Spitfire Audio Intros BBC Symphony Orchestra Sound Library

In partnership with BBC Studios and the BBC Symphony Orchestra, Spitfire Audio has introduced BBC Symphony Orchestra, a new orchestral sound library.

Here’s what they have to say about it:

Spitfire Audio has finally been able to capture what no other sample library has before: a family of astoundingly accomplished players that has shared the stage for thousands of hours, whose musical telepathy and 90-year heritage of performances and recordings is a national and international treasure.

BBC Symphony Orchestra has been expertly recorded by the Spitfire team at London’s famous Maida Vale Studios — home of the BBCSO, and host to The Beatles, Hendrix and Bowie. Our most expansive and ambitious project to date, this landmark library is the stuff of composing dreams: strings, brass, woodwind and percussion, all housed inside our award-winning standalone plugin.

Here is the keynote introduction to BBC Symphony Orchestra:

Pricing and Availability

BBC Symphony Orchestra is available for preorder for US $749 through Nov 7th, 2019 ($999 after that). It’s expected to be available Oct 24th, 2019.

2 thoughts on “Spitfire Audio Intros BBC Symphony Orchestra Sound Library

  1. $749 seems rather inexpensive for the BBC Orch. in a box! For some, this could be a practical challenger to Vienna Symphony. It comes on its own SSD, so these guys are serious. You know whether or not you have the compositional skills to justify it. Its too powerful to only use for making a run at a Swedish death metal symphony. That brass blast made hair rise on my neck, whew…

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