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Scare Tactics

Glitchedtones

Scare Tactics is a collection of unsettling atonal textures, menacing drones, abstract hits and ghostly transitions, providing all of the elements needed to construct convincingly creepy horror scenes full of dark ambience, jump scares and ominous presence.

$24.00

Created using a combination of heavily-processed string instruments, manipulated field recordings and cutting-edge synthesis techniques, these production-ready sounds can be dropped straight into your project out of the box or further tweaked and tailored to your liking with your tools of choice.

Prepare to unleash some serious Scare Tactics on to your audience!

As a bonus, we’ve also included raw recordings of Bells, Violins and a custom-built Waterphone from our friends at 344 Audio in Manchester, UK, as well as recordings of a Prepared Zither from the Glitchedtones archives!

Full Pack Contents:
40 Abstract Textures
20 Drones
100 Oneshot Jump Scare Elements
40 Transitions/Passbys

Bonus Content – Instrument Recordings:

36 Prepared Zither
36 Bells (Choice of Dynamic or Condenser Mic versions)
186 Violin (Choice of Dynamic or Condenser Mic versions)
130 Waterphone (Choice of Dynamic or Condenser Mic versions)

Please note, Prepared Zither recordings are at 24/48, everything else is 24/96

Product Specs

Product Number:

GT-ST

Current Version:

1.0

Total Size of Samples:

1.74 GB

Total Number of Files:

588

Format and Resolution:

.WAV 96k 24bit

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Metadata:

License Description:

Single user license, royalty-free - for a multi-user license, click here

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Glitchedtones is a UK-based sound effects label with a focus on bringing unique audio content to media producers of all genres. Specializing in glitch elements using unconventional sound generators and recording techniques, the Glitchedtones output is perfect for anyone seeking audio with an edge. Feedback loops, granular synthesis, databending, circuit bent toys and more are exploited to deliver a versatile palette of unique sounds suited to a variety of multimedia projects.