Spitfire Audio introduces Hearth and Hollow Folk Voices for Kontakt Player


In collaboration with Hunter Rogerson, Spitfire Audio announced the release of Hearth and Hollow Folk Voices.  This indie vocal library is available for $99 and runs in the free Kontakt Player 7.7.3 or higher.  More details from Spitfire Audio below.


We are thrilled to announce the release of Hearth and Hollow – Folk Voices, a testament to the natural textures and tonalities of indie folk music and a direct response to the overwhelming success of their previous collaboration, Hearth and Hollow – Plucked Folk Ensemble, which features seven deeply sampled acoustic folk instruments assembled as a fully arrangeable ensemble.  The enthusiastic reception from thousands of customers worldwide has inspired Spitfire Audio and Rogerson to introduce four new dynamic folk voices, enabling music makers to access that quintessential indie folk sound, akin to Sufjan Stevens, Bon Iver and Fleet Foxes.

Recorded in the serene acoustics of St. John’s Anglican Church, and featuring four configurable vocals (three soloists and one ensemble – “Willow”, “Juniper”, “Hawthorn”, and “Forest”) with 11 articulations and eight mixes, Hearth and Hollow – Folk Voices captures a real and intimate vocal session, highlighting the warmth and unique character each singer’s voice has to offer. Raw and unadorned, close-knit and deeply personal, each vocalist brings a distinct flavour to the table.

Whether scoring for film, video games, or other media, music makers can now access a rich tapestry of indie folk music with Hearth and Hollow Folk Voices.


Please visit Spitfire Audio for more information.