Silver Lining’ — The Klang of February – Whenever you turn a Spieluhr (aaka music box), you are surprised how fine, pure and present the sound of it is. The only pity is that the sound is so short and does not resonate any longer.
So we set out to build a Soileuhr sound that sustains longer. We grabbed some different Spieluhren and processed them heaviliy vigorously. We layered, freezed and even stretched them like we could. The result is a Klang instrument full of grace – one part clouds and one part Spieleuhr. Check it out and have fun.
For our 10th anniversary we have came up with a free instrument series, which grows every month. and reflects our previous work and our way of thinking.
The instruments will cover a wide range of approaches including unpublished instruments, sound experiments, theoretical musical thought concepts or random products. Each of our team mates has thought about what they have always been interested in or what they have always wanted to try out. KLANG will show how we see music, what we love and how important we find the sound in music. And there is no better name for it than: KLANG (which is German and means ‘sound’)
Every month we will release a new ‘KLANG OF THE MONTH’.
Cinematique Instruments – Klang