oh no! The dolphin has an ethereal choir stuck in her blow-hole! Someone get the extractor tool, quick! [Full Version available in extended download]
I chose the sound palate, and then assembled the piece without listening to it. The interesting bit is that it was assembled visually - looking at the waveform profiles. This is my first one, and the sound selections are all amiable. I am unsure of the genre. Trance?
Darkly plodding, this staccato piano piece is the tense setting for the classic silent film scene: the heroine is tied to the train tracks, the steam engine train plugging along towards her. The chug-a-chug feel is maintained by a tense hammering of the chords in triplets, depicting machinery or chaos set in motion without an end in sight.
Floating. Still but moving. Ambient and atmospheric. Low strings with higher flourishes.
Dark and broody, this one starts thin, gets really muddy, and then releases to a faster clearer section. Where would I use this? No idea. I'm sure you'll think of something, though! You can download this in uncompressed format here! Download comes with individual tracks so you can make your own mixes.
A disturbingly sweet melody on an electric piano is accompanied with a slow and steady beat. Synth sounds undulate in the background, fighting for prominence. They ultimately melt away, leaving the piano melody to play one last despair-filled refrain.