33-Voice Women's Choir Sampled

Soundiron releases The Venus Symphonic Women's Choir      30/04/12
Soundiron has released the latest of their virtual choral libraries: The Venus Symphonic Women's Choir. They tell us that they took all they had learned from recording previous choirs and applied them here to make certain Venus extraordinarily playable, diverse and stunningly beautiful. A Soundiron spokesperson told Sonic State, "With Venus, we are aiming for versatility. Instead of focusing on one language, we offer both Slavonic (Russian) and classic Latin content, so composers can explore even more flavor and realism. We spent 10 days in our favorite church recording the 33-voice women's chorus, featuring top notch talent from Volti, SF Symphony Chorus and the SF Choral Society, capturing all of the delicate nuances of the female human voice. Venus is all about power, clarity and fluidity. It includes 2 mic positions (stage and hall) so composers have the flexibility to incorporate the brilliant, natural sound of Venus easily into their mix. Now finally Venus has risen in the night sky, to join her Male counterpart Mars."
Pricing and Availability:
$369.
You can get the Olympus Choral Bundle with both Mars and Venus together, for a special intro price of only $549.
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