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MEET THE MAN BEHIND THE MUSIC.

Eduardo Tarilonte is an award winning sample library developer. He is the creator of libraries such as Forest Kingdom, Epic World, Era Medieval Legends, Cantus, Mystica, Shevannai, Desert Winds, etc. Awarded with several 5 stars from Sound on Sound, and many other awards from the most prestigious magazines.

In 2014, “Shevannai, the voice of elves” was awarded with the Gold Medal to the Sample Library of the year by MusicTech magazine. His libraries are used by many top Hollywood composers and featured in many films and tv series, documentaries, etc. He started his career as a composer in 1992 and in 2005 as a sample library developer. Best Service is currently releasing and distributing his libraries.

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NEWS & UPDATES

The Audio Spotlight reviews “Cantus” with 5 stars.

The Audio Spotlight reviews “Cantus” with 5 stars.

The Audio Spotlight reviews “Cantus” with 5 stars Cantus has been given a five star review from The Audio Spotlight! Price/Value: Cantus will set you back for around 200 Euros and frankly this isn’t that much when you consider the value you are getting....

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Michael Cretu, the creator of ENIGMA, endorses Cantus!

Michael Cretu, the creator of ENIGMA, endorses Cantus! Michael Cretu, one of the worlds famous composers and producers, number one in 24 countries with his ENIGMA project, 17 platinum, 25 gold records and more than 100 million sold records about Cantus: “For me Cantus...

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Era, Medieval Legends gets a 5 star Sound on Sound review!

Era, Medieval Legends gets a 5 star Sound on Sound review! Excerpt: "For me, the strength of Tarilonte’s libraries is that all their round-robin and phrasing complexity is taken care of under the surface, so playing Era: Medieval Legends expressively becomes a real...

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What the Experts are Saying

 

“The Forest Kingdom library has been an inspiring addition to my palette. The performance legato featured on the solo ethereal voice is programmed remarkably well and I’ve used a variety of the library’s sounds on several of my most recent film scores including Snow White and The Huntsman.”


James Newton Howard
Hollywood Film Composer