I am wondering how to do a \"mockup\" or imitation of the Enya choirs. Those big \"swooping\" choir sounds and some of the faster phrases aswell. Whats the trick? Is there any current sample library that can do this swooping choir fx?
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But seriously, check the patch list on the Spectrasonics website. I\'ve had Atmosphere for 5 days now and I came across 4 or 5 vocal patches. They sound a lot like SoV. Warm and deep. Of course, don\'t expect 100 choir patches. It\'s not a choir module.
But no, it\'s not just synths either. There\'s even acoustic strings patches in there. [img]images/icons/smile.gif[/img] Making an Atmosphere strings demo as we speak.
Quit the quality debate please. I dont like Enya either. But potential customer I am working with does - so - I need help! The topic was how to create those swirling enya like choirs. How is it done? Would VOTA be usable for this purpose? Ok!?
For this, I actually think your best best is SOV...there\'s more to choose from in vocal textures that are stacked. Atmosphere has a little bit of these elements in the sounds, but they are more integrated as part of synth sounds. SOV is purely vocal textures.
Enya doesn\'t use \"choirs\", she does multitracking of her voice to get that effect. That\'s the same technique we used for the entire Pop Stacks disc. I don\'t believe there is anything like this on VOTA. If you crossfade Vowels and use the moving vowels patches, that can get very close to Enyas vibe. For the ultimate thing, get a good female soloist to sing lines, and then track her parts with the SOV Pop Stacks samples, that is much easier than doing those 100 track things that Enya does, and it can sound very close.
Hope that helps!
PS. Maarten\'s Atmosphere demos are sounding pretty cool!