Exotic And Oriental Soundscapes

Best Service releases Desert Winds library by Eduardo Tarilonte      23/11/11

Exotic And Oriental Soundscapes


Desert Winds is another virtual instrument from Eduardo Tarilonte, the creator of 'Epic World; and 'Forest Kingdom. It features 21 exotic and oriental soundscapes based on four unique ethnic solo wind instruments. Best Service believe that it's a perfect tool for composers and sound designers to create ambience and music for films, documentaries, video games and new age music. Desert Winds is a 2.5 GB library with more than 2000 individual samples. In Desert Winds you will find up to 6 different real legato types per instrument and for each of the wind instruments you will find a microtuning folder with 16 patches featuring the most important arabic/turkish microtuning tables.
A best Service PR person had this to say, "Thanks to the Best Service Engine 2 you will enjoy a beautiful and easy to use interface. Get easy real-time control over all the important performance parameters. Additionally the library offers 21 beautiful and inspiring bonus soundscapes to create cinematic and evolving desert ambiences. Every soundscape offers 2 to 6 different individual layers, which can create indefinite new ambiences by mixing them at will.
INSTRUMENTS LIST
  • ARMENIAN DUDUK
  • PERSIAN NEY
  • TURKISH NEY
  • ZOURNA
Pricing and Availability:
149 € / £129 More information:

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