Spitfire launches Bones Vol 1
Spitfire adds the first volume of Bones, a trombone collection, to its British Modular Library.
Bones Vol 1, or British Trombones, features Tenor and Bass sections, and requires Kontakt 4 and 5, as usual. The next volumes will include soloists, but we’ll talk about it later.
Just as for the other BML libraries, Spitfire asked some of the finest professional players in London to participate in the project, and recordings were made in situ using multiple microphone setup. During the mixing phase, the placement and sound perspective were respected so that you can use the library directly in a full orchestral composition.
You’ll find in Bones Vol 1 the essential articulations of the Tenor and Bass Bones a2, with up to 8 round robins and multiple velocities: legato, longs, tenuto, marcato, staccatissimo and more… and you can control in Kontakt 4 and 5 the different microphone setups and mixes made by Jake Jackson (3 different takes).
More articulations will be added with the next volumes of the collection.
Bones Vol 1 is available for the introductory price of £223 instead of £279 until March 18th. You can listen to a demo at www.spitfireaudio.com.
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