Kepler Orchestra Review by Spitfire Audio
Spitfire Audio has released a cinematic library which is under review today. Kepler Orchestra essentially produces orchestral and rhythmic textures. Spitfire Audio Kepler Orchestra is named after the German astronomer, mathematician, and astrologer Johannes Kepler, who in the 17th century devoted himself to the movements of the planets around the sun. At the time I learned about Kepler Orchestra and it was available for pre-order I was thinking this is another excellent EVO library by Spitfire Audio. The first visuals also pointed me driven from wishful thinking into that direction. Different from Spitfire Audio LCO Textures this new library Kepler Orchestra is not about floating pads. Kepler is all about symphonic easy to massive rhythmic movements. Kepler Orchestra is stimulated by the famous American composers of the late 20th century: Terry Riley, Philip Glass, Steve Reich, and John Adams.
Installation is done through the Spitfire download (and update) tool. Very easy and straightforward. Due to the required CPU minimum performance always check the latest technical requirements.
With this library, you can produce realistic-sounding interlocking polyrhythms. Polyrhythms expect at minimum two rhythms to be performed at the same time. If you wonder about the beginnings, this idea goes way back. Polyrhythms are used for example in the opening of Beethoven’s Symphony No. 3.