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
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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!
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.
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.