A little evil dubstep to sound the alarm!
All right, for the last segment of Horror 101 I am going to combine the last two lessons into one. They are, More Gore… or Lore? and Get Personal. More Gore or Lore is a question you need to ask yourself. What kind of horror are you going for? What is your target audience? Do […]
An odd dubstep track, but it’s from a Halloween album, so it’s supposed to be odd. Big sales on Music Production Software Big sales on Loop and Sample Packs
Now, I have already harped on about trying to make them realistic. The only thing I would like to add, or stress further really since I have touched on it, is to make them like real people. Don’t just use the typical stock character cliches. Even if you are doing a story about a group […]
This section is about mystery. Or more generally story hooks. Not every kind of horror benefits from a mystery, but if you can give people something to investigate, it can be a good hook. You can use a mystery to both intrigue your audience, and give your main character(s) a reason to keep going. People […]
Creepy dubstep. From a concept album called Beast of Blue River.
Now, part 6 is about too much information. In the first three parts we looked into how you use information to create various types of fear responses in people. Then we went into using wrongness juxtaposed (contrasted) with realism. In this segment we will be going back to information control, because it is vital. I […]
What’s halloween without some spooky music?
Creepy Halloween music.
Last week we had a pack of Crazy dubstep sounds, this week’s is EVIL! Mwuah HA HA HA! This is Dubstep meets ghost house. Horror movie music meets Skrillex. It’s dark, it’s creepy and it’s all good. Dubstep tends to be kind of dark because of the distorted sounds. But this is a whole different […]