Bad .dll VST32 Downloaded 3 times now - SAVIhost error about not renaming savihost.exe to Sonatina Choir - 32 (except that I did rename it) Tried fallback procedure drag & drop .dll into savihost. Same failure. Checked download.
Here is a larger retry at the choir (v1.2). The first and default articulation is now both the male and female choirs together spanning almost 3 and 1/2 octaves. I also adjusted the keyboard so the first note is the lowest male note. Before the lower notes didn't make noise and I think this caused confusion.
I installed it correctly left the .MSE file in its folder and the .dll file in my program files/reaper/FX as I do with all my plug ins. the virtual instrument pops up and I can see the midi file being played, I cannot hear it though, checked for mute/solo on tracks and volume ...it just won't play audibly but I can see the keys being depressed on the Sonatina Keyboard... please help me
This sounds very good but I wish you could extend the ranges in all directions even a half step or whole note, as well as the men, it stops at the F right before that very low E which many bass singers can sing and a note I need to use xD Great work tho! PS I think you should just allow most notes for male and female choirs even if they sound very bad, some people like to find weird interesting sounds and use it in some cases.
BigCat - this VSt is stunning.. beautiful sound from both the ladies and the men choirs. It would be great if the two could be combined, so that you could play both choirs at the same time (ie: men choir with left hand, women choir with right hand). love this one, thank you so much for creating it and sharing it.
For the Windows versions you should just be able to download the 64/32 bit version that matches your DAW and unzip it in your VST directory. It will place one file in the VST directory and make a sub-folder with the actual sounds. I'm not a Mac guy, but I'm told it is similar for Macs.
Thanks for sharing this beautiful plugin for free. I think it would be perfectly OK, if one has to pay a few dollars for it. So it is very generous to give it away. A lot of musicians who are on a small budged will be thankful :-)