Vocal Codex Released!
Eduardo’s newest library has become available for purchase. We are so thrilled to share Vocal Codex with you! Featuring two female and two male vocals, Vocal Codex offers four beautifully unique voices to add to your score. Check out the library here, and be sure to see the latest reviews!
Neal Acree, an award winning film, television and video game composer whose work includes the massively popular game franchises World of Warcraft, Overwatch, StarCraft, Diablo, Chinese MMO Revelation Online, shows like Stargate SG-1, Stargate Atlantis, Witchblade and 30 feature films gives the following endorsement:
Vocal Codex: “Eduardo Tarilonte has done it again with Vocal Codex. This time creating some of the most unique and inspiring celtic and early music voices I’ve ever heard in a sample library. Another “must have” for any composer looking for a unique and evocative new sound to infuse into their music.”
Ruper Gregson-Williams, Hollywood Film Composer who and has worked with Disney and Dreamworks in several films, including Wonder Woman, Bee Movie, Over the Hedge, Hotel Rwanda, and The Legend of Tarzan, has used many of Eduardo’s libraries. He writes about Vocal Codex:
Vocal Codex: “Vocal Codex is another superb library from Eduardo. The quality of the recordings and the programming details are top notch, and the new colours of these vocals go straight into my palette”
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