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Spitfire release Symphonic Brass

Orchestral instrument collection recorded at Air Studios available for £399

After a decade of exhaustive sampling, and four years spent capturing the finest British brass players, Spitfire Audio present Symphonic Brass.

The library is the company’s definitive collection of orchestral brass recorded at Air Studios, London. With a broad selection of different section sizes from solo to large groups of Trumpets, Horns & Trombones to featured instruments; with usual suspects such as Bass Trombones & Tubas, to zeitgeist weaponry such as Cimbassi, Contrabass Trombones and a new Contrabass Tuba.

Originally released in modules as part of the BML (British Modular Library) project, Spitfire Symphonic Brass is a rationalisation of these numerous, deep sampled components, along with many improvements, including a host of new articulations and new instruments.

For an introductory price of only £399 (normally £499), Spitfire have made it even more affordable to get hold of their highly-regarded instruments.

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