A tune of fright and delight, “Munsters” centers around a menacing piano melody. Church organ and theremin give the song a paranormal vibe, while an uncomplicated drum beat ties it all together.

An immersive tune with sweeping ambient synth pads and a chill electronic beat, “Exit” will give your projects a generous dose of calm with a side helping of sci-fi. (Listening experience is best with headphones.)

Escape to a delicious world of beefy bass lines, soft synths, and ’80s-era vibes. “Persona” is a short, laidback tune featuring two cohesive progressions and creamy mix of electronic instruments.

Subsonic synthesizer is the driving force behind “Invasion” — a menacing electronic tune. Following a single melody that grows in complexity over time, this track would make for a great futuristic-sounding theme song.

Dripping with delay and atmospheric static, “Victoria” recreates the soft, dreamy experience of a rainy winter afternoon. Synth pads join lo-fi piano and distant percussion to form a cascading organic arrangement.

Bob your head along to “New Normal.” Comprised of synthesizers and drum machine, this retro electronic piece will give whatever you’re working on a delightfully innocent sound.

Full of thrills and chills, “Witching Hour” is a spooky soundtrack with sneaky undertones. The song opens with a busy mix of eclectic instruments and paranormal sound effects before downshifting to a jazzy arrangement in 3/4 time. Then, after a blood-curdling scream, the tune returns to its mischievous motif.

Though it starts with a somber chord progression, “Foreign Body” ultimately launches into an exhilarating electronic arrangement. Give your project a jolt with fast piano arpeggios, oscillating synthesizers, and a danceable drum beat.

Take your project to that formless place between wakefulness and sleep with this soundtrack of unreality. “Was It All a Dream?” features a warbly synthesizer, mechanical Mellotron strings, and other curious tones. Though most of the song follows a neutral melody, things end on a darker note as the arrangement fades into oblivion.

A soft, arpeggiated synthesizer gives “Planetary Beings” its signature out-of-this-world sound. Use it to suggest feelings of both promise and mystery in your projects.