Review: Symphonic Woodwinds by Spitfire Audio

January 30, 2017 Christopher Harris No comments exist

Symphonic Woodwinds is the fourth and final installment of Spitfire Audio’s Symphonic Orchestra series. It features 11 Woodwind instruments with the standard instruments playing as soloist or sections of two players.  With a vast range of instruments, Symphonic Woodwinds gives composers the basic palette of colors to create any type of woodwind arrangement from concert music to cinematic scores. Symphonic Woodwinds retails for $579 and you can learn more at Spitfire Audio.


“I love writing for the orchestra and I’m always looking for libraries to expand my palette. Symphonic Woodwinds offers those extended families such as the Alto and Bass Flute which are typically left out of these types of libraries. This libraries completes the Symphonic Orchestra for me and fits nicely with the Brass and Strings.”



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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