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  1. Spitfire Audio- Epic Brass & Woodwinds London’s best symphonic brass and woodwinds sections Recorded at London's AIR Studios, home of blockbuster film scores Available in our free standalone plug-in Close, Room & Distortion signals 19 players 6 essential articulations ~1.5GB $29.00 [We are excited to inform you that as an owner of Albion I Legacy, you will receive our new library Originals — Epic Brass & Woods for free, which is being released today. You will receive an email informing you when your download is ready. Epic Brass & Woodwinds features content from Albion I Legacy which we have updated. The new library is simplified and presented in our free, easy-to-use plugin, featuring 6 articulations and 3 signals (Close, Room and Distorted).] https://www.spitfireaudio.com/originals
  2. Well this afternoon I had a package in the mail and lo and behold! I was very impressed by the package and even a little personalized shall I say “birth certificate”. The SSD is enclosed in a USB C enclosure and they supply a USB C to regular cable. I did have a little hiccup installing as I had installed the plugin from the download earlier but there was a very nice video “Watch Me First” that helped me get back on track. One word: OVERWHELMED Looking at my current system I was not prepared for the shear magnitude of what I was getting into. By default all the articulations are loaded for a particular instrument and that is something I can get a better handle on by editing and only making active the ones I think I will actually use. Also all of the mic signals can be once again, OVERWHELMING as most of us will never use the Dolby Atmos signals and to get really crazy with opening all of the spills separately would be an adventure indeed. The first thing I loaded was the strings and to be totally real, I cried as I played the Con Sordino Violins, they are just beautiful. I then loaded a couple of other instances (Violas, Celli, and Bass) and cried again when I was looking at using over 20gb (out of 32gb installed) of system memory. I think once again having so many articulations loaded at a time. There seems to be something strange going on with memory management that at the moment is difficult to put a finger on. Along with @Matthew Sorrels, watching through some of the Daniel James video marathon brought some honest if not very salty reality to this library. We’re it not for my dear friend who graciously gifted this to me; looking at it now from this standpoint I am not sure if BBCSO would have been something I would have really jumped on myself if I had the budget to do so. Also getting used to having to install multiple instances of the BBCSO plugin is something I will have to get used to and once again agree wholeheartedly with the comments about a lack of feedback on loading instruments and the current mechanics of how things are handled from a memory or ssd streaming perspective. My journey is just beginning and hopefully things will improve over time as more real in the field feedback gets back to Spitfire. The community of users they desire to build around this library will require them to take seriously all of the feedback as some have mentioned and address the really thorny issues raised or it will be over before it has a real chance of taking off. The other mindset is the “Apple-centricity” (did I just make up a new word?), Many users are not on Mac OS or that use Logic or even Cubase (I use a MacBook Pro on the road to play virtual instruments live). Again, it is taking the feedback from users and creating an environment where everyone will reap the harvest of collective knowledge on all platforms which will ultimately benefit everyone. All I know is I feel on the edge of a new frontier as I start putting together a strategy for building a reasonable new system that can be up to the challenge of carrying me into some amazing opportunities. OK, rant over 🤓 You can be sure I will keep you posted and please keep me in mind if there are discoveries or minefields you find along the way! Always Joyfully!
  3. Review: Spitfire Audio SYMPHONIC ORGAN http://www.digifreq.com/digifreq/reviewdetails.asp?ProdReviewID=40
  4. Spitfire Audio enters exploratory sonic universe of KEPLER ORCHESTRA orchestral tools presented in interactive Systems Grid Spitfire Audio is proud to announce availability of KEPLER ORCHESTRA — originally putting German astronomer Johannes Kepler’s discovery of the three laws governing orbital motion into musical motion as an aptly-named odyssey of orchestral sounds, articulations, and playing styles recorded in the crisp, vibrant acoustic of London’s legendary AIR Studios’ Studio 1 and presented in the sound-specialising British music technology company’s interactive Systems Grid articulation mapping tool based on its innovative Evo Grid technology to allow anyone to easily write and create complex polyrhythms a la late-20th Century composers like John Adams, Steve Reich, and Terry Riley, realising ultra-realistic, dynamic polyrhythmic scores with ultimate control while the orchestral tools themselves take care of the hard work. The 18,300 samples-strong KEPLER ORCHESTRA can be purchased and digitally downloaded (37.4 GB) for a time-limited introductory promo price of £199.00 GBP (inc. VAT)/$229.00 USD/€229.00 EUR (inc. VAT) until June 6, 2019 — rising thereafter to an RRP of £249.00 GBP (inc. VAT)/$299.00 USD/€299.00 EUR (inc. VAT) KEPLER ORCHESTRA needs Native Instruments’ KONTAKT PLAYER (5.6.8 or higher) — a free version of the KONTAKT sample playback engine (included in the purchase) — to run as a fully NKS (NATIVE KONTROL STANDARD®) supporting plug-in instrument for Mac (OS X 10.10 or later) or Windows (7, 8, or 10 — latest Service Pack, 32/64-bit), while Spitfire Audio’s free Download Manager application allows anyone to buy now and download anytime. https://www.spitfireaudio.com/shop/a-z/kepler-orchestra/
  5. Spitfire Audio releases re-imagined remarkable trio of Evo Grid-based libraries as dedicated plug-ins ANGULAR STRING EVOLUTIONS, FRAGILE STRING EVOLUTIONS, and WOODWIND EVOLUTIONS can be simultaneously purchased and digitally downloaded as the time-limited THEORY OF EVOLUTIONS collection until March 21, 2019, priced at £549.00 GBP (inc. VAT)/$599.00 USD/ €599.00 EUR (inc. VAT) — representing a substantial saving of 26% (compared to the three libraries being sold separately) HERE
  6. Heads up Apex returns this Thursday 21st March. Save 50% on Spitfire Chamber Strings and Spitfire Chamber Strings Professional. Get the beauty and detail of a small, intimate string section – recorded in the world-famous Lyndhurst Hall at London’s AIR Studios. HERE Also the Apex Competition You could win a FREE copy of Spitfire Chamber Strings Professional. Stay tuned for clues. Competition opens Thursday 21st March.
  7. Run the Spitfire installer to obtain latest updates. the Spitfire Audio installer v3.0.35 - minor improvements and bug fixes. Posted Jan 9th. Free update - Orchestral Swarm v1.0.1b25 - posted Jan 4th, changes - not listed. There maybe other updates - I found out Swarm was updated when I checked my account for something else...
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