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COLOSSAL HYBRID SYNTH. A once in a lifetime collection of electronic sounds derived, warped and re-birthed from Spitfire's enormous and highly valued collection of orchestral sample recordings... the first phase in our e.D.N.A. (ELECTRONIC DNA) project, creating the next generation of sound-ware for the next generation of electronic sound-smiths.

Phase #1 ‘EARTH’ is a collection of 1900+ basic instruments mangled into 1001 custom patches by our award winning team of composers, sound-smiths, producers and engineers into a collection of play-out-of-the-box “cartridges”. Load up eDNA, with an award winning interface, slam in a cartridge and play play play. Such is the depth of content here that if you were to play each sound for 30 seconds, it would take you exactly 24 hours to listen to every instrument and patch... And that’s without fag and loo breaks. We’re not ambulance chasing here, this is not about the music of now, of yesterday, this is a new chapter, a new sonic arsenal.

Spitfire Audio eDNA 01 Earth v1.1 KONTAKT screenshot


Included with the EARTH pack are 1900+ and 1001 custom patches that spring out of the box and bite.


We have been recording the finest orchestral players for seven years now. We have been practising our craft in the creation of the finest strings, brass, woodwinds and percussion libraries. But throughout this period, we have also been harbouring a darker ambition. As many of us here at Spitfire come from the first wave of UK EDM in the 90's we have hungered to get our hands on these awesome sounds for our own ill gotten gains. For the last seven years there has been a secret hard drive, a depository of the best of these orchestral recordings saved to create the ultimate raw material, the ultimate ore, a set of polished diamonds waiting to be roughed up all over again.


For the last 5 years we have been experimenting with orchestral warping and many of these early attempts have been enjoyed by a large group of users using the beautiful and sometimes downright dirty "Stephenson's Steam Band" sections of our Albion range. In these early years we set about finding the most rarefied analogue outboard equipment, synths, filters, gates, verbs, and also commissioned and created a rare set of bespoke digital signal paths. At regular points over the last few years we have taken our secret drive out of it's secret cupboard, pulled the sounds up and fed them through these multi stage signal paths. We often left it simmering overnight, creating the most delicious and sometimes just 'wrong' set of sounds.


During the warp stage we created well over a terabyte of data. Needing to cut this down to a reasonable size, the Spitfire team of multi award winning composers, producers, techs and engineers set about pairing this down to the very best of the best. From this we created a set of multi-sampled Sound-Sets. The very building blocks of 'Earth' itself. These were then organised by sound-type into manageable Sound-Banks.


Over the last seven years Spitfire - in partnership with Blake Robinson - have been creating intuitive and ingenious scripts, simple to use GUIs and attractive front ends. A year ago, we wiped the script clean and set about creating a monster of a new script engine. This we call eDNA. With more details to follow, we will show how the sound sets and banks of 'Earth' can be used in conjunction with the eDNA engine to quickly, dramatically and awesomely customise sounds beyond recognition.


Once the sound banks were implanted into eDNA, we distributed 'Earth - Beta' around our state-of-the-art complex in Central London, UK. Spitfire is a team of award winning composers, producers, track makers, and engineers. Using this pedigree, we have created a jaw dropping number of the original, haunting, beautiful, epic, angry, fat and down-right unpleasant sounds. We ignored the zeitgeist, we ignored what's been before and just set about creating something new. With eDNA's delightful GUI, this uncharted territory of new sonic experimentation is one knob or slider away from making it your own. Or simply start from the "vanilla" sound-banks, roll your sleeves up and give eDNA a tickle.


1900+ Factory instruments and 1001 custom patches designed by our award winning team. Organised into virtual cartridges, slam one in and play play play!

Imagine the eDNA engine as a set of two turntables and a massively complex DJ mixer. It contains two sound bays with individual and independent modulators, control of trim, bend, glide, cloning, tuning, ADSR and lpfs and hpfs and wobbles that modulate pitch, volume and filters.

There is an onboard gate sequencer that allows independent gating between these two bays and unified control of amount, and shape, speed and length of sequence.

These two signals are then at last unified with a DJ style x-fader. Move between the sounds with the mouse or the factory-default assigned modulation wheel. But it doesn't stop there. We've designed a custom script that oscillates the x-fader automatically with control over speed and phase.

