Miroslav classical choir presents a fantastic male and female choirs multisampled designed for setting large-scale coral. The vocal talent is immense, from the rich classical tradition of Eastern Europe. 16 men and 16 women were recorded separately and mixed together as a chorus at the Rudolfinum Dvorak Concert Hall in Prague, with some additional recordings captured in a smaller setting nearby. The recording quality is superb. Miroslav enlisted the talents of top engineers using fabulous mics and converters to create recordings clear, smooth and quiet.
Women contributed dynamic representations of AHS, SST and Oos more pianissimo and mezzo forte Brumendos, Ohs Gohs expressive staccato. AHS features the mixed choir, Ohs, uhs and Brumendos in a mixture of unison and octaves.
The men were in three dynamics, ff, mf and mp, singing held open long vowels (AHS and OHS). In addition, there Oos, EHS and the EEA, in addition to pianissimo and mezzo forte Brumendos (MMS). In addition, there Gohs Oh Expresso and staccato.
Single syllable content
Another unique feature of this library is the inclusion of multiple syllables in the sample, sung both in Porto (short sharp) and staccato articulations. These syllables are offered and include chromatically do, re, mi, fa, so, A, B, mu and many more. In the Giga version, it Keyswitch to enable rapid and complex multi-syllabic passages, but on any platform this will be a variety of expressions unprecedented reality when composing vocal performances.
But that’s not all. Miroslav also includes a wide variety of vocal effects, such as speech, whispering, laughing and crying at the quality that can only be obtained from a well-formed set of this caliber.