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Hans Zimmer Strings

String Ensemble Plugin by Spitfire Audio
£549 / $599 / €599 Intro (MSRP: £699 / $799 / €799)
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Hans Zimmer Strings by Spitfire Audio is a Virtual Instrument Audio Plugin for macOS and Windows. It functions as a VST Plugin, an Audio Units Plugin, a VST 3 Plugin and an AAX Plugin.
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To create the greatest film scores in the world, you need to think outside the box. Hans Zimmer, the "Godfather of Orchestral Sampling", came to Spitfire to produce this innovation; 344 players, AIR Studios... Only technology can allow you to play an ensemble this big. From thundering basslines to glass-like high strings, this is symphonic strings maximised.

With the help of design and user experience agency UsTwo (Monument Valley, DICE), Hans Zimmer Strings is available as a plug-in developed primarily for composers, by composers.

From March 28, 2018, Hans Zimmer Strings will be available as a dedicated (AAX, AU, VST2, and VST3) plug-in for Mac OS X and Windows — 184 GB HD or SSD space required.

For more in-depth information, including several audio demos, please visit the dedicated Hans Zimmer Strings webpage.


Watch Spitfire Audio Director Paul Thomson's 'traditional' video walkthrough of Hans Zimmer Strings: {See video at top of page}

Watch Spitfire Audio 'composer in residence' Oliver Patrice Weder's Hans Zimmer Strings 'In Action' video: YouTube/xgvAF_jE4Lw

Watch Spitfire Audio's trailer video: YouTube/lOMjgZ8TwG8

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