Spitfire Audio have released Gaelic Voices, new for their Labs range of FREE downloads.
Six traditional Gaelic singers recorded inside the ruins of a 1960s seminary. Originally a training campus for catholic priests, St Peter’s Seminary shut down in 1980 and fell into disrepair. In the concrete skeleton of the former chapel, the LABS team captured a small group of singers performing a captivating range of aleatoric techniques, inspired by Celtic vocal traditions.
Gaelic Voices requires the dedicated free player by Spitefire, available to PC and Mac users (VST2, VST3, AU and AAX).
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