This dynamic new addition to the Symphonic Range is an inspiring tool created by composers, for composers, offering the flexibility to design expressive shorts and intricate rhythmic patterns with ease, enhancing the realism of your scores and bringing them to life. Featuring London’s finest string players performing a stunning range of rebowing movements, rhythms and playing techniques, experience the same high-end quality as the rest of our celebrated Symphonic libraries, expertly recorded in the world-famous Hall at AIR Studios.
Spitfire Symphonic Motions works especially well with the string libraries recorded in The Hall. For this reason, we are offering owners of Spitfire Symphonic Strings, Spitfire Chamber Strings, Spitfire Chamber Strings Professional or Spitfire Symphonic Strings Evolutions save 40% off the MSRP during the introductory period.
Windows 7, Windows 8, or Windows 10 (latest Service Pack, 32/64-bit) Minimum: 2.8GHz i5 (dual core), 8GB RAM, 15GB free HD space (7200rpm). Recommended: 2.5GHz i7 (quad-core), 16GB RAM, 15GB free SSD space.
Mac OS X 10.10 or later Minimum: 2.8GHz i5 (dual core), 8GB RAM, 15GB free HD space (7200rpm). Recommended: 2.5GHz i7 (quad-core), 16GB RAM, 15GB free SSD space.
Machine must be connected to the internet during install
Compatible with any DAW of your choice
Available in our free dedicated plug-in
Omitting the violas and basses limits the numbers of players to create more precision and clarity of sound, while still keeping the epic symphonic feel of a symphonic string section.
Kepler Orchestra also provides rhythmic solutions for composing, but where Symphonic Motions enables you to create realistic linear repeated phrases, Kepler features sections of different instruments orbiting each other sonically to create rhythmic textures, phrases and swells, influenced by Systems music. Kepler Orchestra was recorded inside Air Studio One, which is a dry stage, whereas Spitfire Symphonic Motion was captured in Lyndhurst Hall, a much more reverberant space. Learn more about the differences here.
Spitfire Symphonic Motions and Evo Grid 3 both provide rhythmic solutions for composing, but there are some significant differences. Symphonic Motions is a dedicated plugin which loads directly in your DAW, whereas Evo Grid 3 is a Kontakt Full library. Symphonic Motions has a large ensemble which is “Symphonic” in scale, whereas Evo Grid 3 has a much smaller chamber sized ensemble. Symphonic Motions has some of the most commonly found rhythmic values such as 6th, 8th, 12th, and 16th notes played both discretely and smoothly across a number of techniques whereas Evo Grid 3 contains rhythmic evolutions, that evolve slowly over time, often quite dramatically. Learn more in this article here.
Our dedicated plugin libraries work as standalone instruments in your DAW, meaning that no serial number is provided and the authorisation process happens during your download. We provide an AU, VST2, VST3 and an AAX, so as long as your chosen DAW supports one of those plugin formats, you’re good to go.
Yes, our license allows for up to two installations at a time for a single user.
Yes, this library will be available with an educational discount. Request your educational discount here. The Educational Discount will apply to the full RRP of the library, not the introductory offer, so any codes received during the promotional period will only “top up” the discount to 30%.
The introductory offer ends August 2nd 2020.
If you already own either Spitfire Symphonic Strings, Symphonic Strings Evolutions, Spitfire Chamber Strings or Spitfire Chamber Strings Professional, you will get 40% off the MSRP of Spitfire Symphonic Motions when you purchase it during the introductory promo period, ending August 2nd. Ensure you are logged in to view your special price.