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Managing Magnus Choir Presets in Avid Sibelius

 


  • Q: Does Magnus Choir presets work with Sibelius. How do I access them?

In the example, we have selected the preset #11 called "Choralis":


Steps:

  1. Sound set: none

  2. Send program change: click box

  3. Program number: i.e. #11 Choralis

  4. Click <Apply> button

  5. The <prog No. box> must show "11" 

Note: Apparently, changing from Sibelius "FXP" icon don't work properly with several instruments of the market. It's probably an issue that Sibelius must solve. 

 
 

Steps (Marked in red in JPG screen capture) 

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  • Also here you have a preset list for to reference each preset number (If you wish you can print or save as txt info for future reference):

     

    Preset Sounds List

    (Click on each 0:00 To Listen)

    01.- Abbey Ghost 00:00
    02.- Ad Infinitum Formant 00:13
    03.- Ad Libitum Chorale 00:43
    04.- Aeternus Lux Lucis 01:08
    05.- Alchemical Signals 01:38
    06.- Angelic Vox 02:03
    07.- Angels Between Us 02:17
    08.- Apocalyptic Chamber 02:37
    09.- Astral Singers 03:04
    10.- Aurum Vox Pad 03:30
    11.- Birds Sonic Sweep 03:47
    12.- Caelestis Kingdom 04:01
    13.- Celestial Choir 04:34
    14.- Choral Ensemble 04:58
    15.- Choralis Pad 05:17
    16.- Cinematic Padilius 05:41
    17.- Cosmic Odyssey Voice 06:19
    18.- Cryogenic Dimension 06:46
    19.- Dark Cantus 07:10
    20.- Digital Voice 07:24
    21.- Dystopian Chorus 07:31
    22.- Elves Land 08:08
    23.- Enchanted Goblins 08:23 
    24.- Ethereal Voices 08:45
    25.- Guardians Of Limbo 09:17
    26.- Lost Souls In The Dark 09:34
    27.- Male & Female Aahs 09:53
    28.- Morph Dreams 10:41
    29.- Morphed Vowels 10:49
    30.- Mystical Vowels 10:58
    31.- Nebula Dark Atmos 11:06
    32.- Necromancer Summons 11:25
    33.- Neo Choir 11:40
    34.- Octave Aahs Choir 12:00 
    35.- Octave Vox Pad 12:13
    36.- Oniric Sequences 12:23
    37.- Oohs Choir 12:45
    38.- Psychedelic Vox 13:12
    39.- Psychomanteum Reso 13:43
    40.- Quasy Spatial Voices 14:10
    41.- Relaxing Paradise 14:42
    42.- Restless Spirits 15:11
    43.- Sanctus Holy Chant 15:29
    44.- Sonorous Skies 15:42
    45.- SopranVox C4-C6 16:03
    46.- Spatiotemporal Atmos 16:12
    47.- Spectral Hell 16:55
    48.- Synthetic Chorus 17:02
    49.- Synthesized Vocals 17:25 
    50.- Underworld Embryos 17:56
    51.- Vinyl Chorus 18:47
    52.- Voices In The Mist 19:11
    53.- Vowelled Soundscape 19:21
    54.- Vox Vocis Texture 19:39

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