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Spitfire Studio Strings Professional

Posted on: Tuesday 4th of September 2018

Spitfire_studio_webSpitfire Studio Strings and Spitfire Studio Strings Professional marks the first release of a vital all-new Spitfire Orchestra range. Our ambition was to create an incredibly versatile pro-end dry stage sample library. By choosing the crisp and vibrant setting of Air Studio One, a smaller, more controllable space than the opulent Lyndhurst Hall, we offer our fellow composers a string library with depth, detail and focus all at once. One that will work on anything from passionate period dramas to modern Scandi noir. It’s a fit for quirky indie and crisp pop, but can also tackle epic film and game scores.
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SPITFIRE STUDIO STRINGS
Features a standard (8, 6, 6, 6, 4) player setup, with access to the classic Tree microphone position.

  • Main String Section (8,6,6,6,4)
  • 148 Articulations (playing styles long, short pizzicato etc)
  • Up to 3 dynamic layers and 2 round robins (longs)
  • Up to 4-8 dynamics (shorts)

RRP:
£159, $199, €199 – (Promotional Price)

Thereafter:
£199, $249, €249

STUDIO STRINGS PROFESSIONAL
Professional opens the door to peerless detail and control, offering 5 extra mics, 2 extra mixes, large band (16.12.12.12.4) and two divisi sections.
  • Main String Section of (8,6,6,6,4)
  • Two Divisi Sections (4.3.3.3) We have also included divisi or half sections for the first time to give a new level of modular control
  • Large band (16.12.12.12.4) Consisting of the Main Section and the two Divisi Sections
  • 232 articulations (playing styles long, short pizzicato etc)
  • Up to 3 dynamic layers and 2 round robins per section on longs
  • 6 Mic Positions
  • 2 Stereo Mixes
RRP:
£349, $399, €399 – (Promotional Price)Thereafter:
£449, $499, €499



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