Spend over $349 in Spitfire Audio's Black Friday sale and get the Aperture Strings instrument completely free. Here's the details.
British music technology company Spitfire Audio have released their highly anticipated BBC Symphony Orchestra sample library. Here's everything you need to know.
Recorded at London's legendary AIR Studios, these new Kontakt-based string instruments bring uparalleled levels of quality and realism to your productions.
The latest addition to the SYMPHONIC range brings world-class organ sounds to your studio courtesy of Spitfire Audio.
With 99 players, 55 different instruments and 418 techniques, Spitfire Audio's latest orchestral instrument captures the BBC Symphony Orchestra at its finest. Here's what you need to know.
Combining organic textures and loops, this new sound design and cinematic scoring instrument looks to take your sonic palette to the next level. Here's what you need to know.
This 24GB sampled instrument toolkit is available at a discount for a limited time and is made up of 16,000 samples. Here's what you need to know.
Ultra-realistic, dynamic polyrhythmic scores with ultimate control can be yours with this new collection from Spitfire Audio, available at a discount for a limited time.
The Woodwind, Fragile String and Angular String Evolutions libraries are on sale for a limited time and available as a bundle for a discount. Here's what you need to know.
The UK-based developer of high-end virtual instrument libraries has turned its attention to choral sounds - with impressive results. Meet Eric Whitacre Choir.
eDNA EARTH is a massive sound design instrument created from ten years’ worth of widely-used, wide-ranging organic orchestral live recordings.
The accomplished sampled instrument developer has released two instruments for free and you can download them today. Here's what you need to know.
Spitfire describe LABS as a completely free series of software instruments. Starting off this introduction into the world of music making are a strings and soft piano instrument.
Spitfire Audio has a reputation as a heavy hitter in the world of meticulously sampled orchestral instruments. But would their latest release win over Jay Asher?
Glass & Steel for Kontakt, has been described by Spitfire Audio as "tuned percussion from another world". Noah Pred finds out how useful its found sounds are for sound designers and producers.