Renowned Berlin composer, sound designer and musician Simon Stockhausen develops music for Films, TV and Documentaries, and also composes music for theatre and contemporary music ensembles. As a musician (keyboards, piano, electronics and soprano sax), Simon has performed with Lalo Shifrin, Vince Mendoza, Peter Erskine, the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, and Australian trumpeter James Morrison. In collaboration with his brother, trumpeter Markus Stockhausen, they have released numerous CDs for ECM, EMI and Largo.
Simon's portfolio on our site comprises a wide variety of sounds and music reaching from natural ambiences to drum and music loops, dramatic and neo-classical music, jazz, ambient music and more bizarre electronic drones and textures.
Creepy Freddy Kruger music! Jason is in the house! Spooky, scary horror ambience for haunted house or graveyard lurking. Monsters, beasts, ghouls. A detuned piano, fragmented & intense melody. Soft female vocals, strange noises and a slowly modulating drone create a nightmarish atmosphere, Horror & Halloween, Nightmares
Scary voices from Hell - first a very high timestretched female scream then a low distorted scream in a huge warped space disappearing and coming back again in a threatening cloud of sound, Horror & Halloween, Scary voices
Electronically processed female and male voices sounding spooky and unreal. Creating an ominous, scary atmosphere reminding of witches, elves and ghouls. Ideal for Horror and Fantasy movies as well as Computer Game Design. Vocalization, Haunted voices
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