In checking something else (which Paul?) I decided that it was beyond time that Spitfire Audio actually had a proper entry on Wikipedia, now being a teenager and all, and not just a note on Christian's and Paul's biographies, so https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Spitfire_Audio is now alive.
It seemed the right thing to do...
(Note: by all means add verifiable stuff - it needs expanding (I didn't previously realise you were also releasing music and offering short residencies, for instance, but staff should not edit because of the perceived conflict of interest. Feel free to ping me if you need changes.)
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