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    East west symphonic choir

    I had a stupid quesiton for you symhpnic choir users. I've done more complex phrasing with this, but i can't believe i can't get this one right. How would you write "hallelujah" in Votox mode??? lol


    I can't get the "jah" part right. This is what i write: Ha Le LO Ya

    I'm pretty sure that's the way to go, but obviously it didn't work for me. Please advise, if you know what the problem is..thanks

  2. #2

    Re: East west symphonic choir

    How about:

    Ha Le LOL Ya

    jeffn1
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    Re: East west symphonic choir

    Quote Originally Posted by jeffn1 View Post
    How about:

    Ha Le LOL Ya

    jeffn1

    One more thing got added to the pile of things you should not have said in your life dear "composer"! LOL

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    Re: East west symphonic choir

    How about, Ha Le Lew Ya!

    Phil

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    Re: East west symphonic choir

    Ha Le LO Yu?
    Ha Le LO Y:u?
    Just a guess.
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    Re: East west symphonic choir

    I read the manual and watched the tutorials. It's just weird though. the "L" sounds so washy. Then you can barely hear "Y". According to East West people, if you extend the length of the syllable in the time editor and raise the velocity, you should get a more pronounced emphasazied sound, but i could't hear that at all.

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