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Last post Thu, Dec 17 2009 by Jack Weaver, 17 replies.
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Posted on Mon, Dec 07 2009 19:13
by Chuck Green
Joined on Thu, Dec 21 2006, Ann Arbor, MI (USA), Posts 518

Any update of the Vienna Choir release?

Posted on Mon, Dec 07 2009 21:16
by JSAntares
Joined on Mon, Apr 13 2009, Posts 145
Also patiently awaiting more information...
Posted on Tue, Dec 08 2009 08:29
by Planet
Joined on Fri, Jun 19 2009, Posts 63

I am also full of suspense if there is an release before chrismas:) More infos would be great

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Posted on Tue, Dec 08 2009 21:41
by Chuck Green
Joined on Thu, Dec 21 2006, Ann Arbor, MI (USA), Posts 518

Any news?  The email announcement stated before the Holidays -- getting close......

Posted on Sat, Dec 12 2009 01:54
by Mark Schmieder
Joined on Mon, May 07 2007, Concord CA, Posts 207

Heehee, they didn't say WHICH holidays. :-)

Hmm, I should look up Austria's holiday schedule on the 'net...

Posted on Sat, Dec 12 2009 11:29
by JSAntares
Joined on Mon, Apr 13 2009, Posts 145
There are several things I'm considering purchasing and I'm holding out for this...still not even an audio demo out.
Posted on Sun, Dec 13 2009 19:03
by Chuck Green
Joined on Thu, Dec 21 2006, Ann Arbor, MI (USA), Posts 518
JSAntares wrote:
There are several things I'm considering purchasing and I'm holding out for this...still not even an audio demo out.

It has me thinking also.  I have a good choir library with voice builder that I really like but can't seem to use it with Ensemble-Pro and have issues (locking up, etc) when I'm using Ensemble and my choir within the sequencer.  It only seems to be a problem when I'm using VI Libraries.  None of my other Virtual instruments seem to have a negative impact with it.

I was thinking that the probability of not having issues would be high if I purchased the VSL Choir when using the VSL orchestra.  Shame that I would have to shuck out big bucks just to keep things stable not to mention increasing my start-up time that is all ready ridiculous for copy protection scanning due to the increase library count......

Posted on Sun, Dec 13 2009 23:09
by Rob Elliott
Joined on Sun, Feb 02 2003, Salt Lake City, UT, Posts 1656

So painfully quiet.  'naked' demos is all I need to buy. :)

Rob

what would you attempt to do if you knew you could not fail?
Posted on Mon, Dec 14 2009 01:37
by julian
Joined on Fri, Jan 07 2005, UK, Posts 720
Chuck Green wrote:
I have a good choir library with voice builder that I really like but can't seem to use it with Ensemble-Pro and have issues (locking up, etc) when I'm using Ensemble and my choir within the sequencer.

Yes, me too! Play doesn't play too well with Logic. I find VSL much more stable than the Play au plug-in. Also it's supposed to be 64 bit but it just loads up the Logic virtual memory as I add samples.

I suspect the guys in Vienna are still tuning the choir - they can be a bit of a handful on the pitch front.

I find the tuning on the soprano choir.... "adventurous" but I guess in the end it helps with perceived realism!!

Julian

Posted on Mon, Dec 14 2009 16:41
by jasensmith
Joined on Tue, Jan 15 2008, Arizona, Posts 1582
Chuck Green wrote:

It has me thinking also.  I have a good choir library with voice builder that I really like but can't seem to use it with Ensemble-Pro and have issues (locking up, etc) when I'm using Ensemble and my choir within the sequencer.  It only seems to be a problem when I'm using VI Libraries.  None of my other Virtual instruments seem to have a negative impact with it.

 

Hey Chuck,

Are you talking about Eastwest Symphonic Choir?  I find that if you keep your choir parts separate from any project involving VE and import the choir tracks as raw audio tracks it really cuts down on the stability issues.


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Posted on Mon, Dec 14 2009 18:05
by Chuck Green
Joined on Thu, Dec 21 2006, Ann Arbor, MI (USA), Posts 518

Yes Jasen..... That's been the approach I've been using.  Would be nice if it all worked together though without having to take the extra steps.  I guess, virtual instruments between various manufactures are like countries in the world -- not all of them can peacefully get along Sad

Posted on Wed, Dec 16 2009 15:29
by Daniel001
Joined on Mon, Jul 23 2007, Posts 28

JSAntares wrote:
There are several things I'm considering purchasing and I'm holding out for this...still not even an audio demo out.
 

Same here!

Posted on Wed, Dec 16 2009 15:45
by P_C
Joined on Mon, Sep 24 2007, Norway, Posts 154

 This is what it says now "Our next major collection is on the horizon, slated for release early in 2010"

So its delayed it seems.

Posted on Wed, Dec 16 2009 15:47
by Rob Elliott
Joined on Sun, Feb 02 2003, Salt Lake City, UT, Posts 1656

Bummer.

what would you attempt to do if you knew you could not fail?
Posted on Wed, Dec 16 2009 16:02
by JSAntares
Joined on Mon, Apr 13 2009, Posts 145
Pzy-clone wrote:

 This is what it says now "Our next major collection is on the horizon, slated for release early in 2010"

So its delayed it seems.



Upsetting. Maybe a Christmas carol or something made with the Vienna Choir would be a nice demo...
Posted on Wed, Dec 16 2009 21:52
by Chuck Green
Joined on Thu, Dec 21 2006, Ann Arbor, MI (USA), Posts 518
Pzy-clone wrote:
"Our next major collection is on the horizon, slated for release early in 2010"

That almost sounds like a planned release during NAMM.....

Posted on Thu, Dec 17 2009 00:15
by Jack Weaver
Joined on Sat, Mar 27 2004, Tucson, AZ, Posts 391

During NAMM would be good.

Of course, this means immediate shipping not just another annoucement. We've had announcements since 2006.

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