Review: Evo Grid 3 by Spitfire Audio

August 5, 2016 Christopher Harris No comments exist

“Strings In Motion.” That is the subtitle of Spitfire Audio’s latest installment in their Evo Grid series. Evo Grid 3 focuses on rhythmic string ensemble phrases that range from minimal motion to morphing textures that evoke fear and tension.  Based around the EMS VCS3‘s design, Spitfire has created a user interface that gives you an abundance of configurations that will certainly help jump start the creative process. Evo Grid 3 retails for £179 and can be purchase at Spitfire Audio.


Evo Grid 3 features a comprehensive list of rhythmic string patterns that allow me to weave a tapestry of textures together.  Anytime I can incorporate real patterns into my music, I know the results will be great. Evo Grid 3 is certainly a refreshing installment to the Evo Grid series.



Review Disclaimer: This review is not sponsored. All thoughts and views expressed in this review are honest and 100% based on my own experience with this product. This library was kindly sent to me by the developers for review.

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