Atahan Choir

"Oh" choir sounds....

The story

Just simple “oh” vocals with looping. My first attempt at sampling. Needed a choir fast, recorded this quick and put it together with Kontakt. When I heard about Pianobook I wanted to share this with you and tried to remake it with the Pianobook rules. (I hope I didn’t miss some things)

Sounds ok with ~10db high boost and LOTS of reverb. (I mostly use it with %70 wet 4 second reverb with lots of high end) Add attack and release if needed. Thanks for using it!


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  • A good effort for a first go, but there are a few issues here...

    The sound is very dry and where the samples have been stretched it gives you a vibe that's its been recorded through an old Casio Sk-1 or something. Which isn't a bad thing if that what you're looking for! With some additional programming to solve noticeable looping issue and also to give some control over ADSR it could be a great little library. But good job nonetheless.

    R.Treves18 October 2021
  • Definitely needs some work

    While the voices are interesting, you can really sense that this is kind of basic. It's not just the lack of GUI. It's that the samples are looped in a way that once you notice it you can't unhear it. That's not a big issue though compared to other problems. Most of the samples sounds very dry and the attack is very harsh for my taste. This results in a very "synthy" feel which doesn't match the sound I'm hearing. Since there are no settings to play around, not even with the modwheel, you can't really do anything about it.

    Alex Raptakis15 October 2021
  • Good first attempt at sampling

    This is a good first shot at sampling vocals. The sound is clear and not noisy. There's some unevenness of tone between the sample ranges, which is definitely one of the trickiest parts to get right in sample libraries. I hope you keep finding inspiration on the PB site and continue your sampling journey, Atahan!

    Sam Ecoff15 October 2021