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Complementing The Evo Grids

Frank Costabile

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Im looking to get into creating a bunch of orchestral music for royalty free sites and am after recommendations on libraries that will best compliment the spitfire evos I own, specifically angular strings, fragile strings, woodwinds and evo grid 3. I got these heavily discounted last year and couldn’t pass them up - however I really haven’t gotten too deep in them yet as I’ve been concentrating mostly on synthesis until now.

Am I better off getting an all rounder, or specific libraries to ‘fill in the gaps’? I’m guessing I’m covered for strings, so maybe I can diversify on woodwinds, and purchase a specialist brass library, as well as percussion.

There are so many options that I just need some advice and perspective from someone well versed in the field. FYI, I specialise mainly in ambient, atmospheric type tracks.
 

Zee

Active Member
What other orchestral libraries do you have other than those EVOs and are you interested in the traditional section based writing or just looking for inspirations ?
 

Zee

Active Member
Spitfire's Tubdra might be a good start for that type of writing, it has winds and brass, strings and percussion but it also has EVOs so that might be redundant but it's a good library for this type of music
 
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Frank Costabile

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That might be perfect actually....may have to wait for the Xmas sale though.

What about a contrasting library that’s a little less passive, just when I want a bit more ‘umph’ for lack of a better term. Ideally something recorded dry.
 

Fleer

Feeding the Trolls
That might be perfect actually....may have to wait for the Xmas sale though.

What about a contrasting library that’s a little less passive, just when I want a bit more ‘umph’ for lack of a better term. Ideally something recorded dry.
Maybe one of the Sonokinetic Ostinato series? Daring choice, but might work.
 
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