Spitfire Audio has announced the release of Spitfire Symphonic Brass, its ultimate all in one orchestral brass library for Native Instruments Kontakt and Kontakt Player.
After a decade of exhaustive sampling, and four years spent capturing our finest brass players, Spitfire are proud to present Symphonic Brass. It is a definitive collection of orchestral brass recorded at Air Studios, London. With a broad selection of different section sizes from solo to large groups of Trumpets, Horns & Trombones to featured instruments; with usual suspects such as Bass Trombones & Tubas, to zeitgeist weaponry such as Cimbassi, Contrabass Trombones and a new Contrabass Tuba.
Originally released in modules as part of the BML (British Modular Library) project, Spitfire Symphonic Brass is a rationalisation of these numerous, deep sampled components, along with many improvements, including a host of new articulations and new instruments. We’ve created a more affordable entry into what we believe to be the finest orchestral brass library available today.
Spitfire Symphonic Brass features
- A broad band covering solo, chamber, symphonic and cinematic instrument groups.
- Traditional to modern ‘zeitgeist’ selection of instruments from Trumpets, Horns & Bones to Cimbassi & Contrabass Instruments.
- Super deep sampled, many dynamic layers and round robins.
- Most comprehensive selection of articulations, and additional techniques available today.
- Entry level core pack has full functionality of BML offering.
- Core pack shipped with 3 distinct mic positions C(lose), T(ree), A(mbient).
- New add on pack coming soon with additional mics and mixes.
Spitfire Symphonic Brass is available for the introductory price of £399 GBP until October 1st, 2016, 8am London time (RRP £499). Existing BML Brass users can get bigger discounts with cross grade pricing.