Discover the Apprehension Engine: Brian Eno Called It “the Most Terrifying Musical Instrument of All Time”
Apart from the occasional Blair Witch Project, scary movies need scary scores. But much like making a genuinely scary movie, composing genuinely scary music becomes more of a challenge all the time. By now, even the most timid moviegoers among us have surely grown inured to the throbbing bass, the tense strings, and all the other standard, […]
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