Spitfire Audio has announced the release of Bone Phalanx, a trombone instrument library for Native Instruments Kontakt.
For the benefit of the uninitiated, a phalanx is a group of something similar forming a compact body — in this case, a body of brass or, more simply said, a brass section. So it stands to reason that — following in the fanciful footsteps of its successful, similarly self-explanatory brass brethren, BML211 HORN PHALANX and the recently-released BML209 TRUMPET PHALANX — BML210 BONE PHALANX provides confident composers with everything needed to create bold, broad, and thundering ’bones parts.
Perfect for giving more bombastic brass-led cues (or compositions) the widescreen treatment that music-to-picture scoring so richly deserves whenever deemed musically appropriate. Any musical application, of course, can just as easily benefit, but in the right hands and placed in the right musical setting BML210 BONE PHALANX sounds stunning and stunningly accurate!
Placed in situ around the seating of the original BML BONES volume #1 released last year to critical acclaim and featuring essential articulations for trombone, those three tenor trombones, two bass trombones, and one contrabass trombone at the core of the BML210 BONE PHALANX brass ensemble enable anyone wishing to step things up to truly Wagnerian proportions to do just that by simultaneously working with both sample-based virtual instrument libraries. Lovers of the truly big-bottomed ’bone experience could consider adding the contrabass trombone from BML203 LOW BRASS into the musical mix for an even more memorably ribcage-rattling affair!
Bone Phalanx is available for purchase for the introductory price of £112 GBP until August 1st, 2015 (RRP £149 GBP).
The library is also included in the new Epic Brass bundle, which contains all three Phalanx lines. The bundle is available at the launch price of £289 GBP until August 1st, 2015 (regular £339 GBP).
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