Using Natalie, Solaria, Mai, Kevin, Ninezero & Asterian
VERY Nice indeed . . . . and a very interesting arrangement . . .
It IS an interesting arrangement. It is from the published sheet music of a choral songbook by the Kings Singers (hear them performing it on YouTube) written for six parts. EARLY ONE MORNING by The King's Singers - YouTube
I had forgotten all about this song. One of my absolute favorite English Folk songs.
I actually prefer this performed with men and women voices better. This is now my favorite version of this song.
I wouldn’t dare say it’s better than the original by the King’s Singers! But actually sounds pretty good with a mixed choir instead of an all-male group. Had to transpose it up a bit to accommodate the women, and maybe that helps. My problem is that Synth-V pronounces really American, and this is an English folk song, so if I had time I would go into the file and change every phenome to a British accent, and then it would be very pleasant. The arrangement is by Jeremy Jackson, who was the highest voice (falsetto counter-tenor) in the King’s Singers, and I would love to mock up a few more of his superb arrangements.
Better would be the wrong word, which is why I said I prefer these types of arrangements to be men AND women voices. I love love the King Singers, but I would be lying if I didn’t admit that the high falsetto’s get a bit tiring for me to listen to, which is where the magic of female voices come in.
A great example of what can be done with just the voice as instruments. Very nice.
I’m only missing Asterian, however we both sing (so +two real voices).
Planning on also using our TC-Helicon to see what happens once we get our new pc.
Synth voices are getting better.
Still seems like quite a bit of work getting everything human without “creepy valley” syndrome.
I really, really enjoy Early One Morning. It’s really more our genre.
Love it. Great work.