Berlin-based experimental sound artist Yair Elazar Glotman to yield YAIR ELAZAR GLOTMAN – SPECULATIVE MEMORIES.
A plug-in that loads into all major DAWs (Digital Audio Workstations) without the need for any additional software, “Speculative Memories” contains musical waves as awe-inspiring atmospheres transformed through the 4DSOUND technology available at the MONOM experimental performance venue.
Fortunately for anyone interested in creating suspense, tension, and atmosphere with cutting-edge cinematic textures, YAIR ELAZAR GLOTMAN – SPECULATIVE MEMORIES makes it perfectly possible to do just that, as Louis Rugg continues: “…SPECULATIVE MEMORIES is inspired by the rich sound design and experimental double bass playing from his most recent homonymous album. This library contains a selection of unique bass articulations, vocal and guitar performances, modular synth sounds from the Buchla 200e, and custom textural tape loops — all designed for contemporary cinematic scores, ambient music, and anyone looking to create deeply atmospheric textures. A unique feature to this library is that each sound has also been re-amped in multiple ways — similar to how the record was created. Included is both a tape effects signal and spatial signal, recorded at the MONOM sound space in Berlin, with each sample re-recorded through omnidirectional speakers in order to create space and depth to transform how the sound behaves. This sound library is divided into five sections, with the first being VOCALS, performed by Sara Fors, who also performed vocals for the album.”