SPITFIRE AUDIO - Kepler Orchestra - Coming Thursday

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  1. The Darris

    The Darris Senior Member

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    You know, despite there seeming like they are similar, they are quite different. I feel like TIME's only real argument to separate itself from SWARM and EVOs is that it is far more orchestral whereas Spitfire's offerings are far more experimental. Both sort of stand on their own in that right. My point is that based on what I'm hearing in that very short teaser, it's much closer to the approach that OT took with TIME.

    To be clear. I bought TIME. I've yet to use it in a project. Haha. I own nearly all the EVOs and Orchestral Swarm and usually end up throwing a patch or two from those libraries onto a project. Based on Spitfire's track record with experimental orchestral libraries, I'm hoping this one knocks it out of the park and offers something genuinely new and innovative the way the EVO series was.
     
  2. theStyg

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    "Christian Henson, here. And we recorded the entire orchestra... IN SPACE."
     
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  3. bbunker

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    So since the distance between the two foci determines the eccentricity of the orbit, this has be something eccentric, eh?
     
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  4. emasters

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    Was wondering the same.....
     
  5. dogdad

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    It would definitely be a dry library!
     
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  6. Random Guy

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  7. theStyg

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    With Triangle expansion pack???
     
  8. Saxer

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    What will this beeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee?
     
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  9. rotho

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    I think this could be like the semi time rubs in EWC. I might as well face it it’s pretty inevitable I get it. I have almost all the other SF stuff esp the experimental types
     
  10. ccarreira

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  11. Raphioli

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    F1 and F2 probably mean Flute 1 and Flute 2 and not "force".
    The blue dot is the mic. So they're moving the mic around Flute 1 and 2 while recording them and creating a new type of evo.

    Reminds me of how Matrix shot that bullet time scene.

    I'm obviously joking of course. And sorry I know, it was a boring joke...
     
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  12. ccarreira

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    Orchestral vector synthesis? That would be nice
     
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  14. mgpqa1

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    Maybe they’re getting into effects... some plugin to position audio in a 3d “space”
     
  15. ism

    ism Senior Member

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    I suppose some kind of surround mixing features added to the spitfire player is perfectly plausible.

    I'm still hoping that it somehow involves a new clarinet though. Always number one on my spitfire wish list.
     
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  16. AllanH

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    I would be interesting if they offered a more dynamic "stage placement" as part of their product line, including depth and location in the stereo image.
     
  17. ka00

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    I was sitting under an apple tree this morning, and then had a sudden insight about what this could all mean. But please feel free to check my math on this...
    TeaseFire.jpg
     
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    jbuhler Senior Member

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    I was thinking maybe something more like tempo-synced swells and waves (sustains and pulses), perhaps with an evo-like grid to score on the fly. But whatever it is, it sounds great.
     
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