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Antares CHOIR Evo
Antares CHOIR Evo


 

Antares CHOIR Evo

Electronic Download Only. Vocal Multiplier Plugin - Mac/PC; AAX, VST, AU, RTAS
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Antares CHOIR Evo

Please note this is available via ELECTRONIC DOWNLOAD only, your download code will be sent to you in 30 minutes or less during normal business hours. There are NO returns on this product.

CHOIR Evo is a unique processor that turns a single monophonic voice into 4, 8, 16, or 32 distinct individual unison voices, each with its own pitch, timing and vibrato variations.
When multiple instances of CHOIR Evo are assigned to individual harmony parts, the result is an amazingly realistic large vocal ensemble.

CHOIR Evo accomplishes its magic with just a few simple controls:

Choir Size
This control allows you to select the number of individual voices that will be generated from the original voice. Choices are 4, 8, 16, and 32 voices.

Vibrato Variation
The Vibrato control allows you to select the range of variation in vibrato depth applied to the generated voices. Each voice is individually assigned a vibrato variation relative to the original voice.

Pitch Variation
The Pitch Variation control lets you select the range of the random variation in pitch applied to each generated voice. Each voice is individually assigned a pitch variation relative to the original voice.

Timing Variation
The Timing Variation control lets you select the range of the random variation in timing applied to each generated voice. Each voice is individually assigned a timing variation relative to the original voice.

Stereo Spread
This control selects the extent to which the generated voices are spread across the stereo spectrum. At a setting of 0, all of the voices appear in the center of the stereo soundstage. As the value is increased, the voices spread out from the center until, at the maximum value, they appear across the entire stereo soundstage.


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