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EastWest Quantum Leap Voices Of Passion
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EastWest Quantum Leap Voices Of Passion
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JoeW1 JoeW1
Published on 03/25/13 at 08:50
Voices Of the Apocalypse is a sample library that is compatible with Windows Xp , 7 and MAC.

The manual that comes with the software is a very important tool in understanding how the program rules , how to apply its features to your projects.

The general setup is quite simple , time and effort isn't something that you really must put in , very straight up setup and noob friendly.

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

The software has a nice level of stability , no errors and bugs while using it on many different DAW'S.
I'm getting great performances while using Voices Of the Apocalypse in making different choral sounds and effects.


OVERALL OPINION

Let me start by saying what I don't like about it , the down side to it, are the cpu resources needed to rule this software and the word builder , apart from that , pretty perfect product.
I really like both genre choral sounds , the vowel sounds , the angels and demons patches sound really amazing , very dramatic , powerful , great tone and emotion evoked.

Another great thing about it , is how well the sounds blend together , for example the 'Demons' are the male counterparts of the choir and you get different releases and tones while tweaking the samples.

The 'Angels' are the female voices of the choir that are very dramatic , emotional.
The 'ahs' patches are more powerful , vibrato included to give more bite to the sound.

My opinion about the value for the price is good , without a doubt a very powerful choir , however this is a very expensive product so you must consider this factor if thinking to purchase this one.

Precision and quality of the sound is extremely pro , the angels were recorder in a church to get a more realistic feel and natural reverb to the sound.

I've tried several models , however this one is a keeper , indeed one of the best choirs even in 2013.
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