Angelic Choir Now Available

Tonehammer releases Liberis      11/02/11
Angelic Choir Now Available


After a period where it was available for pre-order, Tonehammer has now officially released their newest choral library: Liberis - Angelic Choir. Here's what they have to say about it...
LIBERIS is our next-generation choir library featuring a professional 45-piece multi-award winning Piedmont Children's Choir.
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.
Liberis Specs:
  • Multi-Award winning 45 piece Childrens Choir
  • Three microphone positions (close/stage, medium, far / 5.1 support)
  • 12GB sample library
  • Instantly downloadable using ultrafast cloudserver technology
  • Native Instruments Kontakt 4.1.1 Required
Liberis Core Articulations:
  • Full childrens choir ranging from childrens altos to extreme sopranos
  • 3 Microphone Positions (5.1)
  • Multiple (true) legato intervals (P/FF) of sustained notes with childrens choir
  • True Polyphonic Legato (yes, you can play true legato with polyphony)
  • 12 Slow Latin Poly-Sustains (BPM Chants) (MF)
  • 10 Fast Latin Poly-Sustains (BPM Chants) (FF)
  • 6 Fast Latin Poly-Sustains (BPM Chants) (PP)
  • 9 (FF) Staccato articulations with round-robin (aka repetition)
  • 6 (FFF) Marcato articulations w/ sustains
  • 3 Solo Singers with BPM based poly-sustains
  • Monumental FX section with over one thousand FX
Liberis supports Windows and MAC OS X (Intel) in Stand-alone and VST, Audio Units and RTAS instrument plug-in formats. There is native 64-bit support for stand-alone and plug-in versions on both Mac OS X and Windows. Pricing and Availability:
$499 More information:

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