Whether you are working on a short film or need background sounds for your podcast or any other media project, the “Widescreen Horror” sound set will allow you to easily create a tension, suspended feel, and dark atmosphere soundtrack.
From low-end dark texture pads, through mid-range soundscapes and theme melodies to one-shot horror sound effects. Simply combine those sounds in any media editing software (*needs to accept wav and mp3 files format) to achieve a professional soundtrack in minutes.
Pick one audio file from the low folder and layer it with any of the mid or top (or both) folder files to achieve a cinematic and beautiful soundtrack.
How to use:
- In any video or sound/music editing software, start your project. Then simply start dragging and dropping sound files from the four included in the pack folders.
- Make sure that at any given moment in your timeline there is a maximum of only one file from each of the folders. In other words, you can layer up to four sounds as long as each one of those sounds comes from a different folder.
- Experiment by reversing sounds, or replacing the “Widescreen Horror” sounds with equivalent “Widescreen Cinematic” or “Widescreen Epic” (purchased separately) sound (i.e. replacing low pad sound from one pack with a sound that is included in the “low folder” in the other pack).
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Simply, pick one audio file from the low folder and layer it with any of the mid or top (or both) folder files to achieve a cinematic and beautiful soundtrack.
+600 dark cinematic audio files are included.