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Spitfire Audio Releases Abbey Road One: Thematic Horns

jeudi 23 juin 2022, 18:01 , par Gearslutz
Spitfire Audio Releases Abbey Road One: Thematic Horns
Spitfire Audio releases Abbey Road One: Film Scoring Selections Thematic Horns. The first of Spitfire's film scoring selections to feature two legatos, this library provides an agile section of eight horns, capable of going from speedy playing with fast run articulations across dynamics to slower, stately and more lyrical performances.

The Treasure of Orchestral Scoring

Thematic Horns captures the most essential ingredient to successful orchestral scoring; that vivid and intense sound of an 8-piece horn section. With two distinctly different legatos - ‘performance’ and ‘lyrical’ - this cinematic treasure trove adds even more flavour to the Film Scoring Selections range.

Designed to be the more acrobatic and instantly playable legato, the performance legato patch is performed with accented attacks at the front of sustains. Allowing for fast runs across every dynamic, this is very much the 'plug in and play’ of the two legatos. The lyrical legato patch offers a more measured and deliberate alternative, with a softer entry, perfect for slower lyrical lines. The difference between how the two patches feel is significant, as is the way they each uniquely influence a composition’s melodic character.

Performed in the unmistakable acoustics of Abbey Road’s Studio One, Thematic Horns further enriches the available offerings in the Abbey Road One orchestral range by commanding the forefront of instantly playable, instant cinema - from the moment you open the first patch.

The Iconic Sound Of Cinema

Enter the room most composers can only dream of—Abbey Road’s Studio One. Considered one of the finest acoustical spaces in the world, Studio One’s history has an indelible connection with the scores recorded there, providing emotion, mood, and magic for many of the most renowned and successful films ever made. Such classics as Star Wars, Lord of the Rings, Harry Potter, and Avengers: Endgame, all were recorded in Studio One. With its rich tonality and famed reverb, Studio One’s sound is widescreen and epic.

Thematic Horns, and indeed all of the Abbey Road One Selections, puts the same first-call musicians that play on globally successful movies at your fingertips, all recorded by multi GRAMMY® Award-winning engineer Simon Rhodes (Avatar, Hugo, Harry Potter) and featuring the legendary Abbey Road microphones and outboard gear.

Building On Orchestral Foundations

Expanding on Abbey Road One: Orchestral Foundations, a 90-piece symphonic orchestra that was our first partnership with Abbey Road Studios, Thematic Horns is a fully-fledged, stand-alone library. Recorded the same way your favourite composer would: the unmistakable acoustics of Abbey Road Studio One, exceptional players, award-winning sound engineers and priceless microphones, all allowing you to quickly and easily create film scores. Elevate your existing symphonic orchestra toolkit or pair with Orchestral Foundations to create soaring, heroic themes. With a beautiful, modern design, Thematic Horns and all of the Abbey Road One Selections are housed in our award-winning plug-in, which loads directly into all major DAWs (VST2, VST3, AU, AAX & NKS-compatible) without the need for any additional software. Easy to use, intuitive and inspiring, our plug-in has been designed by composers, for composers.


Performance Legato
Lyrical Legato
Long Sforzando


Mix 1
Mix 2


Vintage 1
Vintage 2
Pop Close
Pop Room
Tree 1
Tree 2

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Walkthrough - (will be live when the product is on sale)

Pricing & Availability

Available - 23rd June 2022


RRP Price: £49 / €49 / $49

Also available as part of Abbey Road One The Collection

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