Ofcourse the 5 SoV CD\'s contain a LOT of programs. My SoV folder contains 860 GIG files in 116 folders, based on the \"volumes\" on the Akai format CD\'s.
Total size is 7,36 Gb on my system. Maybe I need to convert again with Gst; I did it with GS.
There are a lot of Male, Female and combined programs for Ahs, Oo, Oh, Ee, Mm. Most programs come in several memory versions (A, B, C) and sometimes also with velocity switches. There\'s also a boys choir, all kinds of solo phrases (boys, soprano, tenor) andd Gregorian phrases and drones. Too much to summarize here. If you are really interested I can make and mail you 5 screen caps of the main CD directories. Just let me know (peter @ deltaworks.com).
Man, I can\'t keep up with your speed of posting... ;-)
Maybe my remark was little bit vague, but if you check the typical VoTA and Thomas_J choir examples, you just can\'t do that with SoV. The SoV choirs (London Chorale, 80 voices) only do the vowels Ah, Oo, Oh, Ee plus Mmm, and there is so much reverb (and/or release) that its tricky to make any kind of cross-fade (IMO). If you check the Assisi piece: no additional reverb on the choirs. For layers, pads, drones, ofcourse the sound is great.
I\'ll send you some jpgs with the folder listings. I\'ll also check if I can find a demo mp3 with the Spectrasonic discs.
Yeah, I know that for some libraries you needed to tweak the S-Converter (some stereo setting), but I don\'t think it was with this set (I believe it was BurningGrooves).
I mean, 5 CD\'s expanding to 7 Gb... But what the hack. If I need space, I can dump all B and C versions.
And the Kyrie boys phrase program (if you have listened to my example...).