Orchestral Tools Releases Sinoid

US Third Fabrik Collection creates evocative textures through mutated sine waves      17/03/23

 Orchestral Tools have announced the third installment in their experimental Fabrik series: Sinoid. They say that the library is built around evocative combinations of basic sine waves and samples of real instruments through a variety of effects and sonic treatments, the result being a set of dynamically playable sounds and sound design elements that explore the outer limits of experimental textures both beautiful and savage.

Orchestral Tools CEO Hendrik Schwarzer, tol us, "The basis of the Fabrik series is to bring the scope and playability of our orchestral libraries to brand new instruments drawn from electronic and experimental elements. The combination of our chosen instrumentation for Sinoid combined with the complex processing is immediately evocative and inspiring while still retaining that crucial human element that's vital to composition. We hope that composers and sound designers find it as unique and inspiring as we do!"

Pricing and Availability:
Sinoid is available now for an introductory price of €39 (regular price €59)
The intro offer for Sinoid ends on Thursday, March 30, 2023.

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