Musical Sampling - Atelier Series Amy
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Legato vocal release intended for emotional and cinematic contexts
Atelier Series Amy is a legato vocal release intended for emotional and cinematic contexts. For this MusicalSampling wanted a tone that was somewhere between classical and pop. As luck would have it, their co-producer knew someone who not only fit the brief but also had the kind of vocal stamina this project required. Enter Amy Griffin; a talented vocalist and music educator.
They've included two extensively-recorded legato patches performed "long-style". This means there are no programmed crossfades into a target sustain after playback of the legato interval. This involves far more recording time (12 hours in this case) than traditional legato sampling but ensures a seamless performance that also retains Amy's natural progression in vibrato; musically-unique for every interval across the range.
Also included is Everlasting - a collection of beautiful, vowel-evolving sustains processed with a variety of hardware pedals. Every sample ebbs and flows; each note unique in how they evolve and loop. This keyswitch suite includes six presets: Beauty, Tundra, Celestial, Elysium, The Signal and Creation.
Patches: Amy Emotional Legato - Ahh & Mmm, Everlasting - Keyswitch
Produced for emotional and cinematic contexts
Natural, progressive vibrato
Legato transitions < sustains recorded "long-style"
Includes beautiful evolving sustains keyswitch patch
Adjustable reverb of custom hall impulse
Requires full retail version of Kontakt 5.8.1 or higher
Free Kontakt Player NOT supported
Recorded in 48khz / 24bit
1.4 GB compressed NCW format
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What Is The Atelier Series?
Oftentimes during the research and experimental phase of development, MusicalSampling will create
instruments that don't necessarily belong to a bigger, themed release. Instead of attempting to shoehorn
them into a future release or trying to construct a comprehensive product around it, they decided to create
the Atelier Series so that other composers can enjoy our explorations in sample development as well.
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