Last but not least is eDNA's five stage FX path with 34 custom plugins (including a bunch of bespoke IRs) pre-loaded. There are two "layer fx" stages that effect sound A or B. A "motorised" FX stage that can either effect A, B or both. A master FX stage that effects the entire output. Finally an auxilliary FX stage that can be sent via the layers or master FX stage. Any parameter of these can be assigned for automation or assignment to your controller. See this diagram to understand eDNA's signal patch more fully:


"Earth" is an anthology of 1900+ vanilla instruments and 1001 custom patches in our 'artist' collections. If you were to spend no more than 30 second listening to every sound on Earth (excuse pun) it would take you 24 hours of solid listening, without fag or loo breaks. To make sense of this awesome arsenal of sonic weaponry we've organise everything into cartridges. With the artists we have briefed them on a sonic "style" with our factory cartridges we have largely organised by type of sound and have released our first "best of" compiled by Christian Henson the chief curator on the Earth project.


ADDED: Faster options for the oscillator
ADDED: Ability to scale oscillator directions using the smaller sliders to its left/right
ADDED: Users can now pick the oscillator envelope shape
ADDED: New Wheelspin cartridge available
UPDATE: Star rating system added to allow users to rate sounds 1-5
FIXED: IR browser now selected IRs correctl

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  Resident 5.12.2012 812 19313
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  Contributor 26.11.2019 59 161
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  Resident 16.01.2014 219
would you be willing to share the update only?
  Resident 23.01.2012 73 247
Please mate!!!....upload the update only

Thanks in advance
  Member 8.08.2017 23
Yet uploaded in august 2020...
  Resident 26.11.2015 871
an oldy but goodie!
make music, not walls.
  Resident 13.02.2014 1 498
has anyone gotten this to work in KK? Ive tried but cant seem to get it to show up in the instrument browser.
If it ain't loud? I don't wanna hear it!
  Member 18.11.2017 6 52
If I'm not mistaken, in case of an error, you need to make a change to the windows reg. I seem to remember that the solution was proposed on the sister site. Try looking over there.
  Resident 26.07.2016 229
Someone shared a earth.ncint file which replaces the one that comes with the lib on sister site. Look for it there. Just download it and replace old one. Works fine.
If there's one thing you can say about mankind,
there's nothing kind about man.
  Resident 3.11.2013 3 328
Thanks for the heads-up. But I think there should be additional content: too much of a size difference with the original version.
  Resident 20.02.2011 1061
Latest version of this library is:

You can't have everything; where would you put it?
  Resident 3.11.2013 3 328
Getting lots of CRC errors win 7-Zip and WinRar finds corrupt files and extracts only 3 volumes out of 7. Re-downloaded offending archives but issue remains.
  Resident 26.07.2014 23 363
Same, both hosts have errors.
  Member 5.01.2014 2 382
Packed data checsum errors in 13,15 and 17 on both Rapid and Uploaded. Downloaded twice still errors.

  Resident 12.11.2014 2 104
Patiently waiting for Albion NEO and Eric Whitacre Choir
  Member 29.06.2019 30 68
Orbis Phobos oops sorry
  Member 13.10.2019 28
Thank you Andremax.
"How inappropriate to call this planet Earth
when it is quite clearly Ocean."
— Arthur C. Clarke
  Member 4.04.2021 2
Can somebody help me? I got a legit Version of Kontakt (Native Access etc) all the 3rd Party libraries that i added show up as Demo Version. Is there a way to fix it?
  Member 27.05.2014 107
Libraries you dl from audioz are never going to work in legit version,you need the latest cracked Kontakt.
  Resident 10.04.2012 166
Yep, the only fix is to get rid of your legit Kontakt and install the crack. That's been holding me back from buying Kontakt for years. I do buy some libraries though, so I'm doing my part.
Trust, but verify.
  Member 4.04.2021 2
Wow i thank you guys, it worked perfectly. Greetz from GER
  Resident 25.04.2012 74 7712
Did anyone extract without errors because there are a lot of reports of them. I'll check myself but I need to wait until my hard drive arrives. If the answer is no then I should be able to get a reupload for you.
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Look at the love laid at your feet
Lay down your fears
Look at the pride in their defeat
  Resident 26.07.2014 23 363
No Cat, both hosts have errors, save your bandwidth.
  Resident 25.04.2012 74 7712
Okay, thanks for the feedback. I'll have the contributor look into it and get you guys a newly created archive.
Open your eyes
Look at the love laid at your feet
Lay down your fears
Look at the pride in their defeat
  Member 13.06.2018 2
That would be great Catalyst, i can confirm a lot of errors on primary and mirrors hosts also.
Thanks a lot !
  Member 5.01.2014 2 382
Can confirm 13, 15 and 17 parts still have checksum errors.

  Member 5.01.2014 2 382
Any new archive as yet?


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