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EastWest Symphonic Choirs

Virtual Vocalist from EastWest .

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"big software, long installation time"

EastWest Symphonic ChoirsPublished on 06/14/12 at 00:13
The Symphonic Choir is a plug in that I didn’t want to invest it. Just because at the early stages of my musical compositions I overlooked the importance of having some really good choir samples and sounds ready to go. Most of my other softwares like the Kontakt bundel and some other vst’s have a lot of chior sounds in them. Usually I only use choir to fatten up some of my music, I never use it to stand out . So I though that I could just get by with using some of the cheaper choir patches that came with other vst and plug ins. But when I got Symphonc choir all of my thoughts changed, there is a big difference with the preset banks in most vst’s and patches, when you have symphonic choir......
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The Symphonic Choir is a plug in that I didn’t want to invest it. Just because at the early stages of my musical compositions I overlooked the importance of having some really good choir samples and sounds ready to go. Most of my other softwares like the Kontakt bundel and some other vst’s have a lot of chior sounds in them. Usually I only use choir to fatten up some of my music, I never use it to stand out . So I though that I could just get by with using some of the cheaper choir patches that came with other vst and plug ins. But when I got Symphonc choir all of my thoughts changed, there is a big difference with the preset banks in most vst’s and patches, when you have symphonic choir you really have full conrol over the sound and its really almost like having a live choir on hand to use in your usic.


SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

It did take some time to really understand and get into depth of the program but after you practice and mess around or read the manual it wont be hard anymore. The thing that I hated the most about it is that it takes forever to load and install. Its sort of too long, my computer is fast and it still took a long time, I cant remember how many gigs it was to install I just remember it taking a long time.


OVERALL OPINION

Yes, you should buy it. The price isn’t as bad as some of the other stuff from EastWest or else I wouldn’t have got it, But its affordable and worth the buy, and installing it is also worth the wait. Because it will take some time to install, you will have to get up from your computer and do something else while you wait.
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EastWest Symphonic ChoirsPublished on 09/08/06 at 14:48
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The installation is no problem.
no problem of incompatibility.
configuration is done eyes closed!
No I is not even have to read the manual, all features are visible, you can not go wrong!

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

Motherboard: ASUS K8N
Processor: AMD Athlon 64 3000 +
RAM: 1GB (soon because these three instruments are very hungry ...)
HDD: 120GB for the system, 200GB for library
Sound Card: Sound Blaster Live! 1024

on this configuration c is correct, it is advisable to have at least 2GB of RAM.
very good performance on all points.
this configuration is perfect, just not enough RAM.

OVERALL OPINION

I used the last 1 month.
+ the ergonomics, the sound was......
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The installation is no problem.
no problem of incompatibility.
configuration is done eyes closed!
No I is not even have to read the manual, all features are visible, you can not go wrong!

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

Motherboard: ASUS K8N
Processor: AMD Athlon 64 3000 +
RAM: 1GB (soon because these three instruments are very hungry ...)
HDD: 120GB for the system, 200GB for library
Sound Card: Sound Blaster Live! 1024

on this configuration c is correct, it is advisable to have at least 2GB of RAM.
very good performance on all points.
this configuration is perfect, just not enough RAM.

OVERALL OPINION

I used the last 1 month.
+ the ergonomics, the sound was breathtaking.
the -: not many effects, the reverbs are limited but it is enough to get a good reverb as an insert and c is good ...!
c is the first time that I use that brand.
The quality / price is right ... of course c is very expensive, 780euros n is not given to everyone ...
but if c was a remake I would do without hesitation!
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EastWest Symphonic ChoirsPublished on 09/09/06 at 01:39
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Installation trouble-free and trouble-free operation. It takes a big configuration:
at least ATHLON 3000 +, 3GB DDR, and especially a big hard disk of 38Go Libaire

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

Trouble-free operation. It takes a big configuration:
at least ATHLON 3200 +, 3GB of DDR400 and above a large hard drive to accommodate the 38Go Libaire of a good sound card eg Audigy and of course as in every station computer music 21'avec a screen resolution of 1280x1024 mini

OVERALL OPINION

High quality samples.
The major problem and in my opinion ruins everything, when I tried this software is that it is impossible to perform the music of Baroque and Renaissance. This problem is a poor......
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Installation trouble-free and trouble-free operation. It takes a big configuration:
at least ATHLON 3000 +, 3GB DDR, and especially a big hard disk of 38Go Libaire

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

Trouble-free operation. It takes a big configuration:
at least ATHLON 3200 +, 3GB of DDR400 and above a large hard drive to accommodate the 38Go Libaire of a good sound card eg Audigy and of course as in every station computer music 21'avec a screen resolution of 1280x1024 mini

OVERALL OPINION

High quality samples.
The major problem and in my opinion ruins everything, when I tried this software is that it is impossible to perform the music of Baroque and Renaissance. This problem is a poor distribution of lines of desks. eg, the Sopranos are the La3 to MI5, the tenors of E2 to D4 and the Basses of Si0 in La2. The desk of Altos is the only that is a good distribution of F2 to E4.
Normally the sopranos should get at least up to C3 and C5 in mounting.
The Tenors and C1 should start up as it is in C4.
The bass should go up to F3
Besides the Sound-online forum, many people have tried to solve this problem without success. The authors of this great software now working to solve this problem is far from simple. They have so far announced auncune release date.
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EastWest Symphonic ChoirsPublished on 09/21/11 at 01:32
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installation a bit long as all products Eastwest for the size of their banks.
requires a lot of ram
the manual is not clear and the Worldbuilder is not easy to manage.
Crash frequently.

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

I5 4 GB RAM + HD 7200 32MB
the software works very well (without Worldbuilder)

OVERALL OPINION

several years of use on more than 10 personal albums
I do not like too much by the feeling against the solo voice, with "Boy" is not always consistent, hard to place.
Good is not the most expensive but it screwed from the competition (more expensive it says!)
I will not repeat this choice, it is a step back and step on your mix, it served me a lot and I will do that......
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installation a bit long as all products Eastwest for the size of their banks.
requires a lot of ram
the manual is not clear and the Worldbuilder is not easy to manage.
Crash frequently.

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

I5 4 GB RAM + HD 7200 32MB
the software works very well (without Worldbuilder)

OVERALL OPINION

several years of use on more than 10 personal albums
I do not like too much by the feeling against the solo voice, with "Boy" is not always consistent, hard to place.
Good is not the most expensive but it screwed from the competition (more expensive it says!)
I will not repeat this choice, it is a step back and step on your mix, it served me a lot and I will do that for all "oh" or "ah"

Tonehammer rather listen with his "Requiem" and VOXOS of cinesample who eats it raw.
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  • Manufacturer: EastWest
  • Model: Symphonic Choirs
  • Category: Virtual Vocalists
  • Added in our database on: 01/19/2005

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