Spitfire Audio Trinz Colours PST, a new drill sample library



Spitfire Audio, best known for its film soundtracking-focused sample libraries, is now offering something more contemporary in the shape of Trinz Colours PST. Promising “fresh sounds, loops and textures from the UK drill scene,” this gives you a toolkit of sounds that you can use to create complete tracks.


Trinz Colours PST is Spitfire’s first collaboration with Quality Music Freak  (QMF), a new creative division within the company that promises to bring “a contemporary perspective to sample libraries”. It’s been curated by drill producer Trinz, and contains a total of 48 editable presets.



These are divided into three sections – Loops (20), Keys (20) and Drums (8):


The multi-instrumental loops can be triggered as a complete performance in the lowest octave of your keyboard, and each of the stems has been split and colour-mapped across the remaining octaves.


The Keys section contains everything from subs to classic synth and electric piano sounds.


The Drums section offers both Trinz-created loops and complete kits. You can sculpt the sounds using a variety of effects.


“The name Colours PST is inspired by my sound palette,” says Trinz. “I try to create a whole spectrum of colours in my music – personal to me, but open to any genre. People listen to music for the lyrics, but personally, I listen to it for the message from the producer.”


Find out more on the Spitfire Audio website.


Trinz Colours PST is available now priced at $29/£29/€29, and runs in Spitfire’s dedicated plugin.





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