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Spitfire announce - BML Horns vol 1 - released Jun 17th!
      #1052657 - 15/06/13 03:25 PM



UPDATE --- Some more info on Volume 1!

The first part, CTAO main mics, is 21.5 GB of uncompressed WAV, delivered as 10.5 GB of compressed NCW format.

The price for Volume 1 is RRP £169, with an initial promo period price of £127 and with an additional offer of a 10% discount voucher to use in our webshop (these to be distributed AFTER the promo period ends.)

Our launch date is to be Monday 17th June, and the discount period will end July 1st.

The content of Vol 1 is:


- Longs
- Legato slurred
- Shorts Marcato
- Shorts Tenuto
- Shorts Staccato

- Longs
- Legato slurred
- Legato Tongued
- Longs Cuivre (Brassy)
- Longs "Bells Up"
- Longs stopped
- Shorts Marcato
- Shorts Tenuto
- Shorts Staccato
- Shorts "Bells Up" Staccato
- Shorts "Bells Up" Longer short
- Double Tongue (w&w/o end accent)
- Triple Tongue (w&w/o end accent)
- Quadruple Tongue (w&w/o end accent)
- Falls (Fast and Slow)
- Rips (Fast and Slow)
- Trills major
- Trills minor


Spitfire are delighted to announce our first brass release for our new BML British Modular Library range.

The British Modular Library is an ultra detailed study of the entire orchestral canon with special attention to solo instruments and smaller groups of players to bring the musicians into sharp focus. Recorded to 2" tape at one of the world's finest scoring stages, through rarified microphones and custom "montserrat" pre-amps into the world's largest Neve 88R desk. The BML features the searing talents of London's greatest orchestral players, playing priceless instruments just as they do on some of the most famous film scores ever recorded. From Gladiator to Inception, Harry Potter to James Bond, Terminator to The Bourne Trilogy.

BML is incredibly deeply sampled not only with dynamic layers and round robins but also with an incredible array of differing mic positions and exclusive mixed stereo and 5.1 versions from our chief engineer Jake Jackson.

We're delighted to announce that initial production has just been completed on BML 201 Horns. Featuring both solo horn and horns a2. Three unique - and arguably one of the greatest - players in the world, exhaustively sampled for the first in a series of brass modules.

We're currently editing and building this module alongside Sable 2&3 and Hans' new percussion library so Price and Release Date TBC but be rest assured that we'll be offering early adoption rewards for those who want to get their hands on this fantastic material at v1.0

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