To celebrate Hallowe’en this year, we’re offering you 30% off four of our most thrilling libraries, chosen by our founder, Christian Henson.
In every horror movie — from psychological thrillers to white-knuckle horror and cult classics — the music and sound design is what really makes your hairs stand on end. Designed specifically for horror movie scoring, these four libraries will add tension, suspense and drama to your scores.
Choose Bernard Herrmann Composer Toolkit for Psycho-inspired string and orchestral arrangements, or Angular String Evolutions for suspenseful and atmospheric evolving strings. We also bring you two unconventional percussion libraries: Scraped Percussion, for all those short, sharp shocks, and HG2O, a beautiful, atmospheric water-based instrument, to add eerie, glistening beauty.
Dynamic and suspenseful dry stage orchestral innovation, inspired by the 'Psycho' composer
Orchestral Innovation Inspired By A Legend
Progressive scraped and bowed percussion, for thriller and horror movie scores
Progressive scraped, rubbed and bowed percussion
Tense, scary, spine-tingling chamber string evolutions
Tense, Spine-Tingling Evolutions
Spitfire's experimental take on the Waterphone, a cinematic percussion classic, recorded at AIR Studios
An Eerie Percussion Classic
It’s been a year since we released Inside The Score, a never-before-seen vlog style online series, documenting the entire process of composing original music for a feature length horror film. Equipped with handheld cameras, composers Homay Schmitz and Oliver Patrice Weder reveal every detail, from their first meeting with the director, through to the final movie entering prestigious international film festivals.
IT Chapter Two — composed by Benjamin Wallfisch
Midsommar — composed by The Haxan Cloak
Us — composed by Michael Abels
The Haunting of Hill House — composed by The Newton Brothers