8DIO Insolidus: Sounds Amazing

  • By: Thorsten Meyer
  • Date: Thursday, 27 January 2022
  • Time to read: 3 min.

Is Solidus a good choice for you? We’ll give you the lowdown. It’s free, easy to use, and allows you to write fantastic choral music quickly.

It can be a gentle, far-off glow on a quiet snowy night. An epic and moving score with a contemporary scoring choir. This may be the gentle and drowsy tones in your sonic textures, or the initial try for any classical music composition.

8DIO Insolidus Choir library sounds amazing

Insolidus can be a soft, distant light of a silent snowy night. A contemporary scoring choir for epic and emotional pieces. Your gentle and sleepy sonic textures or the first pilot for any classical music composition.

40 males and 25 females, hand-picked by world-famous conductor Petr Polonanik, make up the heart of Insolidus. The samples were recorded over the course of several weeks, with a novel approach to sampling that allows it to be fluid and simple to use. The end result is a lossy compression of approximately 89GB of choral material to 37GB. Insolidus’s phrase-builder is quite advanced, allowing you to make up to 64 strings of syllables.

This Kontakt Library is intended for new-generation choral libraries that prioritize effortless, lyrical and emotive choral composition. It is the first to include polyphonic legato, allowing you to play difficult chord- and syllable progressions with a single patch.

Polyphonic Legato and True Legato

The capacity to play the choir in a genuine polyphonic manner is one of the foundations of Insolidus. Whether you’re producing stunning swelling textures with our incredible 2, 3, and 4-syllable arcs. True Legato samples are also included in SSDS -Solidus, including a huge number of dynamically layered True Legato sounds — “Ah, Eh, Oh, Uh” is one example. It can accomplish anything you want it to.

Whether you’re creating more sophisticated words with dynamic multi-vowels. Insolidus’ sophisticated and intelligent programming lets you play the choir however way you want, with as many notes as you want.

8 Microphone Positions

There are eight microphone positions (Mix, Decca, Far, Wide, Spot 1-4) and over 37.600 samples in 8DIO Insolidus. The library is based on a large number of precisely recorded articulations.

The phrase-builder in this program is quite sophisticated, allowing you to build completely realistic choral phrases. The phrase-building tool, which allows you to create long strings of words with up to 64 slots, is simple to use.

Recorded (24-bit/48kHz) on famous scoring stage in Europe

During my recording, I used the build-in 8DIO “wonder” reverb and Kush Audio Electra

Conclusion

8DIO Insolidus is a library of choral sounds that are very emotional. The samples were recorded over the course of several weeks, with a novel approach to sampling that allows it to be fluid and simple to use. The end result is a lossy compression of approximately 89GB of choral material to 37GB. Insolidus’s phrase-builder is quite advanced, allowing you to make up to 64 strings of syllables. This Kontakt Library is intended for new-generation choral libraries that prioritize effortless, lyrical and emotive choral composition. It is the first to include polyphonic legato, allowing you to play difficult chord- and syllable progressions with a single patch.

The sound quality of this library is superb, making it a great choice for anyone looking for high-quality choral sounds. There are a lot of microphone choices, and the instrument is both complex and playable.

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