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September 14, 2006

Sweeten the band...

Ueberschall updates its Liquid Instruments Series of virtual instrument plug-ins with The Voice, Vol. 2 ($199), featuring a cappella, non-verbal male and female vocal phrases suitable for pop, dance and R&B styles. The Voice, Vol. 2 is available in Audio Units, RTAS and VST formats.

The software offers users the ability to edit individual voices independently of the other parts and create ad-libs, harmonic structures and chord progressions.

Each vocal phrase is dubbed eight times by two singers (male and female), creating eight distinct tracks per vocal phrase. The Voice, Vol. 2 contains melodic vocal lines that range from simple to sophisticated.

Vocal samples for The Voice, Vol. 2 were recorded dry at 24-bits, without additional effects or filters. Each volume contains 300 vocal phrases (2,400 vocal loops), requiring 3GB of hard disk space. More information

Posted by acapnews at September 14, 2006 12:12 AM