The Human Voice As A Virtual Instrument

Vienna Symphonic Library introduces Vienna Choir      12/04/10
The Human Voice As A Virtual Instrument


After several years in the making, the Vienna Symphonic Library has announced a much-anticipated addition to their broad family of DVD Collections. Vienna Choir provides an impressive 25 GB vocal collection, offering the full range of the human voice with soprano, alto, tenor and bass ensembles. All voices were cast and assembled exclusively for the recording sessions at Vienna's Silent Stage, with each singer handselected from Austria's leading choirs. Vienna Choir is now available from the company's worldwide network of distributors and dealers as well as at the Vienna Symphonic Library web shop.
Introductory Offer
Registered users of the Vienna Special Edition Bundle (Vienna Special Edition and Special Edition PLUS, both Standard and Extended Libraries) will receive a 50% discount when purchasing a Vienna Choir Extended Library through April 30, 2010. Registered users of the Symphonic Cube (10 Standard Libraries) get the Vienna Choir Extended Library for free upon their purchase of the Standard Library during the introductory period.
Upgrade Discount
Users of the Soprano Choir, which will remain available as a Single Instrument Download, benefit from an unlimited upgrade discount of €75 / $100 when purchasing the Vienna Choir Extended Library.
Like all Vienna Instruments collections, Vienna Choir is a sample-based virtual instrument that supports native 32-bit and 64-bit processing on both Macs and PCs. It ships in the formats VST, RTAS (OS X, Windows XP/Vista/7) and AU (OS X) and also works standalone. Registered users are eligible to download the free mixing and host software Vienna Ensemble.
Pricing:
Standard Library: €445 / $615
Extended Library: €445 / $615
Full Library: €890 / $1,230
More information:
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2 Comments...  Post a comment    original story
limitdude    Said...

symphonic choirs much?

12-Apr-10 06:46 PM


loneraver    Said...

Symphonic choirs is one of the most amazing libraries I own.

I don't know what this will offer that EWQL symphonic choirs can't do. Symphonic choirs can sing any word you throw at it (as long as you play with it a bit) instead of just "ahhh" and "ohhhhh" and I believe it's cheaper too.

13-Apr-10 02:45 PM


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