In “Epoch,” four instruments come together to create a dramatic sense of gravity and tension. The song begins slowly with piano and quickly grows in both body and intensity with the addition of double bass, violin, and trumpet.

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Equal parts mischievous and sinister, “Bump in the Night” features strings, brass, flute, and a host of haunting noises to spookify your project.

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Fitting for projects in the sci-fi genre, “Echoes in the Ether” is a futuristic-sounding jam that builds gradually with saturated synthesizers and bit-crushed percussion.

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Comprised of edgy synthesizers and other electronic instruments, “Line Runner” could help you heighten the level of suspense or sense of danger in your project.

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Like a storm cloud, “Illumination” bursts forth with classical piano arpeggios backed by suspenseful orchestration and ominous percussion. Use this song to give your project a sense of cinematic grandeur with a side of impending doom.

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“The Afterglow” is a thrilling cinematic score featuring emotive piano, somber strings, epic percussion, and more. Use this high-energy song to raise the stakes in your next project.

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Haunting and suspenseful, “Premonition” could serve as the perfectly frightening trailer music for a thriller or horror project. In the short track, a gradual crescendo builds suspense while eerie synthesizers, toy piano, and spooky noises create a sense of lurking danger.

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Organic and electronic sounds collide in “Skyriver.” The song begins with light acoustic percussion and gradually gains body with the addition of arpeggiated synthesizer, battle drums, double bass, and other instruments. After the crescendo and climax, a classical orchestra caps the arrangement, slowing the arpeggio to half-time.

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Ominous and foreboding, “Upside Down” would serve well as the suspenseful trailer music of a horror or thriller film. This eerie but epic track builds gradually with battle drums, sci-fi synthesizer, metallic clangs and screeches, dissonant strings, and more otherworldly sounds.

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