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P2P | 30 May 2021 | 192.08 GB
Spitfire Studio Strings marks the first release of a vital all-new Spitfire Orchestra range. Our ambition was to create an incredibly versatile pro-end dry stage sample library. By choosing the crisp and vibrant setting of AIR Studio One, a smaller, more controllable space than the opulent Lyndhurst Hall, we offer our fellow composers a string library with depth, detail, and focus all at once. It will work on anything from passionate period dramas to modern Scandi noir. It’s a fit for quirky indie and crisp pop but can also tackle epic film and games scores.

This new set of orchestral libraries, two years in the making, has all the treasured Spitfire hallmarks: A-list London session players, priceless instruments and an unparalleled signal path recorded to tape by Grammy award-winning engineer Simon Rhodes. As with our existing symphonic and chamber ranges, we have applied a “no stone unturned” approach: an encyclopaedia of articulations (playing styles), vibrato control, numerous dynamic layers and round-robins for seamless, nuanced realism.

Our new Studio Strings package is a medium chamber (or small symphonic) ensemble recorded by section (1st violin, 2nd violins, violas, cellos and double basses), and is available in two versions: Spitfire Studio Strings, and the more extensive Spitfire Studio Strings Professional.

Spitfire Audio Spitfire Studio Strings Professional KONTAKT screenshot

Spitfire Studio Strings takes you straight to the heart of our most pristine orchestral library to date: 148 articulations across the full 30-piece string section (, from soaring legato and our signature whispering super-flautando, right down to spiccato, hairpins, grace notes, and FX. Immediately usable, instantly compelling.

The Professional edition of the library offers all of this and more, opening the door to peerless detail and control — 5 extra mics, 2 extra mixes, large band ( and divisi for each section.

We were determined to go the extra mile and offer divisi (half sections) in the Pro library, which empowers a new level of modular control. Your string orchestra is now configurable from the fibrous intimacy of dual four-piece 1st violin sections, three-piece 2nds, three-piece violas and three-piece cellos ( up to the rich power of – a combination of the main sections (including basses) plus two divisi.

In addition to an all-embracing 232 articulations, you can access and personalise your mix of the full microphone armoury of Simon Rhodes — six different setups, from pin-sharp to super-wide, picked up by the best from Neumann, Schoeps, Sennheiser and others.

Spitfire Audio Spitfire Studio Strings Professional KONTAKT screenshot

Spitfire users now have a comprehensive range of orchestral manoeuvres. We believe Studio Strings suits users of our existing Lyndhurst Hall ranges as an essential sonic alternative. It is also perfect for those looking to buy a strings library that will give them the most bang for their buck – being usable in the widest range of musical settings, ready for your own favourite reverbs and FX. With the versatility we have engineered into this library, we have no doubt that Spitfire Studio Strings will be a cherished part of your music-making over the next decade.

Spitfire Audio Spitfire Studio Strings Professional KONTAKT screenshot

Simon Rhodes was an obvious choice for our entirely new Studio orchestra range — a microphone magician with multiple Grammy awards to his name, and a senior engineer at Abbey Road Studios. He has worked at the highest level in film score recording, having been James Horner’s go-to engineer for 18 years. Blockbuster movies such as Avatar, Skyfall and Spectre have also had the Rhodes treatment.

Spitfire Audio Spitfire Studio Strings Professional KONTAKT screenshot

You can choose Simon’s mix, or with the Professional edition of the library, customise from the various mic options, from close to ambient, as well as two ‘Tree’ setups, both using Schoeps microphones. “The second uses Schoeps MK 21 wide cardioids (or sub-cardioids), which are great for keeping the room sound at bay while allowing you to get a sense of distance and perspective. This was especially important for our prized divisi recordings, where we recorded different sets of players in separate chairs, divided between inside and outside desks. With a touch of reverb on, this library is going to sound very lush and beautiful, but at the same time keep hold of all the detail.”

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  Member 29.11.2020 29 2348
I need new hard drive again
It makes no sense to say you’re not good at it. It’s like saying, “I’m not good at being a monk.” You are either living as a monk or you’re not.
  Resident 18.03.2013 680
This really is very good if you know what you are doing with strings. Thank you.

The thing is with these libraries, it also not just the space they take up, it is the RAM they use. And then you have to know how to play. Owning this will not immediately make your productions sound like Hans Zimmer. You need to understand proper string arrangements and the way strings are played for it to actually warrant owning it. With all good intentions, 10TB of string samples are going to sound shit if you don't know what you are doing haha. I regret that a lof of people downloading this will have it sat on their hard drive just so that can say they have it.
  Member 27.07.2019 55
cheer up, man! You will always have your ego saying those reasonable things that you say to feel that you are not mass, that you are different, unique, superior, come on, an expert. At least it has become clear to me!
  Member 27.07.2019 55
And it is so ... But you could have summed it up by saying that no tool makes a good craftsman, or that habit does not make a monk. No tool at all, cheap or expensive, big or small. But if it's good, damn it, it's cool to be able to taste it!
  Resident 18.03.2013 680
That's great news!
  Member 21.06.2018 15 6485
  Member 4.09.2020 306
Dont worry, im here. i know how to use it, edit it and trim it down to a pocket size
  Resident 24.05.2015 1 451
quote by cliquid And then you have to know how to play. Owning this will not immediately make your productions sound like Hans Zimmer. .

