Suspense Dark Cinematic Loops by ModeAudio Review

  • By: Thorsten Meyer
  • Date: Monday, 8 April 2019
  • Time to read: 2 min.

Suspense Dark Cinematic Loops by ModeAudio Review

Suspense Dark Cinematic Loops is a directed compilation of loops inspired from modern Horror films and all the way back from those scary films produced more than a decade ago. Suspense an infinite pile-on of contrary and scary emotions.

ModeAudio did send a review copy with no strings attached.


You receive 286 Files In Total equals to 416MB (Unzipped) in size.


Suspense is a collection of 130 music loops, crossing threatening basslines, vintage synth leads, hitting arpeggiator, epic drums and percussion, disturbing pads and synth drones, plus sound effects.  With this loops, you have a good foundation to put the audience in fear.

Included in this collection is:

  • 23 Bass Loops
  • 29 Drum & Percussion Loops (Kicks, Top Drums, Toms, Cymbals & Shakers)
  • 14 Pad & Drone Loops
  • 47 Synths & Instrumental Loops (Leads, Arps, Tuned Percussion & Strings)
  • 17 SFX Loops
  • 59 Synth Tail Samples
Suspense Dark Cinematic Loops using a 3rd party tool: Samplism

Also, you receive 97 MIDI Loops (Key & Tempo-Labelled) to start a score with ease. The included tail samples you can end a score more naturally.

Looking for elements to make your score feel threatening and uncomfortable take a closer look at Suspense.

User interface & Usability

You receive WAV files and use them in your DAW or any audio management tool you prefer. There is no UI in the product. The 97 MIDI files provide some new ideas for chord progressions & rhythms if you would face a writer’s block.

Rating:  Four out of five stars

Suspense Dark Cinematic Loops helps you to compose a diabolic score to enforce your audience into terror and put them (if the picture supports) at the edge of their seat. Tools like this are great when you need to come up with a track quickly, and on a tight budget, an example could be when you compose for an indie film or have to finish the work on a small budget trailer.

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