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    Another Orchestral Demo posted

    For anyone interested, here is another orchestral action demo done with GOS, AO, Miroslav, SOV, Ultimate Percussion, etc.

    If you can\'t download it from my site, I will be happy to email it to you .
    Hope you enjoy!

    [This message has been edited by Damon (edited 12-04-2001).]

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    Re: Another Orchestral Demo posted

    Great work!! It\'s quite obvious that you really know what you\'re doing. Here\'s one question, though: What instruments are you using in the non-orchestral part (0:59 - end)?
    Thanks & best regards,

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    Re: Another Orchestral Demo posted

    Hey thanks for listening Jen. The sounds I used in the slow part (ambient sounds, sonic boom, and drone) are from Distorted Reality 2. The choir is the London oohs p from SOV.


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    Re: Another Orchestral Demo posted

    Hey Francis,
    SoV is a great library. It\'s got all kinds of choirs from boys choirs to gregorian choirs, solo soprano oohs and ahs, solo tenor voices, voice phrases, choir fx, etc.
    It converted perfectly fine with S-Convertor.
    I highly recommend it if you need these type of sounds.

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    Re: Another Orchestral Demo posted


    I am well read on SOV but I don\'t on it. I bought VotA, instead.

    I am wondering what I may be mising.

    Thanks for your help.

    PS. Do you find SOV to sound sythy or real?
    Not in the performance samples but the ooh, aah, Boys, etc.?

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    Re: Another Orchestral Demo posted

    I think SoV is a great library and I don\'t find it synthy at all except for the \"pop stacks\" cd which I don\'t use.
    There is a slight \"airy\" noise that is in some samples like the boys ahs and oos, but if you adjust your velocity notes below 60, then you won\'t hear the noise as much.
    VoTA sounds more real to me and more powerful, but SoV sounds softer and mellower. I think the 2 libraries are very different.
    SoV has different choirs and fx and VoTA is a more realistic big powerful choir sound.
    I love SoV and recommend it along with VoTA (which I don\'t have). The solo soprano oohs and eeh-ohs are so very cool on SoV .

    [This message has been edited by Damon (edited 12-06-2001).]

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    Re: Another Orchestral Demo posted

    Cool, Damon.

    Sounds like SOV is a must have for that slow haunting stuff, uh?


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    Re: Another Orchestral Demo posted


    Talk to be about SOV. How do you feel about it? Also, did it convert well?


    Francis Belardino

    Sound Designer
    Audio Visions, LTD.
    Wilmington, DE.


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    Re: Another Orchestral Demo posted

    Hi all,

    Some more on Symphony of Voices:

    I have used SOV on some music that you can find on http://www.mp3.com/emano , track \"Assisi\".

    A few choirs (Mmm, Oh, Ah), as well as Boys choir and a solo Soprano voice.

    Mp3 128 format is a little bit too rough for this kind of material, I hope to post some more stuff in better format on another site soon.


    Peter Roos

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    Re: Another Orchestral Demo posted

    Just listened to the \"Sky\" mp3 and the Emano tracks you guys make some really nice music, nice and ambiant...

    Thanks for the fabulous tracks

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