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Spitfire collaborated with Hollywood-based film score composer and sound designer Redcola to launch a new collection of sound effect libraries.

With the first volume of Recola Trailer Giant, Spitfire offers soundtrack, trailers, video game… composers a collection of effect sounds ranging from risers to drones, atmospheres, distortions and more.

In total, the library for the full version of Kontakt 4/5 features 6598 instruments and 84 presets with 3756 combinations of sounds created by the Spitfire sound designers. They also used the brand new eDNA engine recently introduced with Earth

Redcola Trailer Giant Vol. 1 is available for the introductory price of £225 instead of £299 until December 4th. More info at www.spitfireaudio.com.

 

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