Now hang on a second, these two upholds Spitfire’s tradition of expression and emotion. Before we go any further let’s have a brief overview of each library;
Spitfire Symphonic String:
Taking over from the mammoth four-part Mural series, Symphonic Strings harmonizes the separate volumes into one comprehensive library.
At the top of its impressive feature list are 60-star players, 16 1st violins, 14 2nd violins, 12 violas, ten cellos, and eight super deep-sampled basses.
In the same vein, it offers over 175 articulations comprising of 59 shorts, 94 longs, and five extraordinary performance legato patches.
Spitfire Chamber Strings:
Following closely, the Spitfire Chamber Strings is simply a rationalized replacement of Sable range.
At its core are 16-star players, three 2nd violins, four 1st violins, three violas, three cellos, and three super deep-sampled basses providing over 244 articulations, which include 38 shorts, 53 longs, 19 FX, and 45 extraordinary legato patches.