The Quiet Choir
I created a choir with just my voice. I used Shure KSM32 up close as I wanted it very soft and intimate sounding. I used a Neve 1073 pre, with U.A. 1176. I recorded similarly to how some are recording the piano (using the cycle of fifths) .My range vocally is a LOT less than the piano obviously, so it did not take long! I did this process several times and layered until it sounded close to a choir. The idea was that it would be more a choir pad for a track . It will NOT be Eric Whitacre’s go to library!! Haha Besides the main Quiet Choir I also included Swells and one combining both, “The Quiet Choir GRAND” . Start with that one to get the full effect!
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Inspiration Within Every Note!
Directly after hearing this library, I immediately added it to my LPX template. The ambient nature and spirit of this resource have brought out tons of inspiration to my writing.
Beautiful and unique.
A great addition to a collection.
I simply love the human voice and what can be done with it. Jon has done brilliantly, and only if I had the time to spend with him, even if only to share some input. Great stuff.
threw me back to Eno’s choir in Music for Airports, not the same but the ‘vibe’ is is close enough for me to love it. Thanks for sharing
I tried this out on a track yesterday. It’s subtle and full of character; just the kind of creative jumpstart you need to breathe life into a project. Top marks for The Quiet Choir GRAND version – to paraphrase ‘This Is Spinal Tap’, if less is more, this one is how much more MORE can be.