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An experiment with real and virtual singers together.   victoria_o_magnum_short.mp3
« on: Aug 23rd, 2016, 10:32pm »
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Hallo all, I had not tried this combination before and was struck by how well it seemed to suit the  early polyphonic style.  It sort of  'flows' along.
Possibly some HA users may have a use for such an effect?
 
The virtual singers are a choir set to only 4 or 5 voices.
The choirs sound is not particularly good, but the way they  seem to lighten and fill out the sound of the real singers I find very pleasing.
And it seemed to work without any  great editing.  
 Volumes need to be balanced by ear .. they are roughly the same in the attached mp3.
 
I think most of the VS choir voices were made from the standard VS female choir and male choir, but the soprano may have been different.
The size of the VS  files is  small  so they can be attached here to save  anyone the bother of finding and adjusting voices.
 
The nearest voices to the sound of the real  singers used  are in the "goodies" section of this site.
They are not exactly the same, but you could try:-  
 
soprano  ... Davidia lat ital
alto  ..........Kathleen Robert
tenor ........ Davio tenor operatic etc.
bass .......  Da Pacem Bass latin
 
You can adjust the attack rate  or vibrato or treble/bass or whatever to your own taste.
 
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Re: An experiment with real and virtual singers together.   Magnum_choir.zip
« Reply #1 on: Aug 23rd, 2016, 10:34pm »
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And here are  the VS choir voices.
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Re: An experiment with real and virtual singers together.   klinget_both_se_width.mp3
« Reply #2 on: Aug 23rd, 2016, 11:16pm »
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But wait... there's more!
 
An extra choir seems to lighten other singers as well.
I tried this from the magic flute.
( Unfortunately the pdf conversion  went very wrong  so I repeated the first bit instead)  
The singing is German with Robert tenor in the lead.  
Both other real voices are  Davio baritone converted to  German.
With the extra parts added it sounds like my idea of a German folk choir.  
It really is curious how the solo real voice sounds different and I think better/softer with the choir behind it.
 
Oh well ..  muddle.
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« Reply #3 on: Aug 24th, 2016, 7:07pm »
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Impressive !
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« Reply #4 on: Aug 25th, 2016, 9:12am »
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¡Wuauu!  Muddle !Maestro!.
Si los Guillion están alerta   pondrían estas muestras en las posibilidades del V.S.  
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