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Spitfire Labs Competition

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I know a couple of people on Basschat use the Spitfire Labs Kontakt (full) Patches, I thought this might be of interest.



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Nice, I love the Labs instruments. Currently I have:[list]
[*]Bedlam Piano
[*]Henson's Frozen Strings
[*]Plucked Grand Piano
[*]Scary Strings
[*]Felt Piano
[*]Moon Guitar
[*]Permafrost Strings
[*]Lightweight Cimbalom
[*]Lightweight Hapsichord
Most of them have made their way into my tracks. The felt piano in particular is beautiful and I used the bedlam piano in a recent (as yet unreleased) track where it worked perfectly.

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William Morris has been doing some really nice demos of some of the Labs instruments over on YouTube:


(That's a link to his channel so it won't embed by the way.)

Edited by Mornats

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I just discovered the spitfire labs stuff (and the William Morris demos) yesterday by chance. Some beautiful sounds! No doubt I'll be purchasing a few of them. Scary strings, plucked grand, kalimba and mini harp for starters...

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Yes indeed, the Felt Piano is very nice. I can usually find somewhere to put a least one of those patches into a piece/track.
(Over the years I have collected the lot apart from the folk loops - In the early days they used to be £2.00 a go).

If I get time to enter the Basschat shenanigans this month, as a challenge to myself, I think I might use only the Labs patches and then enter that into the 'Thinkspace' comp as well. :D

Recently the Epic Piano Pads were free to download (they sound great). I am not sure they are still available though.

[b]EDIT :[/b]
Found them. Scroll down to the bottom and the link is still there.

Edited by lowdown

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