The perfect partnership
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Spitfire Solo Strings is the perfect accompaniment to the cinematic power of Albion ONE. These libraries are used together more often than any other two Spitfire products. Spitfire Solo Strings enables you to add nuance, depth and detail to your compositions, as well as breathtaking levels of realism. Strings are at the heart of almost every cinematic score, and you will use them in the majority of your scoring adventures. Solo Strings gives you first-call virtuoso London players that will rise above the force of the Albion ONE orchestra. Both libraries are recorded in the same space, making these two a powerful sonic duo.
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Our most renowned orchestral sample library, Albion One is everything you need to make film music in one box. A 109-piece orchestra, accompanied by a thunderous cinematic percussion section, recorded at the world famous Hall at AIR Studios London, plus warpable loops designed by award-winning engineers, and an enormous steam synthesiser. Containing high dynamics and energy, whilst being highly flexible across multiple genres, choose from four mic positions and a huge range of articulations, including our renowned legatos, for extra control. Perfect for first-timers and established composers alike, this industry standard product is the perfect place to start your film scoring journey.
Sometimes you need the intimacy and detail of a single voice to rise above the force of an orchestra. Reach for Spitfire Solo Strings – the all-new accompaniment to our Symphonic and Chamber ranges, featuring exceptional first-call London virtuosos.
Solo Strings is designed to stand out, but also to fit in: this entirely new library sits perfectly alongside the Spitfire orchestral ranges, utilising the same location, peerless signal chain, mic positions and range of articulations that make up the DNA of our high quality orchestral packages. Single players in the acoustic luxury of the hall at Air Lyndhurst, captured on rich sounding 2” tape.