Virtual choir recommendations

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Virtual choir recommendations

Post by grumpymike » Mon Aug 26, 2019 7:59 am

What are your experiences with realistic choir virtual instruments? Favorites? Disappointments?

Any gospel ones, in particular?
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Re: Virtual choir recommendations

Post by fluffy » Sun Sep 08, 2019 12:26 am

If you don't care about the phonetics, the ones that come with Logic are vaguely serviceable, and I assume the same could be said for any of the large instrument collections like NI KOMPLETE or whatever.

Whenever I want a chorus I just record myself a dozen times and then use a vocal transformer to fiddle with the formants/pitch/etc. which is probably why my choruses always sound like crap.
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