I got the Core version, I think it's pretty great, though the lack of mic positions is a bit annoying at times.
Also felt like the brass could use a little extra at times, but that's pretty easily fixed with a bit of saturation.
Overall, good library for what you get for your money.
Hope everyone's having a good start of a Christmas / holiday week. I wrote a short original Christmas-y tune using BBCSO and would love to hear some feedbacks from you good people here! I'm still new at composing/arranging and have not learned much about mixing just yet. But that said...
At the last spring sale I found it really challenging to limit what I should purchase ! Pretty much all spitfire libraries sound great... but how to choose.
So I put together a spreadsheet ! https://www.dropbox.com/s/4qqoe0f75ohw783/2020_spring_sale.xlsx?dl=0
Hopefully this information will be...
UPDATE: NEW VERSION NOW AVAILABLE WHICH SUPPORTS BBCSO V1.20 TECHNIQUES (MUTED BRASS) - SEE THIS POST BELOW FOR DETAILS, DOWNLOAD LINKS AND INSTRUCTIONS ON USAGE
I recently invested in Spitfire’s BBCSO, and while it’s great to use, the interface isn't always as good to use as it is to look at...
I've heard quite a lot of slow, intimate music made with this library so I wanted to try something different and I challenged myself with a piece I knew it would be hard to mockup.
Here you go!
Files and score here...
I just finished working on this track. I wrote this precisely to test the new BBCSO library. I tried to make it sound the best I could given I only really had a couple of days to play with it. I had a ton of fun making this and I'm curious to know your thoughts!
Here's the track...
Hey guys! Thought I’d share my Spitfire Albion Trailer Rescore entry. Just for fun I added a small 15 second and 10 second edits to the video just to see how trailerette variations would look. Hope you enjoy!
Spitfire Albion Trailer Rescore Links