beschizza at June 27th, 2014 13:08 — #1
davide405 at June 27th, 2014 13:30 — #2
Ph'nglui mglw'nafh Cthulhu R'lyeh wgah'nagl fhtagn !!!
alastor at June 27th, 2014 15:05 — #3
I always felt there was something deeper about this programme that appealed to me and hence why I have always been drawn to it. It's dark as fuck. And funny.
ben1 at June 27th, 2014 15:28 — #4
scottdc at June 27th, 2014 16:18 — #5
Really sounds like something off Current 93's "Dogs Blood Rising" album.
gilbertwham at June 27th, 2014 18:23 — #6
This. Is. Fantastic
ed907451 at June 27th, 2014 19:12 — #7
Swallow your soul, swallow your soul!
bobo at June 27th, 2014 19:19 — #8
Not to be a killjoy, but I'm pretty sure anything slowed down 800% is going to sound terrifying.
davide405 at June 27th, 2014 19:29 — #9
I must test your hypothesis with The Chipmunk Song.
But if I summon one of the Great Old Ones, I'm giving them your name!
bobo at June 27th, 2014 19:31 — #10
I'm pretty damn sure that that's EXACTLY how you summon the great old ones, so if you provoke a visit, and end up insane and filled with all sort of tentacly non-goodness, you're on your own bucko.
alexlozupone at June 28th, 2014 12:10 — #11
It sounds to me like they also added a reverse-reverb or reverse-echo kind of thing, which was what actually causes the "spooky" sound. If you play back this video at a greater speed, it doesn't quite sound right; likewise, if you play back the actual theme and slow it does, it doesn't sound quite like this.. Particularly the snare drum sounds, which are the big giveaway. (This may be an artifact of whatever stretching algorithm was used, but I doubt it)
Reverse echo is a great way to make something sound creepy...
beschizza at July 2nd, 2014 13:08 — #12
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