Rossignol Studio has announced the release of Choris, a new virtual instrument for Kontakt by Native Instruments.
It’s a strange choral instrument created from the voice of Frederick BEGNON. Sound Voice nature more synthetic sounds, you have access to an infinite range of possibilities.
Choris was sampled on three levels, low, medium and high, it is composed of two octaves: G1 C2 normal voice and C # 2 to C3 falsetto. The samples are .WAV 24bit 41.1 kHz. 84,3 Mo (ZIP 67 Mo)
The interface consists of four ADSR controls with a bypass button and five buttons effects: reverb, delay, chorus, flanger and phaser.
Some presets are available to start playing with Choris.
Choris for Kontakt 5 or higher (full version) is available for purchase for 25 EUR.
More information: Rossignol Studio