Category: Eduardo Tarilonte

Eduardo Tarilonte ACCORDIONS 2

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The most comprehensive Accordion Collection ever

Ever since its release Accordions has become the first choice when it comes to ultra-realistic and above all, playable accordion libraries. Like its predecessor Accordions 2, has been produced by Eduardo Tarilonte and features not only double the content, but also a completely revised user interface as well as premade rhythms for the left hand.

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Best Service ENGINE ARTIST LIBRARY

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Explore Engine 2 for FREE

ENGINE is a multi-timbral sample environment provided FREE.

The Engine Artists Library includes a total of 16 full working soundsets for Engine 2 each taken from a unique Best Service collection.  It is also FREE.

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Eduardo Tarilonte ANCIENT ERA PERSIA

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The Sound of Fairy Tales in Ancient Orient.
A collection of sounds from forgotten places of the middle east. Create your own melodies with 28 (!) fully playable instruments, deep sampled, with true legato and glissandi, different dynamics and lots of articulations.

 

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Eduardo Tarilonte ERA II VOCAL CODEX

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Vocal Codex is the perfect addition to Era II Medieval Legends of 2015. It completes this extraordinary medieval-library by adding authentic sounding solo voices. Eduardo Tarilonte, creator of several award-winning libraries such as Forest Kingdom, Desert Winds, Epic World and Shevannai, has recorded a blistering extensive library of historic singing voices with incredibly convincing sound quality, creating the perfect addition to Era II.

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Eduardo Tarilonte KWAYA

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The sound of the sun rising above the savanna

Kwaya is an unrivaled choir library offering authentic African voices and chants. With Aba Taano from Uganda, Eduardo Tarilonte has found the perfect choir for this long and intensely prepared project.

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