Spitfire Sable, three new string sample libraries
Spitfire released yesterday the first volume of a new orchestra string collection, Sable, which is sold at a special price until the end of the month.
Sable collection is divided in three volumes and offers sound samples of 4 first violins, 3 second violins, 3 violas, 3 cellos and 3 contrabasses for use in Kontakt 4.2.4 or 5 for film, gaming, TV and orchestral music.
The instruments were recorded at 96kHz by London musicians at Air Studios, with 7 mic positions (vintage tube and ribbon models), Neve preamps and Prism converters. The sound samples have a 24-bit / 48kHz resolution. Three "mixed" stereo and surround 5.1 are also included.
The first volume, available now, includes the "essential" articulations and main positions for the first violins and cellos. It has an introductory price of £299 during two weeks, when volume 2, which includes the second violins, violas and double basses, will be released at the same introductory price during the same period of time. Regular price of these two volumes are £399. The third volume will bring extra articulations and will be sold £199 without any introductory price.
In total, if you buy the three libraries on release, you will pay £797. But you can buy the first volume and pre-order the two others now and pay only £697. The early adopter will also get a 20% discount voucher to use off any future purchase.
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