Spitfire Audio has returned with one other free digital instrument below its LABS sequence: Autoharp.
Sounds for the digital zither had been recorded by composer Christian Henson on the UK-based Castlesound Studios. The Autoharp pack additionally contains an FX sign that incorporates a recording of the instrument despatched by means of a Vox guitar amp. This added sign brings a “grittier” timbre to the instrument, says Spitfire.
Autoharp options some fundamental controls that have an effect on expression, dynamics and quantity. There’s additionally a built-in reverb for including ambiance to your output. Hearken to it in motion beneath:
Simply final month, Spitfire dropped another addition to the free LABS series: Percussion. It features a smorgasbord of drum hits, shakers, timbales, cowbells and congas. In response to the model, these sounds can be excellent for each media composition and digital manufacturing.
Spitfire has additionally been teaming up with a number of instrument collaborators on different digital devices. Final month, it launched Landfill Totems, a set of sounds made with scientific gear, conceived in partnership with digital music composer Hainbach.
The model additionally teamed up with Abbey Highway Studios to pattern a historic piano, utilized by the Beatles in Penny Lane, for Mrs Mills Piano. And final December, it rolled out Drumline, an instrument that brings the Blue Devils drum corps to in-the-box productions.