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We see all sorts of eclectic sample libraries from our lofty perch here at MT Towers, including fashionable orchestral collections and a near-constant stream of drum and synth assortments. But it’s the explorative, off-the-wall products that really seize our attention.

For the past few years, such offerings have, as often as not, come courtesy of award-winning developer Eduardo Tarilonte, whose fantastical libraries – Forest Kingdom, Mystica, Epic World and Desert Winds – boast names as evocative as the sounds they contain.

Indeed, MT deemed Shevannai, the Voices of Elves – a solo library loaded with elven-language vocals for use in fantastical projects – one of the greatest sample sets of 2014, and highlighted Tarilonte’s work as an example of the increasing specificity

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