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Bones Volume 1 from Spitfire Audio is part of The British Modular Library, an ongoing project to provide composers with the ability to add fine detail and musical expression to their compositions. This volume features three horn players, one recorded solo, two recorded in unison, seated exactly in situ which allows for combining the unison patches with the solo ones for a slightly larger section, whilst maintaining spectral integrity. Moreover, when combined with other BML modules or the Albion range, everything slots together like an orchestral jigsaw puzzle.
The library features multiple round robins, dynamic layers and easily usable, fully functional legato, along with intelligent articulation switching. Additionally, the samples are presented with numerous microphone positions, which can be mixed and blended together to fit a current application, and also automated for dramatic shifts in focus and depth. A full version of KONTAKT 5 is required to utilize this sample library.
Recorded at Air Studios in London using finest players and instruments
Players positioned "in situ"
30+ GB of sample data
Numerous round robins and dynamic layers
Fully functional "true legato"
Various mixable microphone perspectives
Intelligent articulation switching
Sonically fits with other Spitfire products in the BML (British Modular Library) series
Samples captured via top flight valve and ribbon microphones through bespoke Neve Monserrat preamps into a Neve 88R desk, and then to meticulously maintained 2" tape
Digitized at 24-bit/96 kHz resolution through a Prism A/D converter