Also Storm Choir 2 and Voxos are nice. That comes with an investment. Share them under our so others can benefit. These offer a naturally swelling motion of the choir and the ability to control how many syllable changes 2, 4 or 5 you want. I use Symphonic Choirs, and I 100% agree with this statement. It all comes down to your personal aesthetics.
The library divides the keyboard into six main sections: The three sections on the left correspond to the major chords, while the three right sections will trigger the minor chords. Special features include sample offset polyphonic legato, creation and storage of custom vocal verses, attack and release control per vocal step and real-time playback sequencing by way of the V Script. It needs to be perfect or its not going out the shop door. Section Control Silka contains two separate sections, including 40 males and 24 females. Considering all the demo tracks they supply on their site, it would be nice to have at least some level of variety among them. The demos are very similar. I've had shoddy performance and reliability from Word-builder ever since that post.
Saw that it was only Symphonic Boychoir that had the Mm's in there. This combination allows you to control the exact placement of the choir on the scoring stage and supports 5. Micro isn't bad given the price, I don't know of anything else in that price range at all, but Elements is just far better to my ears. I tried replacing them with some more realistic choirs but I thought the 'tron choirs were best in this context. We knew we wanted to have the simplest, most powerful phrase building interface possible. The next one, Machine is a collection of enchanted and manipulated interpretations that are synonymous to a bloodless feud of the future.
Enlisting the talent of a professional 24-piece alto choir, V is a two-octave section powered by advanced scripting features within Kontakt. Listen to the demos, visit websites of the creators and search youtube for examples as well or this forum. I am going to go an watch some tutorials, to get a feel for what I could do with it. Sweet Melodic Choir Great sounding male basses and female sopranos. On a separate note, I would think that those using vocals would understand that needing actual words and not nonsense pseudo-Latin stuff would be a thing. The blue keys play the chords in their root position, the yellow keys play the chords in first inversion, and the red keys play the second inversion of the chords. The choir is completely configurable, with independent control over male and female divisi sections.
This library includes three true legato vowels, a variety of classic vowel sustains and staccatos, single-syllable Marcato words, long poly-syllabic Latin sustains and fast, aggressive Latin staccatos, as well as a big selection of classic and uniquely creative dynamic choral effects, a great collection of emotive solo soprano and tenor polysustains and a selection of sound-designed atmospheric pads, drones and choral atmospheres. The previous A, C, D, E Monaural drones were also added as binaural mode by resampling. Just another time consuming detail that we had to have perfect. Olympus offers a superior range of detailed articulations, robust sonic presence and natural true legato, all at an incredible price. To build a new sampler from the ground up, as I said, takes time to develop and test, money to fund it, knowledge of a completely different coding language, etc.
I also have Voxos and Storm Choir as well and they're both also very good for certain things. I would like both but if pushed I think I would get more use out of Cantus. The advanced phrase-builder is also fully tempo-synced and allows you to sequence up to 64 consecutive words. My advice: avoid hair pulling and go VoP. But Interval Les Femmes is much more. Inspired by contemporary compositions Interval pursues a new approach into building sounds. The WordBuilder has a fairly limited vocabulary in addition to a phonetic alphabet that works with it, so most basic words in English can be reproduced.
If you work them right then yes, you can! I'm not much of a fan of how Kontakt handles sample libraries myself anyway. 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. I'm interested in realistic choir libraries and realistic sounding female vox. Doesn't sound like much but you try sitting there and watching this loading bar for 2 minutes. Silka also includes first-ever staccato legatos and a wealth of rhythmic and textural articulations. We created additional functionality by giving you the choice to play the choir in normal tempo, half-tempo, double-tempo and triplets.
I like the option that you have more articulations for the choir mm, ahs, ohs etc rather than only Ahs and Ohs in for example Voxos 2. We chose perfectly maintained and expertly serviced examples to record, ensuring the finest sound possible, that also avoids many of the inconsistent tuning and drifting performance of the original hardware. For example: O Fortuna velut luna statu variabilis… Becomes…. Would love to hear what you end up with, and your thoughts on the experience. I was actually thinking of getting that one, but took Soundiron since it appeared that it had a better interface for phrase creation. Top industry producers have used their abilities to record actual singers in presence of their choirs. There are several variations of short patterns! Eduardo Tarilonte seems to make a lot of sounds! You can easily add vibrato when you need it, but you cannot get rid of it once it is sampled in.
The 15-piece boys choir covers roughly the range of the Altos transposed up by a major third. I'm not criticizing your work at all - I'm very impressed! Soundiron is very different but I like the way it sounds. That's all I really need for some simple pop songs backings. I always walked away frustrated. All 8 major vowel staccatos and marcatos: Ah, Ee, Eh, Ei, Ih, Mm, Oh and Oo with shaping and time-stretching options. I guess there has to be enough of a market for it.
Any references to any brands on ProducerSpot. Best Vocal Libraries for Kontakt I'm getting slightly tired of using the same cheesy vocal patches. Might need a little panning work, but the samples sound great. Our mission is to build professional virtual instruments that can inspire you to create, with uncompromising quality and deep flexibility. We recorded both the sustains and the shorts for the Solo Soprano New patch. It may not be evident while playing the patches how many samples you are triggering back and forth but it is mind blowing when you stop and look at the audio files involved in one patch, at one microphone position.