Spitfire BBC Symphony Orchestra Discover

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So, as many of you know, you can get this Spitfire VST sampler for free if you fill a survey at their site and wait 2 weeks.

https://www.spitfireaudio.com/shop/a-z/bbc-symphony-orchestra-discover/

I'm seeing a lot of ppl using it in their songs already, but I wanted to make a topic in case I missed some. Please, post your songs here, if you used the Discover in them. Smile

Here are mine:
Orchard of Gods *41790
Wolfie *41868
Roads Untravelled *41985
Warrior *41998
Phoenix *42291

These feature it in minor ways:
Oulu in Mist *42424
Rock Collection *42508

What I use as reverb are the free M7 impulse responses, some amazing halls. This used to be the link, but it's not working anymore. Does anyone know other places to get them?
http://www.samplicity.com/bricasti-m7-impulse-responses/

EDIT: As Chris suggested, let's tag these songs #Discover . Smile

I've been using it to create musical bits for my online classes, but mostly been just using midi files of classical stuff. Totally sounds pro to my ears. Smile

I have used it in both my solo songs so far.

Thanks for the information. I've completed the questionnaire and they will send a download in two weeks.

I'm another one who grabbed a copy of this VST - I've only done one track with it so far, but there's sure to be more before 50/90 is done.

'Angles of the Davy' - *42055

How about a tag? I've already used "Spitfire BBC SO DIscover" but if that's a bit unweildy how about just "Discover" instead?

Another one from me ... 'The Avenue of it All' *42747

While we're plugging Spitfire Audio, their LABS series of instruments are also worth bigging up.
They're fantastic and completely free and unlike the Discover, you can get them immediately.
I haven't used my BBC Orchestra yet but I've used LABS on pretty much all of my songs so far

@the pannacotta army - Yes, I just recently discovered this one and I’m in new territory. Total game changer. I’ve been using their drums exclusively and the amplified cello quartet is a favorite of mine.

This one is almost all Spitfire, the BBC orchestra and LABS soft piano *42784

@the pannacotta army yep, I've been having lots of fun with the LABS virual instruments as well, particularly "Trumpet Fields" which makes for a great drunken trumpet accompaniment to a late night down the boozer. I've used "Spitfire LABS" as a tag if anyone wants to join me...

http://fiftyninety.fawmers.org/song/42860

@the pannacotta army yep, I've been having lots of fun with the LABS virtual instruments as well, particularly "Trumpet Fields" which makes for a great drunken trumpet accompaniment to a late night down the boozer. I've used "Spitfire LABS" as a tag if anyone wants to join me...

http://fiftyninety.fawmers.org/song/42860

So I stumbled on another free orchestral sampler thing.
https://www.orchestraltools.com/store/collections/45
Just sign up on their email.
I just downloaded it, so no review yet but it looks promising.

Ok I put it on everyones page who is up above on this thread.