Spitfire Audio introduces Crystal Bowls for Kontakt Player


In collaboration with composer Aska Matsumiya, Spitfire Audio unveiled its latest community-driven release, Crystal Bowls.  This distinctive library is available now for $99 and runs in the free Kontakt Player 6.7.0.  More details from Spitfire Audio below.


Rising composer and multi-instrumentalist Aska Matsumiya (After Yang, Betty, Fastest Woman On Earth) joins forces with Spitfire Audio, the world’s leading creator of sounds and sample libraries for music makers, to unveil a new sample library called Crystal Bowls, in a community-driven release.

Captured within the expansive acoustics of Round Chapel, an architecturally distinct Grade II listed chapel in the heart of Hackney in London, renowned for its unconventional shape and cast iron columns, the recording session benefited from a pronounced reverb.

Having already used crystal bowl sounds to score films and for sound installations, and always looking for and exploring different ways to create and process sounds, Matsumiya hopes that the wide range of individual audio textures in Crystal Bowls will provide music makers with the tools to write atmospheric and ethereal music for all genres and outlets.


Please visit Spitfire Audio for more information.