Bryan Lane sings for Soundiron
The new series of Soundiron vocal sample libraries debuts with tenor Bryan Lane, aka Bryn.
Voice of Gaia: Bryn is a 6GB library comprising 7816 vocal samples sung by Bryan Lane in 24-bit / 48kHz resolution, and 23 .nki instrument presets for Kontakt 5.1 and later.
Bryn sang different vowels, hums and whistles in staccato with 4 round robins per note and standard with sustain. You’ll also find melodic phrases in A# - G# with pitch transpose, pattern sequence, legato, time stretch and temp sync, etc.
Note that Bryan Lane is not only a lyrical tenor, he also transported his technique to other styles, which is the reason why you will also get in this library arabian or south US gospel/soul phrases.
Plus, Soundiron provides two options for the microphones; these are large diaphragm condenser Neumann micro with either omni or cardioid polar patterns, each with level and pan controls as well as separated RAM loading. The Kontakt GUI also includes a sequencer, a multi-effect rack with chorus, compression, distortion, amp and cab simulations, EQ, delay and reverb, the latter with 25 IRs and 45 types with size, tone and mix controls.
Last, Soundiron processed some of the sounds to create ambiances, atmospheres, pads and melodic instruments as a bonus.
Voice of Gaia: Bryn is currently available for the price of $89 instead of $139 at soundiron.com.
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