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2018/12/22 11:19:43 (permalink)

Spitfire LABS Frozen Strings

LABS Frozen Strings was the spark of inspiration that led to the making of one of Spitfire's most renowned libraries — Albion V Tundra. With just six strings players, recorded dry on a cold day in January 2015, Christian Henson set out to create a sound of stark beauty, something that would fit against low, grey skies — the super sul tasto is a haunting highlight.

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Re: Spitfire LABS Frozen Strings 2018/12/22 12:17:38 (permalink) ☄ Helpfulby cclarry2 2018/12/22 12:19:06
Cheers Larry.

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Re: Spitfire LABS Frozen Strings 2018/12/22 12:48:10 (permalink) ☄ Helpfulby cclarry2 2018/12/22 13:08:28
Looking forward to hearing this one! The other Labs sounds are very good. Love the amplified cellos!
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Re: Spitfire LABS Frozen Strings 2018/12/23 03:00:26 (permalink)
This is a really nice freebie -- like all the Labs.

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Re: Spitfire LABS Frozen Strings 2018/12/23 03:28:56 (permalink) ☄ Helpfulby cclarry2 2018/12/23 11:22:22
Yeah, freebies don’t get much better than this. Unless they’re from Sonokinetic. Or from OrangeTreeSamples. Or from AAS. Or from ...

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Re: Spitfire LABS Frozen Strings 2018/12/26 01:53:52 (permalink)
Cool stuff for free, never having done nothing with them before.
 
Volume by default a bit low.
Downloaded all the free stuff. Major lack of progressive articulations that one would expect in a pro Kontakt library.
However, useful sounds. The electric piano seems to have some response from soft to hard,but is it worth the gigabytes download when so many other EP's deliver even better?
 
The Choir download is a one trick pony but does the one trick very well. Have to keep a key pressed like they said to let a voice go thru the full spectrum. Have to play the thing like an instrument, but worth the experiment.
The cello stuff is not that useful to me because of the chatter in the presets.
 
Strings have some good sounds.
 
Thanks as always Larry,
 
John
 
 
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