No more obligatory iLok at Virharmonic’s
One by one, the virtual instrument developers are adopting the new Pace Eden security system. Virharmonic is one of them.
Virharmonic now gives the choice to authorize their software licences either on an iLok dongle or your computer hard drive. This applies to both Voices of Prague and the new Soloists of Prague sound libraries purchased after December 7th, 2013.
Soloists of Prague, that was released at the end of last year, features the voice samples of 4 singers of the Prague Philharmonic Choir: soprano (C4 - C6), alto (G3 - E5), tenor (C3 - C5) and bass (E2 - E4), recorded with three dynamic layers and a close microphone position.
The library includes multiple articulations (sustains, staccatos, marcatos and legatos) and the custom interface for the UVI Workstatsion gives you access to addition volume, pan and stereo spread controls, as well as a reverb, splits tools and a syllable sequencer with volume and ADR.
The 8481 samples of the library are in 24-bit / 48kHz format.
More information about Soloists of Prague and the new licence authorization system at virharmonic.com.
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