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Mystica was designed as a female-choir-library for unconfined solo use. At the same time, the library forms a perfectly matched mixed choir when being combined with Cantus. Therefore, Mystica was recorded under identical conditions in Spanish KBYO Recording Studios, located in Granada, using eight selected Neumann microphones and Avalon preamps.
Cantus cover to ensure perfect team play of both libraries, Mystica offers the same words and Phrase-Arranger as Cantus. Also, there is a new feature for quick-exchanging phrases and worldbuilder-settings between the libraries – in both directions. This way, the combination of Mystica and Cantus forms an impressive tool to create overwhelming choir passages.
Mystica is an unparalleled choir with extraordinary sound quality. Mystica offers an almost magical sound that is extraordinarily versatile and equally suited for esoteric and mystic melodies, as well as for significant cinematic passages. One of the benefits of Mystica is its beautiful, expressive “True Legato.”
Mystica unifies realism and inspiration
This unrivaled choir-library allows creating incredibly realistic choir-phrases with ease. Mystica’s powerful and innovative wordbuilder combines 24 words in the form of 120 elements, consisting of full names, corresponding syllables, and five True-Legato vowels (A, E, I, O, U) plus an additional “Mmmh “-articulation.
As every Tarilonte vocal-library, Mystica offers the brilliant and innovative option of combining each word with any of the five True-Legato vowels, too. This way, realistically sounding vocal phrases can be created without using ready-made phrases.
Nevertheless, Mystica can, of course, be used as a typical choir-library without its Phrase-Arranger. There is an ample choice of 100 Gregorian vocal phrases, allowing to create sacral atmospheres with ease. In addition, the library offers twelve soundscapes being formed from vocal recordings as well as vocal effects to create unusual sounds.
– unique “Numen Ensemble “female choir with eight vocalists
– 5 GB WAV samples, 24 bit/44.1 kHz
– 5 “True Legato” vowels (A, E, I, O, U), separate “Mmmh”-articulation
– powerful Phrase-Arranger with 24 words and three different articulations (staccato, fast, slow)
– words can be separated into 120 short words/syllables
– combine words with True-Legato vowels – automatic vowel selection
– 100 Gregorian vocal phrases
– 12 soundscapes, molded from vocal recordings
– additional vocal effects
– new import/export functions to exchange Phrase-Arranger patches between Mystica and Cantus
– dry records, perfect to be spiced up with individual reverberation