Native Instruments releases Choir: Omnia
Native Instruments has released Choir: Omnia. Omnia is a powerful 40-piece choir of four independent sections: soprano, alto, tenor and bass. It’s available now to purchase for $399 and runs in both the free Kontakt Player 7.0 and the full version of Kontakt 7.0 or higher. More details from NI below.
OMNIA captures 40 singers in exquisite detail, from the softest murmurs to full-throated emotion. Build your own personalised combinations of male and female performers, split into four traditional sections. This choir is hugely dynamic, intuitive to play, and versatile enough to score any genre of music. Perform individual syllables or build intricate, performative phrases with the Syllabuilder. OMNIA was created in collaboration with Strezov Sampling and recorded at the Sofia Session Studio.
From fantasy films to gritty, experimental electronica, vocals can conjure emotions that make or break a soundtrack. OMNIA was recorded in an orchestral hall with multiple microphones for an authentic, versatile sound that bridges diverse musical styles. Sustain, marcato, staccato, and staccatissimo combine with a variety of playable syllables in two play modes. Keep it simple, or build complex transformations; merging articulations, syllables, and releases. A huge number of velocity layers ensure smooth transitions, along with Polyphonic True Legato and extensive articulation sets.
With two browsers, finding the perfect choir sound is simple. The breadth of global presets spans natural choral ambience to hybrid cinematica. The Syllabuilder gets its own browser, with pre-constructed phrases and motifs, all fully editable in sequence mode. Save your own creations and transfer sequences between choir sections with ease.
Simple to use yet deep enough to fully customize, OMNIA features many options to configure the sound. Take control of individual syllable length, volume, and release behavior. Design a bespoke soundstage with 5 mixable microphone positions, stereo spread, EQ and characterful NI reverb presets. Global parameters for legato, round robins, and dynamics will shape the choir performance to your personal style.
For more information, please visit Native Instruments.