What is Chorus FX?

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Chorus FX is an amazing collection of cinematic choir effects made for Kontakt Player. Chorus FX is the latest edition in our Chours lineup, expanding on techniques recorded in the original Chorus library. Using the same 48-piece choir as the rest of Chorus, Chorus FX blends seamlessly with Chorus, increasing the potential of what’s possible with the human voice.

Included in the library are: 24-piece Female Choir, 24-piece Male Choir and Ensemble Patches, all of which are recorded at the wonderful Rottenbiller Recording stage with a variety of mic techniques and mixes, including a new signature mix by two-time Grammy Award-winning Hollywood mixing and recording engineer Scott Michael Smith. Each patch contains an impressive variety of Loops, Risers, Shorts and Sustained articulations, fully unlocking the potential of the human voice.

Chorus FX adds an extra dimension to your choir, diversifying your sound pallette with the wide range of textures and dynamics this toolkit offers. This detailed selection of vocal techniques and effects allows you to dive deeper with your compositions, and may be the missing link you need to make your music sing.

What are the System Requirements for Chorus FX?

  • Compatible with any DAW
  • Kontakt Player Version 6.7.1 or higher
  • Download Size: 2.66GB
  • NKS Compatible
  • Comes as a free update for owners of Chorus

Includes a crossgrade discount for those upgrading from Chorus FX to Chorus.

How It Works

What is Kontakt Player and Why is it Needed to Use Chorus FX?

Our libraries run in a third party sample player called Kontakt. Kontakt is a plugin, to load in your DAW. You can then load Chorus FX within Kontakt.

Can I Use this Library on Multiple Computers?

Yes, our license allows for a second installation per user.

How Do I Move this Library to a Second Computer?

To find out how to relocate/install this library on a second computer, please follow our guide by clicking the link here.

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