There aren\'t any key switches to SOV that I\'m aware of, but there is velocity switching. It\'s a somewhat older library in terms of features, but as far as the samples themselves go, they\'re excelent! You\'re sure to find alot of diverse uses for the stuff included in SOV. And I don\'t think VOTA and SOV are that redundant, more like they compliment eachother. Each kind of fills in where the other leaves off.
I did a search for any info on some Gregorian samples but came up empty. I thought I saw a thread a while back on this subject but...
Anyone know if there are any libraries that feature Gregorian chants etc. I have VOTA which is really wonderfull but would like to expand a little further.
Mark Dalzell / AudioScapes
Las Vegas, NV
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When you get a chance, check out BelaDMedia\'s threads here on their upcoming products. After putting up a new choir library, they also have plans for a \"Voices of Faith\" performance file library that should include some chants.
not to forget to just import the audiofiles into your sequencer and edit them by hand [img]/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/smile.gif[/img]
you have exact control over each vowel and phrase, you can stretch out just a little part at the end of a phrase and you can crossfade them together, so it sounds that the choir would really sing the whole line.
you can pitch stacc samples for a few cent or stretch them one or two %, so you get different staccato samples to make it more realistic etc etc