One of the keys to getting your tracks placed is writing tracks that work in the context of television and enhance and support the overall dialog and feeling of the scene.
Building "tension" and suspense is one of several very common feelings and emotions that music is used to evoke in the context of music licensing.
Check out composer Eddie Grey's approach to creating "tension cues" below.
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