Spitfire Audio Releases KITCHENWARE GLASS Library


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If you want a library with everything including the kitchen sink, check out Spitfire Audio KITCHENWARE GLASS Library for Native Instruments Kontakt 4 & 5. Keep in mind you will need full version of Kontakt to use this library. Read more below.

LONDON, UK: compositional device creator Spitfire Audio is honored to reveal KITCHENWAREGLASS— the ninth installment of its moderately priced Producer Portfolio series, introduced last year to satisfy duplicated demands for drier-sounding, more manipulatable samples for even more non-orchestral music product– since April 23 …

As the most recent Spitfire Audio tool collection for Native Instruments’ KONTAKT 4 or 5 (Mac OS X 10.7 or higher and Windows 7 or later on), KITCHENWARE – GLASS faithfully follows in the tuneful ‘culinary’ steps of its well-liked Producer Portfolio sibling KITCHENWARE – METALS (sampled from numerous specifically picked bowls, jugs, and cups); as implied by name, it’s an arresting compilation of tuned wine glasses along with a range of domestic glass and ceramic kitchenware. Setting up an assortment of beaters and implementing professional percussive performances to crave, all were meticulously recorded with a choice of top notch microphones at Spitfire Audio’s very own writing/recording collections in King’s Cross, is crafting an stellar library of tuned percussion. A variety of stimulating audios that hint at well-worn mallet tools, yet successfully avoid cliches. Almost glockenspiels. Almost celestas. Almost vibraphones. A deeply tasted magical music globe unto itself that’s bound to bring musical magic to any sort of category it meets.

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KITCHENWARE – GLASS makes up 4.1 GB of compressed information from over 10.7 GB in WAV layout and over 12,000 samples with as much as three vibrant layers and 5 round-robins per musical instrument, consisting of an assortment of effortlessly switchable beaters and performance methods like finger nail flicks and whacks. Says Spitfire Audio co-founder Paul Thomson, “Numerous glasses were damaged in the development of this library, I have to claim! Fairly a lot of damaged glass in the studio.” Apparently compositional devices makers can often experience the art, as well!

KITCHENWARE – GLASS could be acquired and downloaded and install straight from Spitfire Audio for an initial affordable cost of 49.00 GBP increasing to 66.00 GBP on April 24, 2014 (subject to VAT within the EU) away: http://www.spitfireaudio.com/products-page (Keep in mind that this will need a complete version of Native Instruments KONTAKT 4 or 5 to run.).


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