Discover the wonderful world of Albion — our bestselling series of modern cinematic scoring tools, taking you from the edge of silence to an epic, blockbuster sound — all in one collection. The modern composer's dream, each Albion is centered around a beautiful orchestra of varying sizes, performing a huge range of classic and progressive techniques captured in the world-famous acoustics of Lyndhurst Hall at AIR Studios, London, as well as Castle Sound, Edinburgh. These sounds have been taken to new dimensions to give you inspiring synths, loops, pads, and textures, presented in dynamic, award-winning interactive interfaces. The Albion range gives you everything you need to create breathtaking TV, film, games, and trailer scores, as well as giving you the edge when adding cinematic, hybrid orchestral elements to pop, electronic music, and beyond.
Powered by our bespoke eDNA synth engine, Albion IV Uist is made up of Albion's large cinematic orchestral ensembles, this time playing a staggering 800 unique and extraordinary atonal, aleatoric articulations orchestrated by Ben Foskett, presented alongside an epic collection of 200 warped orchestral hybrids and textures, particularly suited to thrillers. Recorded at The Hall at AIR Studios — home to the recordings of the world's biggest blockbuster film scores —this is the most progressive chapter in our bestselling Albion range: an orchestral series that gives you everything you need to make modern film music.
The next chapter in our bestselling Albion series. At the heart of this modern cinematic collection is a chamber-sized orchestra with an intimate string section, split by divisi across all articulations for incredible definition and expression — all captured in the unparalleled resonance of The Hall at AIR Studios.
These organic recordings have been taken to new dimensions to create an encyclopaedic range of hybrid synths, inspiring loops and textures, including over 300 curated presets to take your scores into the new decade, all in one instantly playable package. Where Albion ONE was for blockbusters, NEO is flexible across genres, designed to inspire a new wave of forward-thinking composers, artists and producers looking to create a closer, more emotive, hybrid sound – for TV, films and beyond.
Albion ONE is a renowned, industry-standard orchestral sample library that provides all you need to make film music. This title comprises a 109-piece orchestra, accompanied by a thunderous cinematic percussion section, recorded at the world-famous Lyndhurst Hall at AIR Studios in London. Plus, there are warpable loops designed by award-winning engineers and an enormous steam synthesiser.
Albion ONE contains high dynamics and energy while being versatile across multiple genres. Choose from four microphone positions and a high range of articulations including our esteemed legatos, for extra control. Equally suited to first-timers and established composers alike, this industry-standard product is the perfect place to start and go as deep as you want.
A celebration of un-notated traditions passed down through generations, and captured through the magic of sampling, Albion Solstice explores the visionary artistry from modern, folk, and heritage instruments. Passionately curated, this library transcends genre to give you everything you need to create modern cinematic scores.
The breadth of instrumentation and alternative techniques that forms the nucleus of this composing toolkit is staggering. Inspired by our rich and varied musical heritage, Solstice is a wellspring of opportunities featuring strings, brass, and woodwind accompanied by unique instruments from nyckelharpa, Celtic fiddles, hurdy-gurdy, and modern synthesizers, percussion performances, and much more. This is not a library to create folk music with, but simply everything you need to create cinematic scores for today, inspired by the past.
Capturing a characteristically Scandinavian sound, we've sampled a 100-piece orchestra playing never-before-sampled techniques, at the very edge of silence. Alongside our huge range of orchestral content are bellows, percussion and a characterful warped synth section — everything you need to take it down a degree or two.