Review: Symphonic Brass by Spitfire Audio

October 17, 2016 Christopher Harris No comments exist

Symphonic Brass is the latest release in Spitfire Audio’s Symphonic Orchestra series. What was originally a part of the British Modular Library, has now been re-branded and comprised into one upgraded and refined package. Developed for the Free Kontakt Player, Symphonic Brass features a long list of Brass articulations that cover multiple section sizes ranging from soloists to full 6-player ensembles. Symphonic Brass retails for £499 and can be purchased at Spitfire Audio.


Symphonic Brass is my gold standard when it comes to my virtual brass template. It is truly an orchestrator’s tool. I’ve found that flexible section sizes give me the perfect amount of options for any style of brass writing. From choral to fanfare styles, this library packs the sounds to do it. Spitfire Audio’s amazing interface also gives me the flexibility I need to fit these instruments into my workflow.



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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