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    choir vsti

    Hello there,

    I saw the namm video from the choir vsti and it seems amazing.
    I do alround productions from dance too trance, rmb ... and it
    wood be a nice idea too make the same vsti with black voices for
    the background or mayby lead?

    This cood be a seller, and more usefull in the music industry?

    I hope a programmer will see this idea??

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    Re: choir vsti

    Quote Originally Posted by herme
    Hello there,

    I saw the namm video from the choir vsti and it seems amazing.
    I do alround productions from dance too trance, rmb ... and it
    wood be a nice idea too make the same vsti with black voices for
    the background or mayby lead?

    This cood be a seller, and more usefull in the music industry?

    I hope a programmer will see this idea??
    Have you checked out the VOCALOID series?

    Here's the link for Lola, there are links there for the others in the series -

    http://www.soundsonline.com/sophtml/...html?sku=ZG-V2

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    Re: choir vsti

    (Who is putting together a choir vsti?)

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    Re: choir vsti

    i saw the lola and mona thing but those are not real voices and i dont like the sound of it, it stil talks like a machine and not natural and the choir vsti are real samples.
    Make this one and i buy it sure.
    I hope the programmers will pick this up


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    Re: choir vsti

    Quote Originally Posted by herme
    i saw the lola and mona thing but those are not real voices and i dont like the sound of it, it stil talks like a machine and not natural and the choir vsti are real samples.
    Make this one and i buy it sure.
    I hope the programmers will pick this up

    Actually, they are real voices. I have heard good and bad tracks from Vocaloid, it depends on who's doing the work. Vocaloid doesn't work with ensembles though, our choirs vsti uses different technology to achieve this.

    - Doug

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    Re: choir vsti

    To me Spectrsonics Symphony of voices and Vocal Planet are still the leaders.

    VOTA doesn't hold the same appeal to me, and the NAMM video demo of Vocaloid didn't do anything for me either. Great concept, but making it truly blend didn't seam to sound right to me, but that's just me.

    But I love Choirs.

    Curious to see what Bella D's children's Choir is going to sound like.

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    Re: choir vsti

    Quote Originally Posted by wind
    bad sound for me.... and these are strings choirs,not voices

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    Re: choir vsti

    Quote Originally Posted by herme
    bad sound for me.... and these are strings choirs,not voices
    aha , Ok 2nd try :
    http://www.virsyn.de/en/E_Products/E.../e_cantor.html

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    Oh my goodness.......... um...ok......... I'm just going to reiterate my first post which applauds Spectrasonics.

    Some concepts, as progressive as they are, simply take five steps backward in their presentation.

    Some technologies just aren't able to present a sense of "beauty" without being spotted as a "sample" and,....... I mean, an Ensoniq Mirage type sample,....... which in today's sophistication, stands out as a bit of,..........well, a sore thumb.

    But of course, technology will continue advance; and in doing so, the transparency of these newer progressive technologies will become less offensive and much more desirable and useful in a mix.

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