Spitfire opens its bundle Drive
Spitfire announces the opening of its Drive, an online store that allows you to order instrument bundles.
You get it, the big new is not the Drive but the bundles that will allow you to either complete your existing collection of Spitfire orchestral libraries, or make your first steps in the developer’s symphonic world, and even help you write your letter to Santa. Whatever your situation, these bundle can make you save up to 35% (which can be up to £3000 in your pocket).
There are no less than 17 bundles available, including 7 for the British Modular Library. How did Spitfire compile them? By analyzing their customer’s cart and creating some based what could better suit composers according to the domain they are working in.
The 10 other bundles mix libraries from the different series, so you can have BML strings with artist instruments and the brand new eDNA 01 Earth electronic collection. Spitfire even gathered all their librairies into the Everything Bundle, but to get this one you’ll have to pay £4999 (which is a £2701 savings).
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