Simple Vocal Samples
Posted on Jul 06, 2004 08:30 am
Administrator Since: Apr 03, 2002
I am in need of some very simple vocal samples. Just single voice or choir "Ooooooooo's and Aaaahhhhh's and stuff like that. PowerFX's Portal has tons of vocal samples, some are very good, but they are more complex, with guteral power or saying distinct words or the like.
Does anyone know where I can get a few samples like this? Just very simple and smooth backing sounds like that...
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Jul 06, 2004 09:03 am I can record some for you
if you tell me how exactly you want them:D
Jul 06, 2004 09:20 am Thanks, that would be cool, I just want ooooo's, aaaahhhhhhh's, ooohhhhhhhhh's and stuff like that. Do you have a lady around that can sing, I also wanted male and female voices.
What I want to do is sequence these with a softsynth. I used to have some awesome vox like that in my old Roland U220 sound module, but I got rid of that a long time ago...
I will prolly need to make them into grooveclips or Acid loops so I can change pitches and stretch them around and stuff too...I have an instrumental piece I want to lay a sorta melody track type of thing over with them.
If ever I wanted to try Vocaloid from Yamaha, this would be it...
vdalehubbardLost for words with all to say.Contributor
Jul 06, 2004 10:05 am Yeah, Yamaha has some good samples on their keyboards for what you're looking for. Maybe Yamaha has a plug in that simulates their keyboards??
Since: Sep 12, 2003
Jul 06, 2004 10:16 am Yeah, maybe I can get Noize to rip me off a few samples too, that guy has more sound modules and crap than any one man should have the right to have...
Jul 06, 2004 10:17 am hmm No female around here she's off to Tenerife:(
Do you want me to layer the voices so you get an instant Choir Or just me by myself
I'll prolly get some "studio-time" 2morrow
Btw I have a Yamaha Keyboard/SYnth
I could check those out for ya too
Jul 06, 2004 10:28 am I have never heard you do a vocal track without massive layering :-)
Feel free to do both, with and without layers and stuff, have fun with it. As long as you are being so generous, you may as well have some fun with it ;-)
Jul 06, 2004 01:55 pm have you ever checked out Clone Ensemble dB? Could be useful for what your trying to do.
Since: Jul 02, 2003
Jul 06, 2004 02:35 pm Whoa, hey, that looks cool, thanks for the link!
Jul 07, 2004 03:39 am yep it's pretty cool. I only have the demo right now so I can't play with all the settings but the price is reasonable and it does a pretty good job of cloning, so I'm thinking about buying it. I haven't written anything yet that I can really use it in but I'm thinkin'... :)
Since: Jul 02, 2003
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