As someone else pointed out, the Symphonic Choirs are currently on sale, so even though it is still quite pricey, I am thinking about it. They both sound great to me. Symphonic Choirs, depending on how much they want for the sale price, might be worth looking into. After recording, the collection has been edited, mastered and retouched by professionals into a well-balanced library providing power, tone, depth and quality all at the same time. He focuses on a lot of single voices apart from two I believe which would be Cantus and Mystica. It spans everything from deep-sampled symphony instruments and world music sources to vintage drum machines and classic analog synths. I'm kind of holding off release until I do more instruments with these Google samples, but here is a 'preview' as this is the coolest community.
So, if you are looking for Carmina Burana type of experience, you might be happy. The scripting is one of the reasons that people use Kontakt because it's matured over the years and works well. You can run it with the defaults that it gives you for the words you enter, but the results won't sound good enough to be worth using. I didn't notice that at all. The Eduardo Tarilonte libraries Shevannai, Cantus, etc. It's 32bit not 64, but the choir is not too shabby - also the piano was, at one time, my go-to piano since surpassed by The Gentleman. Fixed bugs: Small bug fixed.
Eduardo Tarilonte seems to make a lot of sounds! This applies to your work as well as work from a third party. Sweet Melodic Choir Great sounding male basses and female sopranos. Olympus Elements contains just the wide close stage blend microphone position for all 8 core vowel articulations: Ah, Ee, Eh, Ei, Ih, Mm, Oh and Oo. This works for Mozart and some lighter stuff, but I need something like Robert Shaw and the Atlantic Symphony Chorus. I almost got the composer cloud the first time around, its a difficult decision. All designed to be used together.
You will be the one who chooses you enter. What Dan says seems to be the case though. There is a reverb, it takes you a bit more reverb sound. Or is it just me wanting this? Some of those are are little dark sounding, at least my demo listens seemed to point to that. I'll let you know wha tI come up with! From this enormous - check it out Btw, check out! I've got about half of an oratorio composed English text mostly, with some German , and I'm looking for a really good choir sound with actual words, and with a classical sound. I was actually thinking of getting that one, but took Soundiron since it appeared that it had a better interface for phrase creation.
Bela D Media releases V Alto Choir, a for Native Instruments Kontakt. It was something we had to address, and address from the point of view of a composer under the anxiety of an approaching deadline. Our solo boy was captured from C3 to A4. Some overlap like the Romantic languages of French, Italian, and Spanish and so can be used across many, but then there are distinct vowel sounds like French nasals that need to be accommodated. In addition, the 3rd girl soloist also has unique true layered legato and portamento articulations for additional realism.
Requiem Light is a professional symphonic choir library specifically designed for epic cinematic scoring and dramatic trailer composition. A subtle, gentle stroke with your compositional brush. Combine that with the highest end recording gear available and the table is set for excellence. This is great for smaller choral works or early music, but not for a late Romantic large choral work like Brahms or Berlioz Requiem. The musicians involved in this project are constantly participating in such high profile acts as these. Also it is a useful test since this is not composed or tweaked at all for the libraries, this is just an ahh choir line fed in to it with no tweaking, other than balancing the volume. This choir packs a massive forte punch and velvety smooth piano dynamics, giving you complete expressive control and creative freedom.
Two edge-blown modes for siku and bamboo panpipes plus an ocarina vibrato. But, again, that may well be my own shortcomings. The library includes three distinct microphone 5. It's not free as such but you know. These children possessed amazingly mature musical discipline, excepting guidance from the booth and their choir master in the same professional manner as the other sections. Enlisting the talent of a professional 24-piece alto choir, V is a two-octave section powered by advanced scripting features within Kontakt.
So far I have two movements that are complete, and most of two other movements, and one yet to be conceived. Non Kontakt options include East West's Symphonic Choirs, a few users frequent these forums so they may pipe up later. It is all there — at your finger tips. And even though the Micro version is very limited in syllables, using it in Kontakt allows cross-fading to create new variations. The three patches are the Solo Soprano Legacy patch, the Solo Boy Legacy patch, and the Women Bum Bums patch. Why are there only a few choir instruments worth buying? Best Vocal Libraries for Kontakt I'm getting slightly tired of using the same cheesy vocal patches.