THE SOUND OF CINEMA
THE SOUND OF CINEMA
A space steeped in history, a room most composers can only dream – Abbey Road’s Studio One. Get unparalleled and exclusive access to a 90+ piece orchestra captured in the world’s most celebrated recording location for movie music – from Star Wars and Lord of the Rings, to Harry Potter and Avengers: Endgame. Now available as a collection, a one-of-a-kind set of sound libraries that offer you everything you need to create orchestral cinematic scores. Start composing with the sound of cinema.
A masterful 90-piece symphonic orchestra, recorded in Abbey Road's legendary Studio One - providing the emotion, mood and magic for many of the most successful films ever made.
The Collection brings together Orchestral Foundations and all available Selections. Everything you need to create cinematic scores, inspired by your favourite blockbuster movies.
Unparalleled and exclusive access to the world’s most celebrated recording location for movie music — from Star Wars and Lord of the Rings, to Harry Potter and Avengers: Endgame — it doesn’t get more iconic.
Abbey Road One: Film Scoring Selections also offers a series of smaller and more focused libraries which take inspiration from classic films – delivering pre-orchestrated instrument themes simply and easily. From soaring brass motifs to emotive string legatos, created using all-new recording techniques.
Abbey Road's Studio One is a unique room that has played host to numerous notable film scores, spanning Star Wars: Episode VI — Return of the Jedi, Raiders of the Lost Ark (John Williams), Hollow Man (Jerry Goldsmith), and Aliens (James Horner), The Lord of the Rings trilogy (Howard Shore), several Harry Potter scores, King Arthur (Hans Zimmer), and Gravity (Steven Price), through to more recent game and films releases such as the multi-award-winning The Shape of Water (Alexandre Desplat), Black Panther (Ludwig Göransson), 1917 (Thomas Newman), Avengers: Endgame (Alan Silvestri), Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order (Gordy Haab & Stephen Barton), Uncharted 3 (Greg Edmonson), Halo 4 (Neil Davidge), and Final Fantasy XV (Yoko Shimomura).
Abbey Road One puts the same first-call musicians that play on globally-successful movies at your fingertips, all recorded by multi GRAMMY® Award-winning engineer Simon Rhodes (Avatar, Hugo, Harry Potter) and featuring the legendary Abbey Road microphones and outboard gear.
At Spitfire Audio, our approach is to always record sample libraries in the same way that film scores are recorded, and these Film Scoring Selections are no exception. Considered one of the finest acoustical spaces in the world, Abbey Road’s Studio One has a rich tonality, an expansive low end, and a reverb that is the stuff of legend. With a widescreen and epic sound, it’s no wonder that some of the most renowned and successful films ever made were recorded there, benefiting from the emotion, mood, and magic of the space.