Virtual Inst - Vocal - Form words?

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  1. Prahas David Nafissian

    Prahas David Nafissian Active Member

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    Hi,

    Anyone know of a virtual instrument plug in which creates choir sounds
    (SATB) (or I'd settle for solo voices) which allows the user to specify
    vowel sounds and starting/ending consonants -- in other words, allows
    the user to create sung words?

    Thanks!
     
  2. DonnyThompson

    DonnyThompson Well-Known Member

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    pcrecord Quality recording seeker ! Well-Known Member

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  4. DonnyThompson

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    Addendum: I need to be clear here, that I've never used this. I'm just going by what you said you wanted to do, and I typed it into Google, and the VSTi I linked to above came up high in the search returns.
    I have no idea of the quality; it doesn't appear that there is a trial version available for DL, although there are audio samples for you to listen to on the site.

    -d.
     
  5. Brother Junk

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    I'm the small fish in this big pond, so TIFWIW, but I don't know of anything that specific. PT has a few different vowel combos, and vocal ranges. Eg. Male, Female, Ooh Aah, Eeeh Ahh etc. But you can't make words.

    The Korg Kaosillator (sp?) is the only thing I can think of that might possibly work. But you have to record yourself, or import a sample to work with. I don't know if it does a choir sound either, it does a lot of funky stuff though. Might be worth checking out if it's a crucial part of the project.
     
  6. dvdhawk

    dvdhawk Well-Known Member

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    Maybe a choir patch along with a vocoder would be something to consider.
     
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    audiokid Chris Well-Known Member

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    Maybe this:
    https://soundiron.com/products/olympus-symphonic-choir

     
  9. Brother Junk

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    Also, if you find something for this, I'd love to hear the results.
     

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