Interfere With The Choir

Ueberschall ships The Voice Vol.1 sampled choir with independently editable voices      29/09/06

Interfere With The Choir


We ran a news story earlier this month on volume 2, but now Ueberschall have confirmed that they are shipping Liquid Instruments Series No.4 The Voice Vol.1 in October.
The Voice Vol.1
features male and female a-cappella chorus lines for pop, dance and RnB productions.
Ueberschall say this is something revolutionary new. Here’s what they say,
“Vocal phrases of a choir with independently editable voices in a PlugIn for VST Audio Units and RTAS: 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 producer’s needs. You can create basically every vocal harmony and every chord progression possible. Only Liquid Instruments 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 to make a total of eight different tracks per vocal phrase for absolutely realistic sounding choirs. “
The Voice Vol. 1 features 300 verbal vocal phrases between 2 and 8 bars focused mainly on pop, dance and RnB productions. All vocal phrases can be combined with each other. The verbal phrases a. o. include: "listen 2 the groove", "keep me movin on", "liftin me higher", "party everybody", "ready 4 my luv", "u make me wanna dance", "universal love", "feel so high", "sexy dancer", "when will u stop playing" and many more.
Pricing and Availability:
Available October 2006
$199 USD, €169, £117 GBP
More information:



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