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Epic Choirs Libraries
Old 2nd July 2016
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Epic Choirs Libraries

I was wondering if people could recommend me some choir libraries..? I been getting into orchestral music and some things I been creating that are very fast paced with quick sections need some nice impacting choirs.

Budget doesn't matter too much!

What I'm looking for the choir to cover (the least) mf - fff , staccato, vowel changing/creating, sustain sounds and soforzando etc.

I've been looking at voxos.. Just I am unsure what else is out there and very expressive; any help is appreciated I just really want to see what is out there and can cover my needs.

Sound example: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BQ2fxrchQmI

Last edited by Winter Skyes; 2nd July 2016 at 11:24 AM..
Old 3rd July 2016
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you might like 8Dio's Requiem Pro, it's really good for epic stuff and has all the sections combined across the keyboard.

If you want to have the sections separate (soprano, alto, tenor, bass) then Voxos is what you want.

There's also Storm Choir 2 (made by Strezov Sampling) but I haven't used this before.
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