Spitfire Leo Abrahams Enigma Redux and a teaser
Spitfire announces an update for its Leo Abrahams Enigma library as well as a new instrument teaser.
Owners of the Leo Abrahams Enigma Kontakt multi-instrument library can now download the free “Redux” (v1.1) update and get 35 new instrument presets that were also designed by the artist.
You’ll find in this Redux 600MB of content, 367 loops, one-shots and samples.
To celebrate this update, Spitfire lowers the price of Leo Abrahams Enigma to £74 instead of £99 until April 9th. More info at www.spitfireaudio.com.
Last, Spitfire will soon launch a new instrument library for Kontakt that, we are sure, Hans Zimmer’s fans will love… Here’s the teaser:
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