I WANT THIS LIBRARY AND I WANT TO BUY IT RIGHT HERE AND NOW.
Is this possible? Has it been released? I could use these sounds on THIS weeks episode of Angel that I am working on, and I\'m sure several upcoming episodes too.
Congratulations Nick, its fantastic!!
What sold me is the second example within this final demo, and the last example. It sounds like they\'re singing words! Sure I can\'t tell what the words might be, and I don\'t want to: it\'s that classic epic choir sound of them singing in Latin, like in \"the Omen\" for example. Very useful and no I haven\'t done this effectively with other choir libraries.
Um, what brass, strings and percussion did you use in that second example (the big staccatto example).
Nick, thank you for sending the demo. I know what I\'m asking for from Santa this year!
Would you mind posting a little description of the making of the demo. For example, \"the first part is the angel choir with Waves small hall reverb, etc, etc.\" It might be quite helpful to know how you created the sound of each section, or if you have any special tips on the best way to work with the samples.
There is no additional reverb used on the choir in the demos, except on the consonants to help blending. You are hearing release samples of the hall. I added a touch of low end boost to the choir in the demos and thats about it. The first cue is the angels. The second cue is the sustained mens and womens choirs, no stacatto samples, just sustains with fast attacks + consonants and also some shouts and clusters in the middle. The third cue is combos of angels and the mens and womens choirs with strings in the background and mens and womens mmmms at the end.
The final cue is the sustained men and women with consonants. I didn\'t program any slow attack options into the library ( except on the Angels aahs because the mod wheel was available). If you want that sort of thing, you can do it to the whole library in a couple minutes. I provide natural (fairly quick) attacks and slightly faster attacks only on the vowels. As I explore, I will probably provide some articulation files on East west\'s site.
[This message has been edited by Nick Phoenix (edited 11-10-2001).]