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Celtic ERA - when druids in the Highlands play to the dance
With Celtic ERA, Eduardo Tarilonte takes you on another exciting journey through time. This time we go to the far north to the roots of the Celtic culture. Sounds as they have been played for eons in the green expanses and high mountains of Ireland are now available to you with Celtic ERA.
After such successful libraries as Ancient ERA Persia, Forest Kingdom, Desert Winds, Epic World and ERA Medieval Legends, this time sample master Eduardo Tarilonte has dedicated himself to the sound of Nordic legends.
When the unmistakable flutes sound, they immediately conjure the images of the green island and the majestic mountains of the north in front of our dreaming eyes. Celtic ERA is thus the ideal instrument collection for film scores and background music for TV documentaries located in this region. Whether the background is historical or rather fantastic, Celtic ERA raises the power of the images to a new level with its authentic sounds.
The features at a glance
18 GB large library with a total of over 18,000 samples
23 wind, string and percussion instruments, recorded in detail and flawless quality
three additional instruments from the Bronze Age: Cranyx, Cornu and War Horns
All instruments consist of elaborate multisamples (24 bit/ 44.1 kHz) with several dynamic gradations, various articulations, round-robin and real legato samples as well as glissando samples.
Recorded with selected Kahayan U47 microphones via Kahayan preamps
Recorded by outstanding musicians of the Irish music scene
Including authentic phrases as MIDI patterns as well as inspiring sound atmospheres
For Celtic ERA, Eduardo Tarilonte has recorded 23 wind, string and percussion instruments with great detail and impeccable quality. These include the catchy flutes, the dreamy harp, the famous Uilleann bagpipe and of course the bodhran drums. Some sounds have been recorded from two different instruments of the same type to offer a greater variety. For example, a duet of two harps can be played without the instruments sounding identical.
In addition, there are authentic phrases recorded as MIDI patterns as well as inspiring sound atmospheres. For the instruments, of course, all their typical articulations are available as well as True Legato playing techniques.
List of instruments:
Low Whistle (D)
Keys: 2 Concertinas
2 Celtic Harps
Acoustic Guitar (fingered and plucked)
Strummed: Acoustic Guitar and Irish Bouzuoki
Instruments from the Bronze Age
A real highlight of this library are three additional instruments that have never been recorded before for a sample library: Cranyx, Cornu and War Horns already existed in the Bronze Age. These instruments provide the user with access to a previously untapped world of sound.
The instruments of the over 18 GB large library (a total of over 18,000 samples) consist of elaborate multisamples (24 bit/ 44.1 kHz) with numerous dynamic gradations, various articulations, round-robin and real legato samples as well as glissando samples.
With Celtic ERA, the sounds of the far north, as they have been preserved from time immemorial to the present day, are transported into the DAW-supported production environment. The Engine Player's carefully programmed interface makes it easy to work with the library, so that the sounds inspire the musician and he can fully unfold his creativity.
The fields of application
Celtic ERA is suitable for different applications and genres. Starting with the setting of traditional compositions with authentic timbres, the spectrum ranges from fantasy game scores and film soundtracks to new age music.
The sounds of Celtic ERA are absolutely unique and cannot be found in any other library. The outstanding selection of instruments, MIDI patterns and sound atmospheres gives the musician an extensive collection in which he will miss almost no sound.