NST Vocal
by bigcat Instruments
4.3 / 5     (13 votes)
Win32 Win64 OSX
   
VST AU
NST Vocal is a sampled choral library.

These are 30 acoustic choral patches in 5 instruments. The are arranged by range, Full, High, Mid and Low.




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Alejandro B Jun 07 2020
(4 / 5)
Jun 07 2020
Pretty good sound, would like to have some higher notes and specially longer samples. It cuts off so quickly for me
Federico May 13 2020
May 13 2020
Sorry but the installation don't run and Cubase don't see the instruments, can you help me? Thank you very much.
Federico May 15 2020
May 15 2020
OK, I read a lot of comments and I have understood where install: now all run perfectly and I am very happy for the very nice voices! well done big cat and thank you very much!!!
Stephen Jul 09 2020
Jul 09 2020
Hi Frederico. Can you tell me where to find the helpful comments regarding finding these files in Cubase please. Thanks.
Idej Apr 29 2020
(5 / 5)
Apr 29 2020
I actually really like this vst. To me it sounds great.
krasnal Mar 25 2020
(4 / 5)
Mar 25 2020
They are not great.. I have better, but the one I have is female choir. I can use this as a second channel to get male voices, but its not as great as the one I have on triple play built in patch. Still its playable and sounds good with chords.
Riky Jan 15 2020
(5 / 5)
Jan 15 2020
YOU are the best ... Thank you
MonoT Apr 28 2019
(4 / 5)
Apr 28 2019
In my opinion. Good: big library with "a","o","u","i","m" (30 voices) + library divided into: all, high, mid, mid2, low voices + good for background/textural use + good for chords + good to start composing choral music. Bad: - not enough high frequencies, to much low frequencies - need some work before use (eq, compresion, chorus e.t.c) - each instrument voice may need different work - few single sounds have some kind phasing (audible after eq) - hard to use in solo line - little to short: more then 3 sec each voice. Summary: as a free plugin it is very good. Thank you very much :)
DJ Dragonfly Dec 01 2018
(5 / 5)
Dec 01 2018
Beautiful sound. Its the best free vocal VST I've found thus far.
SoylentArmy Jul 18 2018
(3 / 5)
Jul 18 2018
The quality is a little iffy, but otherwise makes for good background harmonics.
Luis Rueda Jun 08 2018
(5 / 5)
Jun 08 2018
Awesome sounds, recommended
WhiteLight Mar 23 2018
(4 / 5)
Mar 23 2018
I know very little about VST (just started exploring them), but I do a bit with audio, and I wanted to pass on to you a program you might like - "PaulStretch" (http://hypermammut.sourceforge.net/paulstretch/). It does some pretty amazing stuff with stretching audio, and it might help you with lengthening short samples (for instrument creation). Thanks for your hard work assembling these instruments (I discovered you via the VSCO2 Orchestra - exciting stuff!). God bless you and those you love!
bigcat Mar 25 2018
Mar 25 2018
Thanks WhiteLight. That looks like an interesting program. God bless you and yours.
BigCat Lover Feb 25 2018
Feb 25 2018
BigCat - I ALWAYS get excited when I see a new BigCat VSt being posted. Thank you so much for all the time and effort you put into creating these, and for sharing them. I will never have Kontact, so I am always grateful for these VSTs you create. You have allowed me to have access to instruments I could never have dreamed of being able to use, especially the orchestral instruments. Regarding this VST, this is another wonderful VST, great sounds. I would have liked more sustain, but as you mentioned, this was the length of the samples and also that choir samples are rare. I love the fact that there are different "sounds" in this VST - not all just one sound, like "aaah" or "oh" - with this VST, I can switch things up and use various vocal sounds. So thank you again for creating and sharing this :)
bigcat Feb 27 2018
Feb 27 2018
Hey thanks for the kind words. While not the highest quality samples technically these choirs are pretty fun and as you say have some nice variety. Hopefully you can find some use for them and get around the shorter length. Cheers.
BigCatLover Mar 04 2018
Mar 04 2018
You are very welcome, BigCat, and you deserve nothing but kind words and thanks :) One thing people can do, if they find these samples too short, is to use your other choir VST which, if I remember correctly, does have longer samples but only the one "sound" and is EXCELLENT: http://www.vst4free.com/free_vst.php?id=2310
Cajhmere Feb 18 2018
(5 / 5)
Feb 18 2018
Tony Banks never had problems to arrange *around* the fact, that the mellotron has nearly same restriction. ;)
Keyfan Feb 18 2018
Feb 18 2018
Ok, but mostly I use these kind of sounds (choirs, voices etc.) for long sustain background sounds. 4,2 sec. is patently too short for me. For someone else it maybe ok.
justarando Mar 06 2018
Mar 06 2018
Try writing your chords, turning the sound to audio, then looping it :)
Keyfan Feb 17 2018
(4 / 5)
Feb 17 2018
Well worth instrument, but one little drawback - samples are too short. Only 4-5 sec. It seems it no adjustable.
bigcat Feb 18 2018
Feb 18 2018
Yes they are sourced from Google's Nsynth samples and they cut every single sample at 4.2 seconds. Sadly lots of nice orchestral sustains cut short as well. Choirs are rare enough I thought it was worthwhile. Maybe I should only do the orchestral shorts, pianos and such in the future using these samples as they suffer less from the 4.2 second cutoff. We'll see what the response is.
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