The MP3 file, linked to below, is a five minute Halloween soundtrack created by me and my son, Austin, about seven or eight years ago. The voices are ours, run through a pitch conversion box, and the rest came from a few canned sound effects. Click on the link below, or the graphic above, to listen to it. Once you’re there, you may download it and use it by clicking on the down arrow at the right end of the progress bar, and selecting ‘Save as source” or “Save as Quicktime movie.”
Burn it to a CD, put it on your iPod, or just play it from your computer. Set it to repeat indefinitely, and it will play all Halloween night. It’s long enough that it won’t repeat in front of your Trick-or-Treaters. It is a stereo mix, and the effects move back and forth across the stereo field, but it also sounds fine in mono. If you have the ability to set up a pair of speakers about 25 feet apart in your yard, you’ll get the best stereo effect. We hide our speakers behind the shrubs. Have fun.
This file may be used and shared freely, but it may not be
sold, alone or in conjunction with any other files or products,
nor given as a free bonus for buying any product.
Copyright ©2009 David M. Perkins