Spitfire Audio has announced the release of Landfill Totems, a sample library by Hainbach that offers a world of sonic possibilities far beyond its original analog state, with many of the sounds morphing and evolving as you play, as well as a wide range of in-built controls and effects to drastically manipulate each of the presets.

Made in collaboration with Berlin-based composer, producer, and pioneer in experimental electronics, Hainbach, these one-of-a-kind, complex sounds have been expertly created from vintage test equipment collected from nuclear research labs and scrap heaps — given a new lease of life and transformed into instruments by the artist.

Developed further and presented in our award-winning plug-in, discover eerie morse code bleeps, comms signals and flickering bass pulses; deep drones, ominous pads and grainy textural rhythms; industrial drum hits and loops; electromagnetic noise and heavenly humanoid ‘voices’. Create high-contrast atmospheres of suspense, tension and beauty, whether you’re writing techno, ambient music, or a cutting-edge film score. It’s a library you can really get lost in, and it’s a ton of fun.

Landfill Totems is an extension of the sound palette of Hainbach’s new album, out now on SA Recordings.

The library featuring 40 presets, split into four sections:

  • Kling: each preset contains elements from all other sections, with a huge range of textures available to explore using the modwheel.
  • Klang: tonal sounds, from evolving pads to pulsating drones.
  • Knarz: atonal, textural and FX style sounds, from watery to alien-like.
  • Krach: percussion and drum hits, as well as time-machine loops and patterns.

The library is available in Spitfire’s dedicated plugin, priced 29 USD/EUR/GBP.

More information: Spitfire Audio