Most popular entry points

For anyone wanting to start creating orchestral, TV, film & games music investing into that first set of samples can be quite daunting. By studying our sales, this configuration is by far the most popular selection made by our customers wanting to start their journey with us here at Spitfire Audio. We have been giving students an unrestricted 30%-off discount for years now. In this collection we extend it to anyone wishing to buy into Spitfire's most popular product combination, in this case the 26% off saves you $397.00 against a $1496.00 price tag if you were to buy separately.

Park Bench Eyes - Homay Schmitz (0:00 / 1:31)

Onederlust - C.Henson (0:00 / 1:27)

Someone - A. Blaney - Contextual (0:00 / 3:02)

Grumpy - O.Weder (Naked) (0:00 / 2:24)

Sweet Little Moment (Quartet) - Homay Schmitz (0:00 / 2:27)

Beyond (Violin) - Oliver Patrice Weder (0:00 / 0:52)

Images- ALL MICS - Andy B (0:00 / 2:12)

Duelling Mallets - Christian Henson (0:00 / 1:27)


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Products in the Collection


Everything you need to make epic modern music in ONE box. At its heart is a 109 piece orchestra accompanied by a thunderous cinematic percussion section, dynamically layered loops designed by award winning music makers, an enormous steam synthesiser and many more surprises. With all new sample content for 2015 and cross-grade options for original volume 1 ’legacy’ owners.

Skaila Kanga - Harp Redux

A detailed and beautiful harp library performed by London's leading performer; Skaila Kanga. Recorded at Air Studios and ingeniously scripted to burst out of the "box".... Once you lay your hands on this you'll never look for another.

Sacconi Strings - Quartet

Purpose built tools for writing for string quartets performed by an award winning and sought after British group in arguably the best chamber acoustic in the world.

Spitfire Percussion

A comprehensive orchestral percussion library featuring the renowned Joby Burgess in Lyndhurst Hall at Air Studios. Alongside a huge array of large and small percussion, timpani, bass drums and cymbals lie a set of mallet instruments described by Sound On Sound magazine as "to die for".