Andy Findon opens his Kitbag for Spitfire
Spitfire launches a second library for Kontakt dedicated to Andy Findon and his exotic flutes.
Andy Findon Kitbag 2 features 9,302 samples of 5 flues (bansuri, Chinese membrane flute, ocarina low, quena and panpipes), which have been captured with multiple round robins and articulations that can be selected via keyswitch patches. The 3.15 GB (9.39 GB in WAV) library is designed for the full version of Kontakt 4/5.
You can mix in Kontakt the different microphones, assign controller features, manage the memory and Spitfire included its special Ostinatum arpeggiator.
Andy Findon Kitbag 2 is available for the introductory price of £79 instead of £99 until April 2nd. You can listen to demos at www.spitfireaudio.com/andrew-findon-kit-bag-2.
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