Orchestral Tools have released FABRIK, a new series for those seeking experimental sounds. There are two releases in the FABRIK series, Radome is an experimental cello recorded in a giant sphere whilst Transit captures the mechanical sounds of a city in motion. Both are available at intro prices. Ransome is available for €49.00, increasing to €69.00 and Transit is available for €29.00 increasing to €39.00. The offers end November 9th.
FABRIK is a sonic excursion into dark and industrial territories. With the FABRIK series, Orchestral Tools ventured beyond pristine recording studios to capture rough, modern sounds from unexpected places. Designed to inspire, each FABRIK collection delivers distinctive elements for building engaging narratives in sound design and beyond.
A mind-bending solo cello from a unique player. Unconventional articulations with transformative processing plus electronic sounds and mysterious noises—all captured in an unusual, evocative acoustic space.
Straight out of a giant, spherical radar station, Radome combines provocative cello with electronic noise, ambient textures, and distorted artifacts—a sublime palette for sound design. Perfect for creating horror and suspense, or expressing dark, complex emotional textures.
Take a ride through the darkest edges of an industrial wonderland and bathe in the sounds, mechanical noises, and overdriven textures of a city in motion.
Paint broad strokes with majestic, gritty, evolving synth patches. Build driving, machine-like rhythms with percussive textures. Propel lines through a nighttime environment soaked in reverb, and conjure the sound of an advanced urban future.
Both packs require SINE free which itself is available to PC and Mac users VST2, VST3, AU and AAX).
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