Checking Out: Celtic Era 2 by Best Service/Eduardo Tarilonte

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Celtic Era 2 is a surprise update to the original Celtic Era which has echoes of a land forgotten threaded through and through. This review will compare the new instruments and celebrate the old for those who are yet to experience this wonderful collection of Celtic instruments.

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Checking Out: Celtic Era 2 by Best Service/Eduardo Tarilonte

The original Celtic Era was a masterclass in sampling and sound design. With gorgeous sounds no matter what you loaded up, it was a perfect compliment to the rest of the Era libraries. This unexpected but very welcome update takes the original library and adds 8GB of instruments and samples. This creates a more expansive collection of Celtic instruments that are perfect for your next cinematic score. Be it video games, television or movies, the Era series and Celtic Era 2 are must haves.

Celtic ERA 2 normally sells for $259 from Best Sevice

Facts

Downloads at 25.2GB
All samples recorded in 24bit/44.1khz
Features a combined total of 36 string, wind, historic and percussive instruments
Each instrument has a range of articulations, velocity layers and round robins
Requires the free Best Service Engine 2.0

Celtic ERA 2 normally sells for $259 from Best Sevice

 

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Contributor Pete Checkley reviews Celtic Era 2 by Best Service/Eduardo Tarilonte
“For many years, Eduardo Tarilonte’s libraries have been my go to for anything that needs to be more cinematic yet full of character. From an abundance of world libraries to ethereal vocals to themes such as the forest or the desert, Eduardo Tarilonte’s work consistently shines. Celtic Era 2 is a surprise update to the original Celtic Era which has echoes of a land forgotten threaded through and through. This review will compare the new instruments and celebrate the old for those who are yet to experience this wonderful collection of Celtic instruments.”