How well can s-converter convert Miroslav strings v2.0 AKAI rom?
And question for Holger...
Does \"Extended classical choir\" has separate instruments for sopranos, altos, basses....?
If not wich choir liberary does? I would like to build 4 tone chords with choir?
Alex, we have just released the giga version
of the string ensembles, and wood&brass
ensembles for the Miroslav library.
If you still want to use the akai version
we recommend raising the velocity by
6 db all the way around.
Some release points may also need to be
adjusted, but those you would notice
right away if you\'ve heard the library before.
All around the s-converter does a great job.
You would not however, have the great programming of the native version.
Holger, one thing is still not clear...
If I load the bigest patch from extended choir and press c-1 will I hear all the choir sing c-1 or just the basses?
I mean whats the point if you can\'t write chords?
In the lower range there are only the basses, of course, the mid range is mixed male/female and the upper range is female. But you cant write a chord e.g. C2 - male, D#2 female or so. The choir is pre-mixed.
Now it\'s all clear to me and I like it...
It sounds that the extended choir is the best choir liberary out there...
I was wondering is there a web site with lots of info like this dedicated to all Peter
Siedlaczek\'s products? Like the www.marcati.com for Miroslav(great web site IMHO)? I know for www.bestservice.de but that\'s not the same thing..
The strings and wood&brass ensembles
are not the looped only disks. That only
takes place in our mini disk. The mother
library offers both looped and un-looped
patches. We have taken advantage of the
new key switch technology with all instruments. A typical key switch would be,
Long notes looped
No Vibrato looped
with - Mod wheel additional tremolo
You\'ll have to forgive my lack of technical expertise in some of these \"Giga terms\"
such as the (wave tech stuff).
However the mechanical programming was
done by Dave Govett of Nemesys, with Miroslav
doing the musical editing. That to me translates into a quality disk.
Patches are re-edited and re-tuned to provide
the smooth transition between key switches.
What you can do with this , and how fast you can do it is a sight to marvel at. I was
very impressed in hearing this 2 disk set.
I myself have not seen a better combo in
to alex: I like the extended choir very much, but also great is the symphony of voices. The whole library has a natural, sometimes very mysterious sound and lots of special phrases, e.g. operatic lines or a boys choir. The only thing is the sometimes big sampling intervals which leads to strong transposition effects. But sounds great. Just 4 information!
Is there an MP3 demo of extended classical choir on the net?
And could you tell me is it possible to load Advanced Orchestra full set in Gigasampler, and how much RAM would it be neaded for this?