Add Some Chanting Monks To Your Mix

Best Service releases Eduardo Tarilonte's Cantus Gregorian Chants      14/02/14
Add Some Chanting Monks To Your Mix


Best Service has released Eduardo Tarilonte's Cantus Gregorian Chants. They say that, continuing the vocal series by Eduardo Tarilonte, Cantus brings you a real Gregorian Monk Ensemble featuring the sounds of the dark Middle Ages.

A spokesperson told us, "This is a perfect tool for composers and sound designers to create ambiences and music for films, documentaries, video games and new age music."

Cantus is a unique choir library aimed at easily creating your own ultra-realistic liturgical melodies, without using any phrases. Cantus offers a powerful and innovative word builder which combines 24 words (120 elements including words and their syllables) with 5 true legato vowels (a, e, i, o, u) and a special Mmmh articulation, all at your finger tips in one patch.

Cantus Features:

  • 5 different true Gregorian style legatos (a, e, i, o, u)
  • Mmmh articulation
  • A powerful word builder with 24 words, 3 different articulations (staccato, fast and slow speeds).
  • Words can be splitted to offer a total of 120 words/syllables
  • Words can be combined with true legato playing while the corresponding vowel is automatically selected
  • A collection of 20 Gregorian chants splitted into 400 phrases.
  • 60 minutes of music
  • 20 soundscapes, created from vocal samples.


Pricing and Availability:
MSRP: €199 / £159 / $219

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