EastWest has announced Symphonic Choirs - PLAY Edition.
Imagine typing words into your computer, in any language, and hearing a world class Symphonic Choir sing those words in any key(s) you play “live” on your keyboard controller. In addition, this 24-bit Choir virtual instrument includes three simultaneous stereo mic setups (close, stage and hall), so users can mix any combination of mic positions to control ambience. The Choirs were recorded in the same concert hall, by the same team as the EastWest/Quantum Leap Symphonic Orchestra and blend perfectly with EWQLSO.
- Produced by Doug Rogers and Nick Phoenix.
- Recorded in 24-bit by recording engineer Prof. Keith O. Johnson.
- Choirs recorded with 3 simultaneous stereo mic setups (close, stage and hall).
- 5 Choirs – Boys, Alto (Female), Soprano (Female), Basses (Male), Tenors (Male) plus Solo Singers.
- PLAY 32 bit/64 bit interface.
- New built in WordBuilder tool that enables users to type in words for the Choirs to sing (not applicable to solo vocalists).
- Slurred legato on all vowels.
- All Singers recorded in position and chromatically sampled with multiple dynamics (non-vibrato, light vibrato and heavy vibrato).
This product is scheduled to ship in February, 2009, with an MSRP of $495 / €379.
For more: www.soundsonline.com.
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