Free Hand Bells Instrument

Spitfire Audio release the latest in their LABS series      26/07/19

Spitfire Audio has introduced LABS Hand Bells which they say can add a touch of glistening magic to your music. A spokesperson told us, “Many years ago, we dotted a selection of hand bells around the Spitfire office, dinging them at the punchline of a joke. Hearing their sampling potential, we took them into the Spitfire studio, adding vibrato and ghostly effects.”

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