Spitfire Audio has announced availability of Orbis, a horizon-expanding ‘world synthesizer’ standalone plugin featuring the sophisticated eDNA engine.

Orbis goes beyond orchestral, with an expansive, inspiring, one-of-a-kind collection of sounds, born out of rare recordings, treated, distorted and taken to new dimensions.

Spitfire Audio Orbis GUI

Sometimes a score needs more than an orchestra. Discover a new world of over 2500 extraordinary sounds, born out of organic performances, then treated and transported to epic new dimensions. Perfect for the progressively-minded composer, the sounds in this gargantuan creative compendium range from distorted loops to evolving textures and visceral one-shots; subsonic low-end to ethereal pads.

Ideal for producing rich-sounding, panoramic scores, Orbis reimagines the work of global sonic explorer David Fanshawe. Over 4 decades, Fanshawe travelled the globe to capture rare, beautiful performances from different cultures, previously unrecorded. Our sophisticated eDNA engine enables you to mix and manipulate these unique sounds to create an almost infinite set of creative possibilities.

The instrument comes with 2,984 sounds comprising 1,246 loops, 1,221 one shots and 517 pads. It includes 201 presets.

Orbis is available in VST, AU and AAX plugin formats at an intro price of £229 GBP/$269 USD/269 EUR until August 1st, 2019. The regular price is £299 GBP/$349 USD/349 EUR. Prices incl. VAT where applicable.

More information: Spitfire Audio