Spitfire Audio has introduced the discharge of a brand new pattern library developed in collaboration with legendary producer Trevor Horn.
Jupiter is a set of sounds recorded and produced in Horn’s studio and aimed toward capturing the producer’s signature fashion. Mentioned to include all the pieces from “heat analogue textures to futuristic digital sounds”, Jupiter is geared in the direction of synthwave and electropop productions.
Jupiter’s library is made up of 5 devices. DRUMS is alleged to present you entry to Horn’s ‘non-public pattern archives’ and comprises classic drum machines and tape-saturated percussion.
BASS runs Horn’s private assortment of bass guitars by means of the outboard in his studio, whereas SYNTHS presents a curated set of synth presets ‘straight from Horn’s archives’. PIANO samples a Bosendorfer Grand with a shiny, poppy sound, and FX is made up of a collection of stingers for snappy transitions.
The library runs in Spitfire’s SOLAR plugin, which offers loads of choices for manipulating Jupiter’s sounds. Jupiter’s 300+ presets could be blended collectively, pitch-shifted, filtered utilizing SOLAR’s hi-pass and lo-pass filters, and formed utilizing onboard ADSR envelopes.
The samples that make up Jupiter can be utilized dry or processed by means of 4 further results in Horn’s studio; these embody ‘interval’ reverb (together with an ’80s-style gated reverb impact), bitcrusher, tape saturation and ‘classic’ modulation.
Trevor Horn was some of the influential pop producers of the ’80s, working with Frankie Goes To Hollywood, Grace Jones, Seal, Paul McCartney and Sure, amongst others. Horn was additionally a member of The Buggles, a bunch that hit No 1 within the UK in 1979 with Video Killed The Radio Star.
Jupiter’s RRP is £99/$129/€115, however if you happen to pre-order earlier than the discharge date of August seventeenth, you can benefit from a decreased value of £79/$99.33/€88.55.
Discover out extra on Spitifire Audio’s web site.