T+S compares Vocal Instruments
November 10, 2016

Time+Space Compares: Virtual Vocals

Twenty-five years ago, if you told someone that in the future we would be able to virtually recreate the sound of a piano, guitar or voice that sounds so realistic you wouldn’t be able to tell the difference, you may well have just been laughed at.  Skip to 2016 and see how 20 years of development has taken virtual studio technology to advancements beyond belief, and it’s still expanding. With…

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Eduardo Tarilonte
May 17, 2016

We talk to Eduardo Tarilonte about new virtual instrument ‘KWAYA African Voices’.

We’ve had the fortune of chatting with Eduardo Tarilonte before for the T+S blog regarding his involvement with a number of critically acclaimed libraries from Best Service, including Forest Kingdom 2, ERA Medieval Legends and Shevannai Voices of Elves. With his newest Kontakt instrument ‘Kwaya: African Voices’ released today, we thought it a great opportunity to talk to Eduardo again about this unique and evocative choir instrument, which provides unbeatable flexibility and unrivalled inspiration…

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