Your Own Virtual Choir

Ueberschall are shipping The Voice vol.2 featuring male and female non-verbal a-cappella chorus lines      11/09/06
Your Own Virtual Choir


Ueberschall has announced that The Voice Vol. 2. Liquid Instrument for Mac and PC is now shipping worldwide. They say that this is something revolutionary new: Vocal phrases of a choir with independently editable voices in a PlugIn for VST, Audio Units and RTAS.
Here’s Ueberschall’s description in their own words…
‘For the first time ever it is possible to change a single voice within a choir - independently from the other lines - and to adjust it to the individual producers needs. You can create basically every vocal harmony and every chord progression possible. Only Liquid Instrument The Voice offers total control over each single voice and melody within a choir. It is possible to take a chord, change a line and create a new feeling in an instant! The unique Liquid Engine helps to create everything from simple adlibs to complex harmonic structures. Every vocal phrase is dubbed eight times by two (male and female) singers. That makes a total of eight different tracks per vocal phrase for absolutely realistic sounding choirs.
The Voice vol.2 (non-verbal)contains melodic vocal lines from simple to sophisticated not just the usual "Ah", "Oh" and "Uh". Beautifully sung lines with appealing melody and rhythm offer a great range of different tunes for that extra spice in songs.’ Ueberschall The Voice Vol. 2 was recorded in 24 Bit, acoustically dry without additional effects and filters. Each Volume contains 300 vocal phrases and 2400 vocal loops. It requires 3GB of Hard Disc space.
Pricing and Availability:
Ueberschall The Voice Vol. 2 retails for $199 USD More information:
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