I'm very happy to announce that we have finished the "Vienna Choir" and the DVDs are already in replication.
We expect to send out the DVDs to our distributers end of March.
We also have a winner of our "Choir Lottery" contest.
Piotr Musial wins a Vienna Choir Full Library package.
The library contains 31412 samples, and Piotr posted 31466 samples, so he was pretty close.
Update - Now the first demos are available.
Jay Bacal sent us this beautiful version of Frederick Delius "To be sung of a summer night on the water"
which demonstrates the performance legato abilities of the Vienna Choir perfectly:
Here are some additional tutorial demos showcasing special playing techniques of the Vienna Choir.
First one a piece which is based exclusively on performance glissando articulations
The next piece is done exclusively with dynamic samples: crescendi, diminuendi, sfz
The following piece is based on performance trills, with these articulation you can go far beyond what a choir usually could perform
Now we are going in a scary direction, you will hear our "creepy" articulations:
And a last one for the moment, a crazy piece demonstrating cluster and soprano glissandi at the end