Spitfire Audio Advances BML Brass Story in Bones Vol 1

Trumbones Added to Brass Collection
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LONDON, UK: compositional tools creator Spitfire Audio is proud to announce availability of BONES Vol. 1 — adding trombones to the ultimate detailed brass collection as part of its BML (British Modular Library), a longterm project to create the greatest-sounding, deepest sampled, and ultimately future-proofed living orchestral virtual instruments collection on the planet — as of March 1

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Following in the fabulous footsteps of HORN SECTION Vol. 1 (featuring essential articulations for both solo horn and horns a2 — a2 meaning two players on each) and LOW BRASS (tuba, contrabass trombone, cimbasso, and cimbasso a2), BONES Vol. 1 represents the eighth installment in the ongoing BML series of virtual instruments for Mac (OS X 10.6 or higher) and PC (Windows 7) with its essential articulations for trombone allowing composers to add further fine detail, musical expression, beauty, and focus to their work.

As working award-winning composers themselves, the collective that is Spitfire Audio appreciate what it takes to make world-class film, TV, and games music. As such, BONES Vol. 1 is a carefully curated selection of articulations from two trombone sections — Tenor Trombones a2 and Bass Trombones a2 — to provide everything needed to compose great music for a brass section. Future volumes will follow, featuring soloists to provide three different players of each size on different instruments in different positions when played tutti (together).