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Spitfire Audio presents Marimba Swarm

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Virtual percussion from Spitfire Audio .

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Following their Mandolin and Harp Swarms, Spitfire Audio now introduces nine Marimbas used to create a tuned percussion 'choir'.

Recorded to 2" tape in London's Air Studios by Jake Jackson, Merimba Swarm is said to offer a broad variety of mixes, microphone positions and perspectives for versatile uses, from a celebratory carnival troupe, to Terence Malick inspired vistas, to awesome Steve Reich or Terry Riley style systems uses, to a distant boys choir, to an intense and slightly insane wooden rain storm... and so on.

Weighing in at 36.2GB uncompressed for a total 24381 samples, Spitfire Audio's Marimba Swarm is available for the special introductory price of £112 instead of £149 until February 28th, 2016 at 23:55 GMT.

Existing owners of any 'Swarm' product (or anyone wanting to buy all editions) can get an even more special price with the new SWARM BUNDLE which launches now, priced at £299 against a RRP of £399 which will apply at the same aforementioned time and date.

More details at www.spitfireaudio.com.

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