Munchen, Germany (MuseWire) – Best Service presents Forest Kingdom. Developed by Eduardo Tarilonte – the renowned producer of “Epic World” and many other highly regarded libraries – Forest Kingdom is a unique sample library inspired by Nature. It is the sound of forests and jungles, the sound of Mother Nature herself in one sample library!

Forest Kingdom is a 7 GB library with more than 200 patches and 7.500 individual samples (44Khz-24bits) that includes flutes, harps, percussion, fantasy creatures, voices and sonic landscapes. Thanks to Best Service ENGINE 2 sample player, you will enjoy a beautiful, intuitive and easy to use interface. No sample player is required.

Deep in the forest you´ll find: Real instruments playable in real time – deeply sampled, true legato and portamento, round robin and multiple ornaments with key switches.

* Celtic Harps: Two magical harps (accoustic and electric)
* Flutes: Bulgarian piccolo flute, Native American Kiowa flute, African Fula Flute, Double Flute, Xiao and a full set of Panpipes, from the tiniest to the hugest (1,5 meters height and B0 to C6 range)
* Percussion: A great set of percussion instruments from ambient to powerful, including numerous different shakers, chimes, taiko, duff, cumacos, slic drum, udu, marimbola (a huge kalimba) and more…Percussion has from 6 to 14 different velocity layers and 4 round robin each.
* Pads: 80 totally controllable soundscapes the likes of which you’ve never heard before.
* Voices: A beautiful ethereal solo voice with real legato and shamanic phrases.
* Fantasy Creatures: Forest Kingdom includes an array of fantasy creatures sounds and bird calls.

The power of the forest and the power of nature will power your music!

Price is approx. US$242 for the 4.75GB instrument. A free demo version (roughly 780MB) is also available.

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Christopher Simmons has been writing about music since 1984 when he sold his first feature to Polyphony (now Electronic Musician) magazine. He has composed music for two TV cable shows, is a member of ASCAP and PRSA, and is the managing editor for MUSWIRE (formerly known as Music Industry Newswire), as well as the CEO of Neotrope(R) Entertainment. He played in several electronica bands in the '80s, and currently tries to find time to play with his studio gear. He is also an award winning graphic designer, photographer, author of one book "Fractopia," and has created digital art for numerous national magazines. © Christopher Laird Simmons.