Spitfire Audio released free Gaelic Voices

The Labs series’s new instrument is designed to create evocative and atmospheric string textures

SpitFire Audio Gaelic Voices is a free virtual instrument that features six traditional Gaelic singers recorded inside the ruins of a 1960s seminary. Originally a training campus for catholic priests, St Peter’s Seminary shut down in 1980 and fell into disrepair. In the concrete skeleton of the former chapel, the LABS team captured a small group of singers performing a captivating range of aleatoric techniques, inspired by Celtic vocal traditions.

LABS instruments use a dedicated plugin, and better still… they’re absolutely free! They have simplified controls, featuring sliders for expression and dynamics, and a big knob that can be easily customized to the user’s personal workflow. They are clutter-free and focused.

Info: Spitfire Audio