Conceptualised by sound artists during their exploration of abandoned industrial spaces in and around Berlin.
The pack perfectly captures Berlin’s notorious reputation and aesthetics, drawn from industrial forms. The concept behind the pack was to animate images of post-industrial landscapes and reveal the scars they may have left behind. Questioning life after capitalism and looking into the abyss of technological dystopias.
The materials found on site were documented and categorised into 5 essentially industrial, ready-to-use sonic elements - concrete, metal, glass, plastic, and wood.
The samples were recorded in 24-bit to provide the optimal audio quality for music production. Expect to find a perfectly organised labelling system taking you through the industrial elements. Loops are provided in tempos 124, 128, 132, and 140 BPM, alongside a huge collection of one-shots.
Search through materials clanging, scraping, clinking, and smashing, as the pack helps you on your journey to achieve a depth of mood and hand-crafted, organic industrial ambiences.
Recording credits to sound artist group Collective Anxiety.
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