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Sonokinetic announces the availability of Tutti Vox, a new choir sample library designed to complete your virtual orchestra with Kontakt 5.

Tutti Vox is a 48-singer choir sampled and managed by a new sound engine developed by Sonokinetic, which allows you to use three « instruments », all tempo-synced and offering a wide selection of vocal effects (risers, falls, de/crescendi, ethereal beds, « semi-custom » evolving soundscapes, some loops last over 40 seconds). You’ll also find a collection of whispers and shouts.

A Phrase Picker is included so that you can assemble words into phrases and play them at different tones on your MIDI keyboard, Tutti Vox featuring four tessitures (12 soprano, alto, tenor and bass singers each). An advanced Lingua feature gives you the ability to program different sections of the choir separately within the same Kontakt instance si that each tessiture can sing different words/phrases. Note that Sonokinetic has also included multiple round robins for the phrases.

Last, Tutti Vox features a Spoken section with unpitched words said by men and women separately.

The Kontakt GUI gives you the ability to adjust the mic position, levels and pan, and add filter, EQ, convolution reverb and delay effects.

Tutti Vox is available in two editions with 41,000 samples in 44.1 kHz and either 16 or 24-bit. You can purchase it now for the introductory price of 249.90 excl. VAT instead of 299.90 € excl. VAT  until July 6th. You’ll find all the details at www.sonokinetic.net

 

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