Hello there all,
here is my mock up of Panis Angelicus of Franck Cesar.
Sorry the file is pretty big!!
All the best,
Really nice Mock-up... Choir is very well done in most places. For the most part I would say it could pass as real for people who aren't familiar with samples and their short-comings.
I agree with Marcussen about the limitations of the choir.
I have to say Roberto, I know you had a lot of fun creating this!
I love your attention to detail.
I just wish I knew what the choir was singing.
We gotta get you Altiverb though.
This mockup is worthy of a much better quality reverb.
Simply put it:
Beautifully nice. Any of us probably would have done it differently, because our individuality would come out. Your feeling about this great piece is a new experience for us who know this piece well.
Thanks, and I have no negativ comment at all. It is just beautifully done.
I said,we may have done it differently, but many of us could not do it as well as you did. I use this piece to demonstrate to what talent and hard work can produce electronicaly (with the right equipment of course. My choir from a SF2 converted to .gig sounds like the Don Kozaks)
Beautifully done. One of my all time favorites. Franck would be proud.
Personally, I'm waiting for caller IQ.
I had to listen to this a few more times. It's beautiful and the choir sounds great.
Roberto, this is GREAT. The rendering of the choir is fantastic, the best I heard till now.
Thanks for posting.
Hey Dan,Originally Posted by DPDAN
thanks for the comments.
I think so far this is one of the best choir out there in terms of realism and possibility of use in different contests.
I am not biased saying this i really think so.
And i don't think is a real problem to be used, i don't think it is actually difficult at all. I mean it took me one day to make this.
Anyways i think you are right for the reverb but i am only using the K2 presets and i thought it was good enough. i ll try something!
Thanks marcussen!Originally Posted by Marcussen
sometime i think it sounds really real!
Thank you very much Stephen!Originally Posted by Stephen McMahan
I really appreciate!!!