Spitfire Audio – Albion V Tundra

By 14/11/2016 Review

Spitfire Audio is back with the fifth rendition of their highly acclaimed Albion product line, this time focusing on the quiet end of the orchestra. In almost 28,000 samples and 57 GB of audio, Spitfire Audio tried to capture a fascinating, earthy and somewhat naked orchestral sound, that’s often related to Scandinavia’s iconic composers like Arvo Pärt, Henryk Górecki and Jan Sibelius. In addition to a full, 100 piece orchestra, the developers recorded and created a wide range of further compositional tools, partly deriving from the orchestral sessions, partly coming from all sorts of processed folk instruments.
I had the chance to try out Albion V Tundra and in this review, I’d like to share with you my impressions and thoughts on this truly one-of-a-kind instrument collection.

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