The London-based company are running huge discounts this week up till Sunday.

Spitfire Audio announced their Summer Sale on Monday running until Sunday 7th August. For the duration of the week, limited-time bundles exclusive to the sale will be on offer with up to a 65% saving, as well as discounts being available on a range of selected individual libraries and bundles.

What’s discounted?

50% available on:

40% on selected libraries, including best-sellers:

  • Hammers
  • Abbey Road One: Orchestral Foundations
  • Albion Neo
  • Hans Zimmer Strings
  • Albion One
  • Eric Whitaker Choir

30% on individual libraries, including:

  • Spitfire Chamber Strings
  • Spitfire Symphonic Strings
  • Olafur Arnalds Stratus
  • Bernard Herrmann Composer Toolkit
  • London Contemporary Orchestra Textures

25% on new products, including:

  • Abbey Road Two: Iconic Strings
  • Abbey Road Two: Iconic Strings Professional
  • Spitfire Appassionata Strings
  • Heirloom
  • Polaris
  • Resonate

Exclusive Bundles

Spitfire has turned up the summer heat with three exclusive bundles. Each bundle is intended for different levels of music level. They include:

Essentials Bundle – £59 / €59

  • Originals Media Toolkit
  • Originals Epic Brass & Woodwinds
  • Originals Epic Strings

Advanced Bundle – £299 / €349

  • Albion Solstice
  • Percussion Swarm
  • Contemporary Drama Toolkit

Virtuoso Bundle – £499 / €549

  • BBC Symphony Orchestra Professional
  • Spitfire Solo Strings
  • EDNA Earth

The discounts will be available until 7 August 2022, with more information on all of the products available on the Spitfire Audio Website.


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4th August, 2022

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