On his UBM debut "Making History", Rotem Hecht provides us with ten lively, detailed tracks with marimba sounds for reports and documentaries on (contemporary) history, social politics, and future topics. Stems and alternative versions are available.
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Patterns Of Change
The invention of the wheel, the discovery of penicillin or the birth of artificial intelligence - the transition from one historical epoch to the next is often triggered by innovative thrusts in technology and society. Moving, almost hectic. Later supplemented by darkly smouldering electronic elements.
In an increasingly digitalised world, it is important to learn basic skills in dealing with technology in order to be able to participate actively and self-determinedly in the digital society. Lively and curious.
The Paris Agreement of 2015 was signed by almost 200 countries and is considered a milestone in global climate policy. But unfortunately, despite all the good intentions, there is a lack of implementation. Urgent.
The constant acceleration of everyday life through technology and modern work culture can lead to stress, burnout and the neglect of important social and personal needs. Is this what we really want? Breathlessly hectic.
Modern military tactics provide governments with the means to bring international conflicts to a quick end more efficiently than ever before. However, more diplomatic ways of conflict resolution should not be lost sight of. Worrying with smouldering electronic elements and a hectic beat in the background.