Soundiron launches a Tenor vocal library
Following The Soprano, the Voice of Rapture series of solo operatic vocal libraries welcomes The Tenor.
Voice of Rapture: The Tenor features 11 168 samples and melodic phrases that can be played chromatically and processed with effects.
Brian Thorsett, the singer who participated in the creation of this library, was recording in a studio with a dry sound with two microphone positions. He sang different vowels (Ah, Ee, Eh, Oo and Oh) as well as hums, words and syllables, and you can choose between four styles : liturgical latin chants, classic french, pure vowel and hums. You can also choose between various keys with major and minor variations and as a bonus, Soundiron added ambients, pads, vocal effects and atmospheres.
Most of the samples were recorded at 100 BPM, except for the forte/fortissimo at 80 BPM, but you’ll have the ability to time stretch, transpose, sequence, etc. in real time in Kontakt.
Each preset includes is multi-effect rack with compressor, EQ, amp/cab simulation, phaser, flanger, chorus, delay, distortion, filter and multiple reverbs.
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