Spitfire Audio intros Symphonic Brass for Kontakt, BML Brass to retire

Spitfire Audio has introduced Symphonic Brass, an orchestral brass instrument library for Native Instruments Kontakt and Kontakt Player.

Spitfire Symphonic Brass

It’s a rationalisation of all our existing symphonic brass libraries plus MASSES of new content, creating a new, simpler and more fully featured all-in-one Symphonic Brass package.

Includes French Horns, Trumpets, Tenor and Bass Trombones, Cimbassi and Tuba, played by some of the world’s best musicians, recorded in The Hall at Air Studios.

This new library combines all of our existing “British Modular Library” range brass libraries: BML Horns, BML Trumpet Corps, BML Bones and BML Low Brass plus the epic BML Trumpet Phalanx, BML Bones Phalanx and BML Horns Phalanx.

In addition to ALL the existing content, we’ve added in THREE completely new instruments (solo tenor and bass trombones plus contrabass tuba), plus a large number of additional articulations across all the instruments. See the product page for the full list. It’s also an NKS compatible, Kontakt Player library with a new, more intuitive GUI (with inline help).

Symphonic Brass will launch on September 15th, 2016, at an introductory price of £399 GBP until October 1st, 2016 (RRP £499 GBP). Cross grade pricing will be available for BML Brass users.

With the upcoming release of Symphonic Brass, Spitfire will retire the BML Brass series.

We’ve decided to retire our professional brass line in its currently modular form. If there’s anything you feel you need to grab with all the BML mics and mixes, you’ve only got until the 14th of September.

More information: Spitfire Audio

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