parallel minor - lead tone
parallel minor - lead tone
like that
beauty is in the eye, my friend
and thank you Hidera
  Resident 18.03.2013 680
Now we can all be Hans Zimmer.
  Member 26.01.2018 8
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  Member 2.10.2013 5 257

Finally!!!! At last!!! So, since today, every year the 2 of May will be the day of Inner Zimmer.
  Resident 12.11.2014 7 292
WTF do you care if someone wants to put anything on their computer. You venting with this unprovoked whining is pathetic. Do you really need to be involved in what others choose to do? Are you that needy? Let them do what they want. It's no business of yours.
  Member 15.10.2017 1340
True. I have achieved shit sound with far less than this.
SymlinkTool: LSE - Firewall Control: WFC
  Member 22.10.2016 457
Yeah me too, but I have run out of sellable body parts.
They didn't want my lung.
  Member 16.11.2013 252
Anyone that can do basic math has noticed that in the Spitfire range of libraries, you need two REALLY large hard disks even if all you owned was all Spitfire libraries. ????
  Member 4.09.2020 306
Not at all, I have most of spirfires catalog and it doesnt make a mark on a 2TB disk,
its nothing in reality.
Now, if you want to keep the useless fluff making up 200gb per release, use up precious earth resources & drain your account buying hard drives, thats your choice.
  Resident 9.10.2013 271
@rollerball please take over!

Thanks for sharing!
  Member 10.05.2019 1 140
Good one
  Member 4.09.2020 306
Do it yourself, its piss easy & quick. its not like AUDiOUTOPIA/R2R cracking latest iLok thats for sure
  Resident 27.05.2020 29 445
Yes it is easy, but definitely not a quick process. Especially given this library's size.
  Resident 27.05.2020 29 445
For now I'm perfectly fine with the basic Studio Strings. Maybe someday!
  Resident 16.11.2013 12 828
Wow.... lets make some love now

thank you for the great hare!
  Resident 12.11.2014 7 292
Thank you so much!
  Member 9.07.2015 1 10
the Comment has been Removed
  Member 10.02.2020 107
Ok so who do I need to sell my arm and leg too.... 192GB WOW
  Resident 31.01.2017 598
And another recycled reverb variant of the same old Albion with a fancy title from this marketing company.
At the time of the price of hard drives skyrocketing.
Good luck!
  Member 14.12.2019 4 304
Is it so?
Tell us more plz..

I knew SSymphS derives from BML Strings,
but I didn't knew about Albion/SStudioS..

And what about Chamber strings, are they also derived?
I find them to be actually similar sounding to the Studio..

Or what about Hans Zimmer Strings, is it a new production?
How it compares with SSymphS or SStudioS??

-In my experience and after listening some demos,
I'd say from better to wrose: Studio>Chamber>Symphonic

Symphonic are just too wet and undefined, no Stacc,
and the Cellos suck incredibly.

Chamber is way less wet, more Correct,
much better Celli and Basses..

However I think the Vibrato system sucks in both libs,
it affects the volume so you need to have it set very high..

And while it digs deeper than the vibrato on other libs (MSS vib is scarce in comparison), I don't like the way it's ever so present, makes it sound kinda fake..

Studio Strings seem to be the Dryest and the most Balanced/Expressive of the bunch, probably the better deal..

But yeah I haven't tried them yet
  Member 4.09.2020 306
Jazz doesnt understand what core material makes up this library, he just sees the usual extra gigabytes of duplicate samples and thinks its recycled.
Horses for courses, Move on Jazz, theres nothing to see here

Anyway Ŧยχøя, You cant really say one is better than the other just generally, because they are all slightly/massively different
  Member 14.12.2019 4 304
Of course they are Different, they offer a different type of sound/style of production, and have its strengths/weaknesses..

But at face value, pound for pound, objectively speaking,
it's clear, and we can say one is a better deal than the other..
Or I can because that's my impression, and subjective empirical opinion.

Or at least I think Chamber is a better deal than Symphonic,
because besides of the sound/production difference,
the latter has no Stacc, horrible/next to unusable Celli, and pretty bad Basses too...

So even if they sound different, and are made with a different style/purpose in mind, Chamber is a much better Deal as a finished Product.
Simply because they include Stacc, and the Celli have a much better/defined enough sound as to be Usable.

And the same could be said about Studio Strings..
I haven't tried them, I don't have the personal experience,
but judging by the Demos I've seen, it's clear Studio Strings are the most refined/perfected of the bunch.

And that could make them be a better Deal for paying users,
regardless of the empirical style/production differences.

But ofc I will have to try them before getting to a conclusion.
  Resident 20.02.2011 1167
Hi jazzzz

I actually own this library so I know what im talking about - unlike others

I bought this massive monster of several reasons but first of all because you can play with it without the sound of the room it is recorded in which provides a lot of interesting options for subsequently adding exactly the reverb you prefer to use for it.

It´s not a perfect string library but its the best Ive dealed with so far.

quote by jazzzzAnd another recycled reverb variant of the same old Albion with a fancy title from this marketing company.
At the time of the price of hard drives skyrocketing.
Good luck!

I know you hate SF ..... you´ve told us here before. Expensive yes but you also get a lot for the money you pay imho.

My 50 cents
You can't have everything; where would you put it?

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