Broken into a four-part series, Bela D Media has reinvented a classic vocal library. Originally recorded in 2009 by producer Rishabh Rajan, Native Voice – with advanced scripting control and remastered audio – is ready for prime time once again. Featuring a female vocalist of Lebanese descent, Native Noice MAYA is the second of four and certain to unleash your creative genius.
Though the vocal phrases in use do not include actual words of meaning, the soloist sings with an indigenous tongue and the user is creating the illusion of language. Native Voice SORA is the first instalment. Pakistani and Norwegian vocalist will be available in future instalments of Native Voice.
Vocal Tools Phrase Control is a sophisticated power tool designed to ease the burden of the working composer. Most aspects are done behind the scenes or on the fly. Once again, Bela D Media offers a new and exciting level when working with the sampled voice. With this insightful and user-friendly script, the user has control without guesswork.
Bela D Media Native Voice MAYA key features:
- Dropdown menu displaying musical key of every phrase
- Dropdown menu with the phonetic spelling of every phrase
- Mod wheel controlled sample offset for linear phrase manipulation
- Pitch Bend wheel assigned to sample speed offset (slowing and speed-up) for subtle tempo manipulation.
- Multiverse creation banks
- 12 storage locations
- 16 steps per self-created vocal movement
- GUI controllable attack and release per vocal element
- GUI controllable vocal EQ and Effect
- GUI controllable Impulse Response church reverb
- Bypass for a studio dry environment
- Soprano solo voice
- Lebanese descent
- 98 sampled vocal phrases
- Various keys
- Studio dry-environment
- Historic Church IRF included (Not in use.)
- Near microphone positioning
- Recorded via the Neumann U-87 via Pro Tools HD
- 24 bit audio