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Spitfire Audio’s Symphonic Woodwinds Is Now Half Price

Spitfire Audio have reduced the price of their Symphonic Woodwinds by 50%, now only £274.00, (usually £549.00). Spitfire Audio are also currently offering 50% off all libraries to students and educators, (usually 30% off).

An essential part of your orchestral palette, the woods are your secret weapon to adding real power to your scores. Spitfire Audio has taken its decade of experience recording woodwind instruments, expertly sampling the UK’s finest players at one of the most sought-after locations in the world: Lyndhurst Hall at AIR Studios, London.

Four years in the making, we offer you three mic positions for extra control and the most comprehensive range of woodwind instruments and articulations available in any existing symphonic woods library. From traditional piccolos, flutes, oboes, clarinets, and bassoons to a contemporary selection of instruments including alto, bass flutes, bass clarinets, contrabass clarinets, and a thunderous contrabassoon, this timeless collection will add depth and colour to your orchestral compositions.

After a decade of exhaustive sampling, and four years spent capturing the UK’s finest woodwind players, we give you this definitive collection of orchestral woodwinds. Expertly sampled and recorded to tape in Lyndhurst Hall at AIR Studios, London, via an unparalleled signal path, it features multiple dynamics, vibrato control, numerous round robins and a variety of traditional and more sophisticated articulations, such as clarinet flutter tongue, with playing styles from lyrical solo oboe to thunderous contrabassoon. Spitfire Symphonic Woodwinds features the core woodwind instruments, plus lesser used areas of the woods family, such as alto and bass flutes, and contrabass clarinets, and presented in an intuitive interface based on a decade of award-winning sampling experience and a quarter century as working composers.

Whether you’re an aspiring John Williams or Alexandre Desplat, this collection of woodwinds will keep you busy for many years to come.

Features include:

  • A broad band covering both solo and a2 sections — combine both to create your a3 sections.
  • From traditional piccolos, flutes, oboes, clarinets and bassoons to a contemporary selection of instruments, from alto, bass flutes, bass clarinets, contrabass clarinets and a thunderous contrabassoon
  • Expertly sampled with the most comprehensive selection of articulations, dynamic layers and round robins available in any woodwinds library
  • Three distinct mic positions: C(lose), T(ree), A(mbient)

Woodwinds are commonly under-represented in modern orchestral scoring, but they can add genuine power to your productions and are therefore an essential part of your orchestral palette. It is also the spirit and diversity of our music scene in London that breeds a diversity of skill sets and broadens our palette beyond the standard symphonic woodwind hegemony. So also to be found within Spitfire Symphonic Woodwinds is a colourful palette of bass and contrabass clarinets, alto and bass flutes to enrich your compositions.

For the more traditional and popular instruments (oboes, C flutes, clarinets, and bassoons) these players have been recorded solo, and two in unison. They are seated exactly in situ, so you can combine a2 patches with solo ones for a slightly larger section, whilst maintaining spectral integrity.

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