Spitfire Audio has reintroduced eDNA Earth, a Kontakt instrument library that offers a synthesizer made of orchestras.
The update now comes with NKS support, so you can now browse and filter your sounds using Native Instruments’ Komplete and Maschine controllers.
Instruments folders have also been restructured and renamed to make them clearer and easier to navigate.
An epic collection of synthesised orchestral sounds, eDNA Earth has been created using our enormous range of organic orchestral recordings, manipulated, warped and reprogrammed beyond recognition by Spitfire’s award-winning team of composers, engineers and developers.
With thousands of sounds and presets, we have taken our entire orchestral palette and morphed it into an alternate universe. A powerful encyclopaedia of unique, experimental electronic samples, eDNA Earth has been created with film, TV and games music in mind, offering endless inspiration to the next generation of media composers, while also appealing to dance and pop producers wanting to add cutting-edge, cinematic electronic textures to their music.
With eDNA’s new easy to use, ultra-controllable GUI, an uncharted territory of new sonic experimentation is within your grasp.
eDNA Earth is on sale for the intro price of 99 USD/EUR until October 11th, 2018, at 23:59 BST (regular 149 USD/EUR).
Spitfire has also launched a sale on Orchestral Swarm, offering a 25% discount for a limited time only.
One year since its release, we revisit the innovative Orchestral Swarm. For the whole month of October, we’re offering you 25% off this library — with the first 50 orders receiving a print from the campaign archive.
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