Spitfrie Audio releases Sable "Ensembles"

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  1. homer_simpson

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    Spitfrie Audio - Sable "Ensembles"

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    We have cherry picked the most esssential and popular articulations from this blue chip library to make Sable available in an “ensembles format” for the first time. Hurrah Sable for both hands! Each articulation has been painstakingly re-mixed to get the best balance of sections with no audible transitions between them. At last we can not only work these into our arrangements and orchestrations but actually compose with them from the get go too.
    TO CELEBRATE THE RELEASE WE ARE PROUD TO OFFER SABLE ENSEMBLES FOR THE REDUCED PRICE OF £199 (RRP £249) UNTIL THE 1st OF JULY.
    BML Sable is a totally unique and very special string series that concentrates on extreme detail, beauty and nuance. Made up from a small band (4,3,3,3) of the finest players London has to offer and recorded at Air Studios, one of the greatest recording studios in the world. Sable is part of the British Modular Range, which is arguably the greatest sounding ultra-deep-sampled orchestral range on the planet today.


    Ensembles is made up of the “greatest hits” of the four volumes released thus far. From simple longs, longs muted, staccatos and spiccatos, to the beguiling flautando, sul tasto and harmonics. For users unfamiliar with the Sable range this is the opportunity to taste the riches of it whilst having the non fussy ease-of-use of an ensemble range. With the ensemble playing 15 different articulations all with full Sable spec vibrato, dynamic and round robin control, with 4 stereo mic positions, 20,996 samples giving 42.4 hours of pure content, 40.9GB uncompressed 24 bit data with a lossless compressed download size of 28.4GB.





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    Andrew AudioSEX Maestro Staff Member

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    Thank you for the info, was just about to post it as well.
    It's in fact no big deal, it's just bundled Sable 1-3 into one package with only essential articulations, much like Orchestral Essentials from ProjectSAM. :wink:
    Maybe more precisely, like Ensemble patches in Cinematic Strings. Not quite worth the hassle and/or money. *yes*
     
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    Thats true but with ensembles is way easier than single patches - in my opinion of course... :mates:
    Anyway, I would like to test it *yes*

    BTW... what is the code for yt videos? "[media][/media]" (without ") doesn't work for me... :thumbsup:
     
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    Andrew AudioSEX Maestro Staff Member

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    Remove "s" from https -> http://www.youtube ... :thumbsup:

    Easier maybe, but you will encounter a lot of harmony-related problems on the way.
    Also ranges overlap each other meaning high register of Celli could be played by Violas.
     
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    I wonder if it has some sort of auto-divisi to intelligently map chords between sections, or if it's just basic "pads" like any ensemble patches usually. I think it's the second option.
     
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    Spitfire tries to keep everything simple, so I think not.
    LASS auto-divisi works best in that matter. :wink:
     
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    thx for the tip ;)

    Demo of these ens sounds nice.... rlly like.... still raping a refresh button :rofl:
     
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    Agreed! :wink:
     
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