Hey fam what’s up!
I’m back with another Best Service product from Eduardo Tarilonte!
Now he’s taking us to the desert with Desert Winds!
Let’s check it out!
What is Desert Winds?
This is a new library based on 4 ethnic solo wind instruments.
The instruments are the Duduk, the Persian Ney, the Turkish Ney, and the Zourna
You may or may not know what they are by name, but you know the sound!
There are also of course, the ambient and evolving soundscapes that are common to Eduardo’s libraries.
- content: 2.5GB library
- format: Best Service Engine (free player)
- price: $167.71
How does it sound?
Like all of Eduardo’s libraries, this one has a common “earthy” sound to it.
Everything he does just has such a natural sound, even when he gets into the more experimental soundscapes and textures.
This is what I love about his libraries, the tone and feel of them is so real and tangible.
It’s not about them having all the articulations and breath noises, though they do.
And it’s not about how many velocity layers are there. For me, it’s the sound, however he gets to it, that captures my attention.
His libraries have a common ground of realism, even though they sound different style wise, there’s always the same organic and earthy tone.
That tone is present in this library for sure.
The solo instruments are outstanding and the soundscapes are just plain amazing.
You even get multiple micro-tuning presets so that you can load the exact tuning of each instrument that you want.
What’s the bottom line?
You already know I’m a fan of Eduardo, I love his libraries.
They bring something unique and different to the thousands of libraries out there.
The richness and tone of his samples is what I love the most…coupled with the fact that I can go in and edit the layers and parts in each soundscape/texture…pure dopeness!
I give this library 4.5 out of 5 subs, it’s really a unique and amazing sounding library with plenty of control to make it your own.
I always look forward to whatever he does next, and I’m hoping to see a product that is full of nothing but soundscapes and textures, as those are usually my favoirte part of his libraries.
They sound amazing.
Go on over and try it for yourself at Try Sound.com
Or download the free demo version from Best Service http://www.bestservice.de/found.asp/desert%20winds/desert_winds/en