Angelic Choir Available For Pre-Order

Tonehammer announce Liberis availability and pricing      21/12/10
Angelic Choir Available For Pre-Order


Following on from our sneak preview last week. Tonehammer have now announced the pricing and availability of Liberis. Here's what they have to say...
LIBERIS is our next-generation choir library featuring a professional 45-piece multi-award winning symphonic children's choir. The library represents the most detailed sampling ever done of a high-end symphonic children's choir and the most ambitious release in the history of Tonehammer.
LIBERIS allows you to create realistic sounding choir by using a variety of next-generation features, including true ensemble legato with speed control and legato for our poly-sustained chants. In addition the contains sustains from piano to forte, staccato with repetitions, marcato with sustains, BPM (host-synced) latin chants recorded at different speeds and velocity layers and a uncompromising effects section with +1000 effects ranging from basic consonant/vowels, clusters, sweeps, whispers, shouts, chirps, childrens songs, claps, snaps etc. In addition the library is recorded in 24 bit / 44.1khz with 3 (5.1) microphone positions, three different solo singers with poly-sustains and a gorgeous ambient section by Steve Tavaglione.
All pre-orders will receive an exclusive additional ambient library: "Liberambius" with content made from Liberis. Liberambius is only available for pre-order customers.
Facts:
  • LIBERIS Requires Full Retail Version of Kontakt +4.1.1
  • LIBERIS Requires Watermarking (see Tonehammer webpage for more information)
  • LIBERIS will not be released as a "light" product in foreseeable future
Pricing and Availability:
LIBERIS promotional MSRP is $399.
LIBERIS Price goes to $499 on release.
LIBERIS release date: 15th of January 2011.
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