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Samples, Kontakt
Spitfire Audio Spitfire Studio Strings Professional KONTAKT-Minified screenshot
P2P | 20 July 2021 | 5.92 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.

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 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 (8.6.6.6.4), 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 (16/12/12/12/4) 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 (4.3.3.3) up to the rich power of 16.12.12.12.4 – a combination of the main sections (including basses) plus two divisi.
In addition to an all-embracing 232 articulations, you can access and personalize your mix of the full microphone armory of Simon Rhodes – six different setups, from pin-sharp to super-wide, picked up by the best from Neumann, Schoeps, Sennheiser and others.

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 favorite 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

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 Specter have also had the Rhodes treatment.
You can choose Simon’s mix, or with the Professional edition of the library, customize 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.

— — — — — MINIFIED INFO — — — — — — —

Since I like to have many Kontakt libraries but don't want to fill my hard drives with them, I minify them, keeping only what I really need from them.

— Library size is 8.1GB (from ~ 195GB)
— Added a "Big Hall" IR, so we can choose in the UI "Reverb: Studio" or "Reverb: Hall"
— All samples are 16bit
— Only the "Close1" mic exists

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  Member 25.12.2018 5 66
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Ask for advice.
Anyone have a way to "remove all zone missing sample kontakt".
all the instruments at once?. or large quantities at one time.
Please tell me.
  Resident 26.11.2015 993
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i'd love to know this too. in kontakt 5 and before, you could batch resave and "skip missing" which would remove zones but with kontakt 6, one can only "ignore missing" which is also very useful but definitely doesn't remove zones. wish they kept the skip missing option in there.
make music, not walls.
  Member 25.12.2018 5 66
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Yes. In the old ver. I was able to batch re-save it without asking for the missing sample. Every time I restart the instrument.

In kontakt 6 it's not possible anymore. I had to gradually delete one by one and save again. which is very slow.

  Resident 26.11.2015 993
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i just read this article that says:
"You'd need to go in the instrument edit mode, then in Mapping Editor, right-click context menu there's an option to remove zones with missing samples. THEN save the instrument. If you cannot enter instrument edit mode because the instrument is locked for editing, you can't do anything about it."

it seems to work, but still - one instrument at a time oof.
make music, not walls.
  Member 25.12.2018 5 66
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Yes. I use that method.
That's why I said it was very slow to finish it all.
  Resident 27.05.2020 24 394
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There is no way unfortunately. You have to go the long route and work on each instrument individually.
  Member 25.12.2018 5 66
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Cinematic Studio. Your version is very responsive.
original version. The response is quite slow. Because it takes time to load the Samples.
  Resident 30.01.2014 7 1799
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As I couldn't manage to download the "big one", I really appreciate to be able to download this shrinked version!!

Thank you so much!

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