Get a highly original, organic and inspiring collection of choir sounds for your OP-1:
All patches have pre-programmed effects and modulation: turn the FX and LFO on to check these out!
The patches will let you play natural choir sounds over 1 to 3 octaves.
Explore higher registers for rich and lively string-like pads, and lower registers for organic drones and cinematic soundscapes.
Here a complete list of the sample patches of OP1 ESSENTIALS 06_CHOIR:
A patch directly from Heaven :)
The sound of a women choir softly singing. A breathy, airy sound that is great for background layers
Use the FX to remove low and high frequencies and bring resonance to the sound.
Use the LFO to activate a random (=S&H) modulation to the filters
old tape choir
A rich and organic patch, with lots of grit and vibe!
Epic and 100% vintage, this patch was resampled to cassette to get thick and vibey mid frequencies.
Use the FX to add long and subtle delays.
Use the LFO (bend) to finely control the amount of pitch modulation, replicating typical tape drift
choir 80s pad
A very familiar sound that will be perfect for 80s music, synthwave and pop.
Sampled on a Roland D50.
Use the FX to focus and boost the mid frequencies.
Use the LFO for a strong tremolo effect.
A beautiful medieval monk choir with an epic sound.
Play two-note chords and melodies to get maximum realism.
The FX is a delay with long feedback.
Use the LFO to perform natural glissandos using the G-force. (+ or - 4 semitones)
The sound of a modern choir with men and women singing.
Programmed with an emphasis on attack to help create staccato and rhythmic choir parts.
Perfect for chord stabs and accents!
Use the FX for a natural reverb
The LFO lets you activate a strong tremolo effect, achieving a very different sound.
A thick retro sound reminiscent of mellotrons and old science fiction movies.
Use the FX to reduce bass frequencies and emphasise mid frequencies.
Use the LFO to activate a fast and smooth tremolo.
All demos are 100% raw recordings from the OP-1 using the choir patches - no extra effects used. What you hear is what you get :)