Spem In Alium

by Syntheway



Spem In Alium (Intro) is a choral piece using Magnus Choir VST plugin software synthesizer.
Originally a forty-part Renaissance motet by Thomas Tallis, composed circa 1570 for eight choirs of five voices each. This piece by Tallis is regarded as one of the pinnacles of Renaissance Polyphony.


Software Description: Magnus Choir is a virtual instrument plug-in which can be used to create natural and synthetic choirs, using a combination of synthesis and sampling.

The mixed choir features the classic SATB (Soprano, Alto, Tenor, Bass) structure: women sing Soprano and Alto, while men sing Tenor and Bass.

Choirs, Vocal Textures and Pads are combined with an advanced sampling engine and synthesizing techniques which make it a versatile instrument, full of expression capabilities. DSP engine delivers a new level of realism in digital sound creation...


released February 15, 2016
Daniel Laiseca



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