Really Good Choir VST?

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Really Good Choir VST?

Postby serratedskies » 22 Sep 2014 16:34

I've been searching for a while and looking at videos and whatnot and I've been wondering if there's a really good choir vst out there that's got a phrase builder (More like VOXOS's instead of Symphonic Choirs'); legatos for just play ah's, oh's, ooh's, etc.; soloists that sound good with a soprano soloists that doesn't sound like an opera singer (Mainly without much vibrato); and with basses that have at least the full C-C range; and a fair variety of FX and glissandos. Does such a thing exist, or should I look at buying multiple cheaper libraries such as Requiem (Which I'm not particularly a fan of) and Shevannai (Which is stellar for soprano but nothing else, really)?
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Re: Really Good Choir VST?

Postby CitricAcid » 22 Sep 2014 17:03

Maybe look into Soundiron's libraries.
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Re: Really Good Choir VST?

Postby MrBronyPlan » 09 Nov 2014 17:09

I know the Tonehammer Requiem is pretty good. Although I'd try out the Pro one over the light one.
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Re: Really Good Choir VST?

Postby GhostXb » 27 Jul 2015 22:41

I'm surprised no one mentioned 8dio's libraries yet. Although they've released some new one's since the start of this thread. Including Studio Soprano's, and Lacrimoso (200 person choir), and Jenifer (solo soprano). They have a phrase builder, and they also recorded multiple phrases which sounds more natural for faster passages. I have the Studio Sopranos, and I really dig it. It's got really good legato and multiple legato types. It's quite versatile. Their Lacrimosa Library is really promising, and I was tempted to get it this month, but decided I'd rather save for their V8P choir libraries. It's hella expensive but the best sounding choir's I've ever heard.

Their older choir libraries (Requiem Pro and Liberis) are also still pretty good.

As for bread and butter libraries, I actually use Olympus Elements by Soundiron. It's got legato, marcato's, and a phrase builder, for both men and women. Doesn't hold a candle to the more expensive stuff, but it still sounds pretty good in a mix, and for the price, I can't complain.

I've used both the Studio Sopranos and Olympus Elements libraries in my Dazzlings Tribute Album. I used the Olympus one extensively in this track in particular.
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Re: Really Good Choir VST?

Postby Lighthouse01 » 30 Jun 2016 02:01

I know the Tonehammer Requiem is pretty good. Although I'd try out the Pro one over the light one.
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