Impact Soundworks Brings Unique Sound of Slavic Women's Choir to your Studio

There's tons of women's choir sample libraries available, but perhaps none focusing entirely on Slavic (Bulgarian style) which is unique. Check out the video to see how it can fit in your productions.  

June, 2014–Discover the powerful sound of Slavic (Bulgarian style) singing as performed by an all-female choir (sopranos, mezzos, altos, soloist, and full choir). Vocalisa features many important syllables and consonants idiomatic to this style, plus useful pitch articulations (mordents, turns) and FX (breaths, claps, clusters.)

The sound of Bulgarian / Slavic style ensemble singing is a style unlike typical Western and classical choirs, and it's rarely seen in the world of virtual instruments. 


Find out more here:

http://impactsoundworks.com/products/vocal/vocalisa-slavic-womens-choir/




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Discussion

Sharon Kathleen Johnson
Interesting sound; I want to work with a virtual choir that is tuned to extended chords--minor 7ths with flatted 9ths, 11ths, and 13ths. This is to confound expectations that choirs must sing finally in major and minor. There's no reason a choir can't be atonal off and on.
Sharon Kathleen Johnson
I meant to say "tonally, not "finally".
Sharon Kathleen Johnson
Not finally, TONALLY

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