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Best Service Forest Kingdom
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Best Service Forest Kingdom
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«  interesting but ... »

Published on 03/24/12 at 23:08
Forest is a kingdom of his bank for creating moods and sonic instrumentation to illustrate style heroic fantasy films or fantasy.
There are sounds in the woods, forest animals, strange creatures but also celestial voices or shamanic ethno instruments, flutes, percussion, harps short a bunch of stuff more or less surprising.

The quality of samples is uneven. This ranges from very poor to very good. Celtic harp is excellent, the voice elven too. The drums are pretty good. The sound effects are nice. There are some flutes or looping samples means.

The sounds are in charge via a plug in specific instance called engine and that is provided. The interface is convenient and easily adjust the main parameters of sounds. She moved quickly and was soon recognized in my software (sonar in this case). The only concern is the loading time of samples which is quite slow. Engine is also very unstable when you load the flutes. It should start loading and not to touch anything. After two minutes the sound is loaded and functional. If you move the mouse while charging the software bug. It's like this only for the flutes. Great mystery of the computer. I explained that it was ditto in stand alone.

Apart from this drawback, this module is very useful to create a special atmosphere. With imagination, it is also usable for other styles of music.

Engine can read his other banks. One can find the list on the website of Best Service. There is not much in Audiofanzine on these products. It would be nice if users speak.

SOUND QUALITY

see comment above.

OVERALL OPINION

I would do this choice because I do not see other similar products elsewhere.
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