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Digital Subscriptions > MusicTech > Aug-18 > SPITFIRE AUDIO Chamber Strings Professional £899 EDUCATIONAL DISCOUNT AVAILABLE


Spitfire Audio’s latest orchestral string library is all about consolidating the sound of a Chamber section. Dave Gale asks if small forces can get epic results…

You get the sense, when reading about Spitfire’s new Chamber Strings Professional library, that a lot of love and care has gone into this one, and speaking as someone who is drawn to this size of ensemble, it’s very easy to understand why.


As is so often the case with many other sample libraries, Chamber Strings Professional could be considered the next chapter of what is obviously a little bit of a mission for the folks at Spitfire. Following on from the very popular Sable and standard edition of Chamber Strings, this new release brings the form bang up to date, with a great number of sampled additions which extend the previous forms considerably, while maintaining helpful inclusions such as NI NKS compliance and the switch in form to the NI Kontakt library format, which we saw previously with the standard edition of Chamber Strings.

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