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Jan 15, 2013 | 3:51 AM EST
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6.7 MB
2 min 55 sec
4.50 / 5.00

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Rated 4.50 / 5 stars
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Author Comments

A second experiment with my new voice samples. It's intention is that sweet background ambient music you get in games sometimes, in a grand hall or cloister or corridor, or monastery, or church, or anything with a holy or non-holy unsettling feeling.

This in fact uses alto, tenor, bass, soprano, and boys voices in a grand mix (oh yeah and a sweet double bass all tremolo and stuff). Although an untrained ear will have a hard time telling boys and sopranos apart (I know I do sometimes). I just really wanted to use the full spread of what I had found.

Sorry about the huge file size if you download it, I wanted to preserve the stunning quality of the voice samples. So I made it 320 kbps quality. I know this piece isn't extravagant but I feel like it is a solid usable piece of work. I've never had samples this good and I'm overjoyed to have them so I just want to keep making things with them.

Thanks for listening! (and if you read all that you are a true fan!)



Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Absolutely spectacular. Favourited. I love the vibes wholeheartedly.

WingoWinston responds:

Cheers! I'll be sure to take a look at some of your work soon.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

i like this alot it has a purity in that is almost heavenly (no pun intend) though it could use a little polishing in that it is very repetitive and has odd silences maybe adding another voice part, as a singer myself i do enjoy this calming little piece. keep making things you can never fail unless you quit

WingoWinston responds:

I agree it is repetitive. I pretty much picked a very basic melody switched voices around at different points and added some tremolo for a slight creep factor. Keeping in mind, I composed this piece with the intent that it would be.. well akin to the loop in the temple of time (N64). As a singer It's possible you know what it's like to sing in a church or better yet cathedral. I've been to my fair share (my favorites Mozart's Requiem and St. Matthew's Passion). And sometimes there are pauses in order to let the voice echo through the room.; When the singer/instrument pauses yet you can still hear the echos tickling your ears. Of course I can only do so much with a computer but I suppose that's the best I can do currently to try and mimic that effect.

Thanks for the review and the feedback!