Recorded around 10-15 layers each of my voice –
(C0 – G0 – D1 – A1 – E2 – B2 – F#3 – C#4 ) as part of winter voices piano book project by Christian.
Created 5 patches while experimenting with the sounds through different plugins and pedals.
3. Angels in the Sky
5. Studer Echo
Reviews for Some Voices
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So Talented !!!
I have to say you are such a talented person i cant wait to use this sounds on my beats thanks cant wait to hear more of your work !!
These sounds are so enveloping and atmospheric. They really bring you inside the world of the creator. They take a while to build up to full volume but this isn't an issue for me. They sound great in all ranges too. You get some really nice options in here. The voices patch is probably my favorite, its an extremely realistic and beautiful choir sound and im i remember correctly the enigma patch is a kind of scream in comparison. another patch has an underwater pitch bend quality to it. The GUI is very nice looking as well with simple but effective controls. This is probably the first choir patch on pianobook i would reach for although there are other amazing ones as well like winter voices and Michas Choir.
Super inspiring sounds
I think it sounds gorgeous and very usable. One of the better vocals in pianobook imo.
Great direction, could use some more variations
Not sure why there are 5 patches, because they all sound mostly the same to me with some very minor alterations - but then it might be just me and my untrained ears. Also kind of hate it when the knobs react to the mouse only moving horizontally and not vertically.
Warm like a winter jumper
A warm and intriguing choir sound that for me works best with a slow attack and with a faster attack it almost has a "do" or pluck style sound to it - which might work well for some. Particularly like the "Enigma" variation too which provides a completely different take on the sound, being distant and dystopian instead.