Spitfire Audio LABS Officially Launches With FREE Soft Piano and Strings Software Instruments

The Spitfire Audio LABS program, announced in March, has officially launched. The software is designed to be easy to use, high quality and at a low cost – in fact, it’s free!

Poor musicians rejoice: Spitfire Audio’s LABS has officially launched, featuring Soft Piano and Strings software instruments – for free!

Recorded by musicians in London, Spitfire plans to release a new software instrument every month, in what they claim will be an infinite series.

The first two releases are:


Soft piano: recorded at Air Edel Studios, by Pianist Nick Taylor, the soft tone was achieved by placing a strip of felt between hammers and the strings. Recorded with a Schoeps Mk 4 microphone.


Strings: Fourteen of London’s best string players were captured by Harry Wilson, using a variety of different microphones including a vintage BBC AXB1.

Spitfire Audio say you can expect each new release to range from traditional to experimental, working within the same streamlined VST/AU/AAX plugin developed by UsTwo, as Creativity shouldn’t be complicated.

Visit the Spitfire Audio website to sign up.

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