Cello Choir & Cello Pad

Two adjustable pads created from a studio cellist....

The story

I had a Cellist in studio for a Pop album, and I grabbed some samples from 2 songs: a ballad, and a Rock song.

Cello CHOIR is a singing Synth Pad, made from soft cello samples. Like a comfy pillow whistling at you from a distance.
Cello PAD is a dreamy Synth Pad, made from rIch, energetic cello samples. Like a group of cellists playing in an empty bath.
Load individually, or together!

Both Instruments feature an “Attack” knob, “Release” knob, a “Low Pass Filter” knob, and a “Reverb” knob.

Recorded with an AKG 414, and sound designed in Cubase 10.5
Built for the FULL VERSION of Native Instrument’s Kontakt 5.8


Leave a review to let others know what you thought of the instrument!

  • I say, give it a go!

    While theres not much control over the two patches, they have a character that you might like and find it fitting for your works. I personally like the Choir patch more than the Pad, because you are not restricted to the sample durations - in the pad patch, the samples are stretched in a very obvious way and in the higher register they don't last that long, just like me in bed LOL. DEFINITELY NOT PREFERED HAHA...ha ha.. Anyway I also found it weird that the patches are shifted one octave up, so the middle C is actually a low C instead. I think this was because of the very... VERY subby lows. I say, give it a go!

    Alex Raptakis16 October 2021
  • Fat Cello, and nice choir pad

    Very interesting! The lower range has a fab bass sound so probably needs a little tweaks and the higher it gets, choir sound comes in. Very original and inspiring. GUI is very nice as well.

    Asuka Amane16 October 2021
  • Pretty Pads and Singing Celli

    Some lovely low strings processed to make very organic sounding pads. The samples sound a little boxy, but they are helped out by some EQ and reverb. These sounds seem to work well underneath soft, emotive piano parts.

    Sam Ecoff14 October 2021