SoundScape Two Thrill From Egypt by Fred Carpita published on 2013/01/28 11:09:42 +0000 This is an haunted ambient for an egyptian museum and/or a tomb. It grows up slowly because it's made for a scene where a character enters this ambient and goes out in two minutes, just in time to avoid facing the evil inside this room. I have used Massive (Native Instruments) for violin-like sounds (the scale used is C-Db-E-F-G-Ab-B-C; played with M-Audio 49 keyboard; chords where made by random counterpoint) and for bass pulse and drones; Cameleon 5000 (Camel Audio) for "swish" sounds (alien preset with one randomization). I also have used Absynth 5 for noise and electricity; I have made the basic sound using Sine Wave generators, distortion and lowpass filters in Absynth, then randomizing the resulting sound pushing the "randomize" button until I was satisfied. The original WAV file was 24 bits and 48kHz (ready for film scoring). This one is 44,1 kHz.