Spitfire launches Low Brass for Kontakt
Spitfire adds to its range of orchestral instrument sound libraries the new Low Brass collection for Kontakt.
Low Brass features the sounds of three low-range brass instruments: a tuba, a cimbasso played by one or two players simultaneously (A2 version) and a contrabass trombone.
The library, designed for Kontakt 4 et 5, includes multiple articulations (legato, staccato, marcato, tenuto, longs...) and offers four Close, Tree, Ambient and Outrigger microphone configurations, with stereo and 5.1 mixes.
The collection being quite large (more than 30GB), Spitfire divided it into four packs: the first two are available now, the two others will be launched "after the rush".
Low Brass is available for the special introductory price of £184 instead of £245 for a limited time. Demos will soon be available at www.spitfireaudio.com.
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