Native Instruments' latest sample library features a nylon-strung guitar handmade by renowned luthier Lisa Weinzierl.
Version 2 adds a drum sequencer, Sample Variation/Humanisation system, improved browsing and more.
New sound pack from Toontrack offers pads, textures and soundscapes made by combining acoustic instruments with analogue synths.
Spitfire Audio's latest library combines two flutes and a piccolo, recorded in Abbey Road's Studio One.
New library for Kontakt and Sampler X uses guitar samples as the basis of synth-style sounds.
Flagship orchestral library expanded, and now includes eight individual mic signals plus three mixes engineered by score mixer Jake Jackson.
New library comprises choir, chamber orchestra and organs, captured in the mediaeval Church of Niguliste, Estonia.
Slammer combines traditional drum-kit elements with the sound of household objects being abused.
Major update adds over 500 sounds created by legendary sound designer Eric Persing.
You can now play Abbey Road's 1905 Steinway, as used by the Beatles, in your DAW — for just £29.
New soundpack brand launches with five analogue-inspired sample collections.
New EZbass expansion features an MTD five-string bass, played in finger and slap styles.
New string and woodwind sample libraries can be used on their own, or alongside the full Abbey Road One: Orchestral Foundations instrument.
New expansion for Steinberg's granular synth is based on cassette loops and analogue synth sounds.
Spitfire's latest artist-created Kontakt instrument features a hammered dulcimer played by legendary percussionist Greg Knowles.
EW add to critically acclaimed software orchestra, and announce new orchestral arrangement tool.
The latest release from Spitfire combines a range of sounds into a single expressive instrument, and is aimed at TV drama composers.
New library for U-he's soft-synth offers a wealth of sounds for those scoring dark crime films and series.
Version 1.5 is free to existing owners, and represents a major overhaul of the acclaimed bass instrument.
This new instrument takes its name from the broken piano of Lumineers member Jeremiah Fraites.
Spitfire Audio have followed up their hugely successful BBC Symphony Orchestra series of instruments with a collaboration with another great British institution: Abbey Road Studios.
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