Spitfire Audio has introduced Evo Grid 001 – a new virtual instrument that features long, evolving orchestral strings.
Here’s a video intro:
Here’s what they have to say about Evo Grid 001:
Spitfire went about recording 48 different and very long Evos. Not just tense, mysterious and frightening Evos as with Scary Strings. But also intensely beautiful, tender and moving.
Recorded across 12 intervals, and arranged on a 12 x 48 grid the true genius of this library lies in its interface.
With a GUI Inspired by the EMS VCS3 you can instantly select (or peg) what evo sits on each of the 12 key ranges. This gives you literally an almost infinite number of personalised configurations. Toggle your pegs around, or hit “Randomise”, replay the MIDI and no cue will ever sound the same twice!
The pièce de résistance here though is the ability to play ultra minimal music whilst holding your audience captive with the ever changing kaleidoscope of progressive string techniques.
Whilst playing the material orchestrated by Ben Foskett, we couldn’t stop ourselves from creating an additional 5 grids of awesome warped, saturated and totally The Evo Grid 001 library is available for the introductory price of £134 GBP until March 2nd, 2015 (RRP £179 GBP). Requires a full version of Kontakt 4 or 5.
Evo Grid 001 is available now from the Spitfire Audio site for £134, through March 2nd, RRP £179 thereafter.