Spitfire releases Bone Phalanx
Last November, Spitfire announces Phalanx, a new brass collection for their British Modular Library. The Bone section has been released today.
Phalanx debuted with Horn, and today you can discover Bone, which features three tenor, two basses and one double-bass trombone, all recorded in situ around the instruments of the BML204 Bones Vol.1 ; you can then combine the collections in Kontakt to get a Wagnerian ensemble of 12 trombones.
The 17 GB collection (uncompressed WAV) includes 17,810 samples, with multiple articulations and mic positions (Close, Tree, Ambient, Outrigger, Stereo Pair, Close Ribbon, Gallery and Mid Range) as well as three mixes by Jake Jackson.
The GUI for the full version of Kontakt 5 gives you the ability to mix the microphones, load articulations, transpose the sounds, manage the MIDI mapping and velocity, adjust the expression, dynamics, release and you’ll also find the now famous Spitfire Ostinatum arpeggiator/sequencer.
Bone Phalanx is available for the introductory price of £112 instead of £149 until August 1st, you’ll also find it in the new Epic Brass bundle, which compiles the three Phalanx collection and retails for the special price of £289 instead of £339 until August 1st. More info at www.spitfireaudio.com.
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