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Soundiron’s Voices of Gaia session vocalist collections are 50% OFF

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Plugin Boutique has announced an exclusive sale on the Voices of Gaia vocal instrument libraries by Soundiron.

On sale for $59 USD, Voice Of Gaia: Francesca Genco is an exotic female solo mezzo-soprano library featuring the esteemed vocal talents of Francesca Lilac Genco.

Her evocative and dynamic voice can been heard in countless TV, game and film soundtracks. She sings dramatic fusions of Mediterranean, Middle Eastern and Asian vocal styles, creating her own language.

This 6.7 GB library includes over 8,300 samples, a complete selection of chromatic articulation types, powerful melodic elements with tempo-synching and key options, all built into a flexible, full-featured user interface.

Voices Of Gaia is a dynamic and exploratory world, soundtrack and indie solo vocalist collection for Kontakt Player. It features 4 outstanding singers ranging from baritone to mezzo-soprano.

Each singer includes fundamental chromatic articulations like true legato, sustains, and staccatos as well as thousands of beautiful, dynamics live performance phrases in a variety of keys, tempos and styles. It features the voices of Francesca Genco, Linda Strawberry, Bryan Lane and Michael Peaslee. We recorded in a dry studio environment, using high dynamic range, large-diaphragm Neumann microphones and silent Sound Devices preamps to get maximum detail, clarity, and quality.

Voices Of Gaia includes chromatic true legato, sustains and staccatos for a selection of common vowels. It also comes packed with thousands of beautifully dynamic live performance phrases in various keys and tempos, with real-time step-sequencing, tempo control, start/end editing, category and key selection and more.

Voices of Gaia is on sale for $124 USD until August 8th, 2020 (regular $249 USD).

More information: Soundiron

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