Voices of War: Men of the North is a low-voiced male choir that covers all things “Vikings.” It features a wide collection of ambience, atmosphere, drone, pad, legato, word-building and texture patches recorded at the legendary MGM Scoring Stage in Los Angeles. As the “swords and sandals / dragon” genre continues to dominate globally in television, video games, and film, composers must be continually armed with the appropriate colored samples to score these scenes.
Ancient Norse Singing At The MGM Scoring Stage We had the assistance of a linguist fluent in Old Norse – the legendary native tongue of the Vikings. The library’s vocabulary features sets of words pertaining to war, nature, and the gods – a true departure from magesy download the faux Latin based words featured in most word builders. The dense early reflections of the Sony Scoring Stage smooth the transients, blending the tone in its signature dark and transparent tone. A set of full spectrum “enhanced” stereo mixes are included to achieve that familiar cinematic sound without the need for third party processing. You will find Voices of War to be a very “blendy” library.
Voices of War – Men of the North has 4 essential mixes: – Tight – a standard, straightforward, shapeable mix that allows the user to place the choir into any mix setting with simple modification. -Dragonborne – a “finished,” dark, distant mix that lends itself to cinematic settings. – Head – Neumann’s binaural KU100 microphone without any processing. Perfect for video game composers, this mix is especially tasty with headphones. – Full Spectrum – a “finished,” panoramically wide mix that richly fills the stereo spectrum.