Experimental sounds for new styles
With the FABRIK series, we venture beyond pristine recording studios to capture rough, modern sounds from unexpected places. In this alternative environment, diced-up field recordings and uncanny instrument sounds live alongside grand analog synth patches and startling electronic noises. Designed to inspire, each FABRIK collection delivers distinctive elements for building engaging narratives in sound design and beyond.
Radome helps you construct mysterious soundscapes and build sci-fi suspense using experimental cello textures captured in a large, spherical radar dome—originally designed to protect an antenna from the elements. Naturally distorted articulations, harmonic glissandi, and squealing trills played by avant-garde musician Franziska Aigner generate sparks for intriguing sound design. Crackling interference, electronic pulses, and echoing noises produce an atmosphere that conjures mid-twentieth-century spy technology.
Combining industrial sounds, mechanical noises, and gritty synths, Transit delivers the rough, driving sounds of the modern world in motion. Field recordings of Berlin’s rail traffic have been transformed into playable instruments. Atonal noises and impacts presented in expansive spaces provide the building blocks for rhythmic parts and dynamic sound design. Saturated analog synth patches let you create broad soundscapes, thematic lines, and evolving sequenced patterns.
Runs inGet SINE for free
Preserve your system resources: Fine-tune your mix using multiple mic positions, then merge into a single channel within the player.
SINE is designed to complement the compositional workflow. Create on the fly with auto keyswitch options, and easy remapping tools.
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