Spitfire Audio has announced the release of Kepler Orchestra, a new Kontakt Player powered virtual instrument library that explores a new sonic universe.
The library brings the sounds of a full orchestra made up of 40 strings, 13 woodwinds and 19 brass, offering 54 unique articulations and playing styles.
Discover your new secret weapon for writing cutting-edge film, TV and game scores. Kepler Orchestra makes it easy to evoke movement, speed and atmosphere by creating interlocking orchestral rhythms – from simple to massively complex. Our brand new Systems Grid does the hard work for you, with repeated notes, doppler effects, swells and shards. Similarly, our Mercury Synth engine expands your sonic universe with warped and space-inspired sounds.
Recorded at AIR Studio One and featuring a chamber-sized orchestra, Kepler Orchestra is inspired by the great American systems composers of the late 20th century: Terry Riley, Philip Glass, Steve Reich and John Adams.
Kepler Orchestra is available at the introductory price of $229 USD / 229 EUR until June 6th, 2019 (regular 299 USD/EUR).
More information: Spitfire Audio