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    Journey to Paradise- featuring Diva

    I am re-writing a piece I wrote many years ago called Journey to Paradise. It features Bela D Media's Diva Classical Soloist (starts at approximately 49 seconds). I definitely plan on purchasing Diva extended to have control over the vibrato on the solo choir. It is still in rough-draft stage and hasn't been mixed and mastered, but would still love to hear comments, impressions, advice, etc.

    FIXED LINK:

    http://www.seandockery.net/hidden-fo...ise%202006.mp3


    Thanks!
    _______________________________________
    "I would rather compose than decompose."


    Sean C. Dockery
    www.SeanDockery.com




    Cubase 5, Komplete 6, Alchemy, PLAY, Vienna Instruments, Spectrasonics, and much more

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    Re: Journey to Paradise- using Diva

    Hi Sean!! The link doesn't work
    Eduardo Tarilonte |Sample Library Developer
    SampleLibraries |MyWeb

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    Re: Journey to Paradise- using Diva

    Sorry about that. The link should be fixed now.
    _______________________________________
    "I would rather compose than decompose."


    Sean C. Dockery
    www.SeanDockery.com




    Cubase 5, Komplete 6, Alchemy, PLAY, Vienna Instruments, Spectrasonics, and much more

    INTEL|CORE I7 980X 3.33G, 12G CORSAIR DDR3, SSD 160G|OCZ for OS.






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    Re: Journey to Paradise- using Diva

    Hi Sean! Beautiful piece. The most amazing feature in Diva IMO are the patches with syllabes, they make Diva a true real voice sensation. Try them for making Diva to say something
    Eduardo Tarilonte |Sample Library Developer
    SampleLibraries |MyWeb

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    Re: Journey to Paradise- using Diva

    Quote Originally Posted by Argitoth
    The same choir staccato sample OVER AND OVER again...

    I used SOV's London Choir for the staccato choir. I used 9 different chords with it throughout the song, but I understand that they could seem repetitive since they play continuously in staccato and equal volume throughout the entire piece. I've haven't heard anyone else mention this yet, but I will experiment and see what I can do to cut down on the repetition.

    Thank you and take care,
    _______________________________________
    "I would rather compose than decompose."


    Sean C. Dockery
    www.SeanDockery.com




    Cubase 5, Komplete 6, Alchemy, PLAY, Vienna Instruments, Spectrasonics, and much more

    INTEL|CORE I7 980X 3.33G, 12G CORSAIR DDR3, SSD 160G|OCZ for OS.






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