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Best Service CLASSICAL CHOIR

Virtual Vocalist from Best Service .

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Sounds amazing and easy to use..

Best Service CLASSICAL CHOIRPublished on 09/15/12 at 13:43
Classical Choir has been out for over 5 years now and I have been using it every since it first came out. It is hands down one of my favorite “choir” plug ins because all of the patches are very realistic and thick. Not like all of those freeware plug ins that sound really thin and cheesy. Installing Classical Choir took a little longer than expected but there were no issues and it installed and opened up without a problem. All of the basic functions with Classical Choir are easy to get to and use. You can use the Choir samples in a different player if you want, I ran them in Kontakt Player several times and it worked great.


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Classical Choir has been out for over 5 years now and I have been using it every since it first came out. It is hands down one of my favorite “choir” plug ins because all of the patches are very realistic and thick. Not like all of those freeware plug ins that sound really thin and cheesy. Installing Classical Choir took a little longer than expected but there were no issues and it installed and opened up without a problem. All of the basic functions with Classical Choir are easy to get to and use. You can use the Choir samples in a different player if you want, I ran them in Kontakt Player several times and it worked great.


SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

I use Classical Choir by Best Service on my Dell 8500 desktop PC with an Intel core i7. It worked great, I have not tired it on any other system just yet. Classical Choir is very stable on my machine and I have nothing but great things to say about how it runs. It was a rather big install but it doesn’t take much CPU to use Classical Service. You can run it multiple times simultaneously and still not have any glitches or errors. Your system requirements need to be Windows XP or Vista and running Dual Core CPU over 1.6 Ghz per cor, and it can be used on a Mac if you have 10.4 or better and at least 2GB of RAM.


OVERALL OPINION

I am very happy with my purchase, even though it seems like I have had this forever now. I still continue to use it any time I need good choir patches in my music. Classical Choir has a very stable and powerful interface to it as well with easy controls for the filters, LFO and a whole list of effects are right at the click of a mouse. You can also layer the sounds and patches right in Classical Choir to give you more richness. I highly recommend these patches if you are in the need of some choir patches.
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  • Manufacturer: Best Service
  • Model: CLASSICAL CHOIR
  • Category: Virtual Vocalists
  • Added in our database on: 06/15/2004

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