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Music Software Review: Albion ONE by Spitfire Audio

 Albion ONE – A complete reboot of the legendary Albion A few years ago, Spitfire Audio released something that would find its way into many composers’ sonic arsenal – Albion. It featured an entire collection of orchestral sections, percussion, cinematic electronic sounds, and more. It has been praised as a “golden

Notes from NAMM 2016

A few short weeks ago, Anaheim once again hosted the 2016 edition of the NAMM show. As always, there were many new and exciting innovations being exhibited, and many old favourites returned to give musicians even more reasons to love them. Our friend and colleague Gregory Paxton was there this year, and he brings back

Music Software Review: Mural Vol 3 by Spitfire Audio

Mural Vol 03 is the latest installment of the British Modular Library (BML) Symphonic Strings by Spitfire Audio. The focus of Mural V0l 01 was on basic articulations, while Mural Vol 02 provided more longs, shorts, and legatos. We shall have a closer look at the new content found in Mural Vol 03. Features Overview

Music Software Review: Mural Vol 2 by Spitfire Audio

Mural Volume 2 is the latest edition of Spitfire Audio’s richly expressive symphonic strings from their ongoing orchestral BML series. For those not familiar with the British Modular Library approach, Mural Volume 2 not only provides a second chapter of brand new symphonic string articulations to complement the first volume, it integrates both

Music Software Review: Spitfire Mural (Vol 1)

I actually had to look up the word “Mural” in a dictionary to be certain I understood what it meant. The dictionary in OSX Mavericks explained it as “a painting or other work of art executed directly on a wall”. It’s a good description of Mural, Spitfire Audios symphonic strings

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