Mad Scientist

These bizarre instrumentals and soundscapes will give you chills as you envision a mad scientist (or anyone that “ain’t quite right”) working in the lab. Works well for any scene depicting the strange or the insane.

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KNova (Warped Passages)
Driving, syncopated beats set the foundation for minor, electronic synths. Sort of sounds like the soundtrack to a nature show about Planet Earth, but leaves you feeling like this planet is doomed
Listen to the eerie, and all-around creepy tones of the composer's Organ as he paints the scene of sailors attempting to dance in a stately and orderly manner. The name of the game is 'Spooky', and the mood foreshadows a grim future for all involved.
An Organ displays the maddening disdain of the ship captain, dealing with both his disagreeable crew, and his own personal demons to boot. Listen to the madness and insanity manifest!
Glen Morgan From Glen E. Morgan's "Concentric Spheres"
A moog Synthesizer piece filled with the darkness and mystery of the abyss. A soundscape hand-crafted for under the water, or out in vastness of space.
The composer's Organ gives off the eerie image of a late night drunken stumble through unknown and ominous territory. Good for moments of shell shock, or hazy moments frozen in time.
Glen Morgan From Glen E. Morgan's "Concentric Spheres"
As if the game 'Pong' suddenly decided to Go Postal, this Moog synth soundscape brings the tension and suspenseful horror to any futuristic or isolated scene. Scary, and satisfying!
KNova (Warped Passages)
Synth melody with an Afro-samba inspired drumbeat that brings a happy and uplifting vibe.
Slowly building with eerie whispers, hair-raising screams, creepy synths, and suspenseful strings. Perfect for any horror scene.
Glen Morgan From Glen E. Morgan's "Concentric Spheres"
The metaphorical 'End' to a character's existence, The composer paints a picture of the fading light of a life lost to the depths, or an individual deserted, left to fade into the fabric of time.
KNova (Warped Passages)
Mysterious and dreamlike synths percolate as a driving beat begins to take hold. Has a late night drive sound to it
KNova (Warped Passages)
A tense and atmospheric instrumental that anticipates something malevolent occurring. Very dark and unnerving. Depression music.
Glen Morgan From Glen E. Morgan's "Concentric Spheres"
A soundscape fit for a gamer! Using moog synthesizers, the composer creates an eerie, spacey, and ominous feeling to the scene. Suitable for tense and dangerous scenes, where the walls have eyes, and trouble is lurking behind every shadow.
Glen Morgan From Glen E. Morgan's "Concentric Spheres"
With a Moog Synth playing a faint, distant, and altogether smooth jam, this Spacey, Jazzy Soundscape brings the easy-going vibe and unadulterated relaxation out in a moment where all seems disconnected and far away.
Glen Morgan From Glen E. Morgan's "Concentric Spheres"
The composer creates a soundscape ripe with spacey Moog Synth that will give even the most fortified of characters an atmospheric chill to the bone.
The ambient tension and release of this organ tune cannot be denied. The flow of the melody tells the tale of an innocent activity with a horrific undertone foreshadowing the grisly fate that awaits the characters involved. Good for Horror movies, moments of high tension, etc.
Aversion Theory (Welcome To Your Life)
This song comes on like a burst of adrenaline! Features driving beats, a rubbery bassline, and some aggressive guitars that are sure to keep your blood pumping!
With a haunting and eerie Organ, the composer portrays a group of whales along the horizon, dancing along the shimmering waters. A vibe that relays the message: Beautiful, and treacherous!
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