Spitfire Audio just launched a brand-new addition to their popular Albion product line: Albion Colossus. Designed as the ultimate cinematic scoring toolkit, Colossus seeks to unlock the primal power of blockbuster scoring.
Today we will be reviewing Albion Solstice, the latest addition to the famous series of Spitfire Audio’s cinematic scoring tools. Released just a few weeks ago, Albion Solstice is marketed as an exploration of “the visionary artistry from modern, folk, and heritage instruments”.
The year 2017 marks Britain sample library top-dog Spitfire Audio’s 10th anniversary in business, which is why the brand decided to celebrate this special occasion by enhancing their best-selling product to date – the ALBION ONE epic composer toolkit.
Today we will be reviewing Mercury, the latest synthesizer addition to Spitfire Audio’s catalog. Released a few weeks ago, the aim of this library is to provide otherwordly sounds and textures based on really unique instruments, at a very affordable price.
Today we will be reviewing Intimate Grand Piano, a recent addition to Spitfire Audio’s Originals range. Priced competitively, the goal of this library is to provide an effective alternative to cinematic felt piano libraries for modern scores.
Mosaic Pluck is Heavyocity’s latest addition to its popular Mosaic Series, a line of virtual instruments built around what the company finds inspiring about a specific musical element. Combining vintage synths, organic attack layers, and a range of sampled instruments (including plucked strings, harps, processed chimes, and thumb pianos), Mosaic Pluck delivers all the dynamic plucked sources you’ll need to cut through even the densest mix.
Today we will be checking out Density by London-based developer Mammoth Audio. Density is an extensive cinematic sample library that features over 1,500 individual one-shot sounds, playable instruments and loops.
Meteor by French audio software developer UVI is a virtual instrument designed to create dramatic risers, immersive cinematic transitions and thundering impact sound effects for film, games and music productions.
Spitfire Studio Strings is Spitfire Audio’s latest addition to their roster of orchestral sample libraries and the first product in an entirely new range of symphonic instruments. After having captured most of their orchestral instruments in AIR Studio’s spacious Lyndhurst Hall, the developers wanted to break new ground by establishing a fresh range of sample libraries that provides a crisp edge and a more controllable room tone.
Spitfire Audio is back with another string library: Spitfire Solo Strings – a library created to provide your orchestral arrangements with a sense of expression, intimacy and the definition some larger string ensembles tend to lose. In this review, we’ll have a look and listen to Spitfire Audio’s brand-new solo string library and find out together how much of a useful enhancement it can be to the company’s existing products.