Vocalotheque is a sampler instrument, made from recorded samples of a vocal ensemble (5 men and 5 women).
Vocalotheque is made to sound more like voices of regular people than an academic choir.
- 76 presets – 18 ensemble and 58 solo presets of different articulations.
- Range – two octaves for each preset. Men – E2-E4, women – E3-E5.
- You can add your favourite reverb, other preferred effects or use pre-configured KONTAKT effects.
- Library contains 9500 samples (24 bit 44100 Hz .aiff). Uncompressed size is 6.52 GB.
- Available formats: EXS24 and KONTAKT (version 4.2 or later).
Pricing & Availability
It costs €139 but is available for the introductory price of €99 until May 15.
You will find more info and demo sounds here.
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