A retro vocal quartet for Kontakt at Soundiron’s
Soundiron introduces Questionably Barbershop, a male vocal quartet for Kontakt inspired by scat, bebop and Americana styles.
To produce this vocal ensemble library, Soundiron called tenor Mike Peaslee (who also sings the tenor falsetto parts), baritone Gregg Stephens and bass Spencer Nunamaker, who recorded 256 improvised scat ’n bebop phrases, 2 harmonized classic american folk songs, and words Dooh, Lah and Woh with 3 staccato types with 8 round robins and 3 sustains.
The Scat ’N Bebop phrases can be time-stretched and tempo synced and you can choose between C, E and G# root keys, with transpose options for other keys.
The custom Kontakt GUI includes an effect rack with compression, EQ, amp/speaker simulation and convolution reverb with multiple IRs (rooms, halls, chambers, cathedrals and FX).
The 955 MB library features 2,588 samples in 24-bit / 48 kHz and 24 instrument presets for the full version of Kontakt 5.1 and later. Files are not locked so they can be customized.
Questionably Barbershop is available for the introductory price of $14.95 instead of $19.95 at soundiron.com.
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