Hey what’s going on! Back with another library from Best Service and Eduardo Tarilonte
Yes, he did Forest Kingdom, Desert Winds, Epic World, etc.
This one is focused on historical Renaisassance style instruments.
Let’s check it
A collection of Medieval or Fantasy style instruments with a custom interface for Best Service Engine.
Like other libraries from Eduardo, the instruments sound ultra realistic and he also includes some sound design elements for further exploration.
The sounds put you in the mind of elves, wizards, and hobbits!
With a straight forward interface that allows quick customization and tweaking.
- content: over 10gb
- format: Best Service Engine
- price: $209.98
How does it sound?
As with other libraries from Eduardo, the instruments just sound plain real!
Everything from the keys to the strings to the instruments I have no clue what they are…it all sounds natural and organic.
As usual, there is a whole section devoted to layered, evolving, sound design patches.
And once again, for me, this is the best part of the library.
Sure the realistic sounds are great, I’m really digging the flutes and some of the strings, the percussion is great as well.
But those layered pads and soundscapes, as well as the other effects….I love them.
What’s the bottom line?
Anytime Best Service releases a new product from Eduardo Tarilonte…I get excited.
I know the instruments are going to be super realistic and organic, and I know there are going to be another collection of amazing soundscapes, ambiances, and fx.
I give Era 4.5 out of 5 subs, regardless if this is your style of musical instrument or not, the quality and playability of the content just can’t be denied.
His libraries always allow me to experiment with instruments I may otherwise never encounter. Many I have no clue how to pronounce or their history….but that doesn’t stop me from playing them!
I also really dig how he gives you a quick info block on the instruments directly in the interface, really helps in exploring the content.
Checkout the demos at Best Service: http://www.bestservice.de/detail1.asp/best_service/era_medieval_legends/en
Try it for yourself at Try-Sound: http://www.try-sound.com/index2.asp?plg=bs_eml&slng=en
leave a comment below and let me know what you think