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Sony ACID Loops - ILONA!: Universal Female Vocal Toolkit
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The premise of this Sony ACID Loops collection is simple: desktop producers want easy access to perfectly mixed vocal harmony layers. The ILONA! Univ...Click To Read More About This Product
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The premise of this Sony ACID Loops collection is simple: desktop producers want easy access to perfectly mixed vocal harmony layers. The ILONA! Universal Female Vocal Toolkit makes it happen. Start with three full octaves of 'ooh' and 'aah' vocal samples, with long and short durations provided for every note. Then, add the production candy: separate, stereo Lexicon 480 reverb tracks, with your choice of decay times—for each and every note! Create a conventional mix with the vocal samples, or experiment with unique combinations of sung notes and reverbs on the voice for startling vocal effects. With ILONA! toolkit sounds and ACID software, you now have complete control over both the chordal composition and the sonic texture of your singer's harmonies. This special 2-CD collection also includes a beautiful assortment of royalty-free diva samples, appropriate for use across a wide range of genres and moods.
864 original, royalty-free loops (694MB)
A milestone in music production libraries, and an indispensable tool for serious desktop producers! Call or click to order now!
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I didn't purchase this, but there are demo samples available on Sony's website and the sample vocals are hilariously unusable. Vocals sound weak, but worse, the melodies used just don't naturally lend themselves to most songs.Very peculiar. Do your research to make sure this is the style you're looking for. The name "Universal Female Vocal" seems misleading, it sounds like mellow Indian new-age or something, based on the samples I heard.