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ORIGINALS: EPIC CHOIR

KEY FEATURES

50-piece ensemble

Recorded at Lyndhurst Hall, AIR Studios — home of blockbuster scores

Three bespoke signals (Close, Tree, Ethereal)

Split into two sections — Sopranos & Altos / Tenors & Bass — both sections offering identical articulations

Classic shorts and longs, as well as ‘episodic’ vowel blending textures and short staccato syllables, alternating between vowel sounds

PRESETS (12)

Sopranos & Altos: Long Ahh — A long sustained note, sung on the vowel sound “ahh”

Sopranos & Altos: Long Mmm — A long sustained note, hummed on the consonant “mmm”

Sopranos & Altos: Episodic Combo 1 — A long episodically changing sustained note, blending between a combination of different vowel sounds, for a textural and shifting sound

Sopranos & Altos: Episodic Combo 2 — A long episodically changing sustained note, blending between a combination of different vowel sounds, for a textural and shifting sound

Sopranos & Altos: Short Staccato Syllables — A short, sharp sound, sung on one of up to seven different syllabic sounds

Syllable sounds: Koh, Rah, Tah, Seh, Mah, Cheh, Doh

Sopranos & Altos: Short Staccato Syllables (keyswitch) — A short, sharp sound, sung on one of up to seven different syllabic sounds, with keyswitch functionality to change between specific syllables

Tenors & Basses: Long Ahh — A long sustained note, sung on the vowel sound “ahh”

Tenors & Basses: Long Mmm — A long sustained note, hummed on the consonant “mmm”

Tenors & Basses: Episodic Combo 1 — A long episodically changing sustained note, blending between a combination of different vowel sounds, for a textural and shifting sound

Tenors & Basses: Episodic Combo 2 — A long episodically changing sustained note, blending between a combination of different vowel sounds, for a textural and shifting sound

Tenors & Basses: Short Staccato Syllables — A short, sharp sound, sung on one of up to seven different syllabic sounds

Syllable sounds: Koh, Rah, Tah, Seh, Mah, Cheh, Doh

Tenors & Basses: Short Staccato Syllables (keyswitch) — A short, sharp sound, sung on one of up to seven different syllabic sounds, with keyswitch functionality to change between specific syllables

CONTROLS (3)

Reverb — A realistic Hall-style impulse response

Release — A release trigger which only applies to long patches

Tightness — This cuts further into the note to make it tighter and only applies to short patches

SIGNALS (3)

Close - Valve spot mics summed together for a direct and upfront image of the string ensemble.

Tree - A decca tree microphone array, giving a spacious and enveloping sound.

Ethereal - A treated signal (saturation, reverb, EQ) which adds texture, brightness and width to the vocals, while retaining an organic feel

DOWNLOAD SIZE

 ~2.92 GB

DOES EPIC CHOIR CONTAIN ANY EXISTING SAMPLE CONTENT?

No, Epic Choir is made entirely of newly recorded sample content.