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Posted: Nov. 21 2010, 08:12

Does anyone know what the choir sings in ToaA? It sounds as though it might be an excerpt from some already-existing work, but if it is I don't recognize it.
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Posted: Nov. 21 2010, 13:21

It's some ethnic stuff. It is very likely that it's just a preset-chant from Kantos software.
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Posted: Nov. 21 2010, 16:54

It sounds like "I want more, I-I want more". :) Yes, most probably a preset. Anyway, it's Cantor, not Kantos. ;)

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Posted: Nov. 21 2010, 17:10

To me it sounds like "half past four, half past four!"
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Posted: Nov. 21 2010, 18:47

@ nightspore: if you listen to the second word, you hear a very pronounced "wa" sound at the beginning of it. But again, like for all lyrics in an invented (or unknown) language, it's almost impossible to decide what's being said. It's like "E-I-O" vs. "We are home" in "North Star". :D

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Posted: Nov. 21 2010, 18:53

Quote (Ugo @ Nov. 21 2010, 18:47)
@ nightspore: if you listen to the second word, you hear a very pronounced "wa" sound at the beginning of it. But again, like for all lyrics in an invented (or unknown) language, it's almost impossible to decide what's being said. It's like "E-I-O" vs. "We are home" in "North Star". :D

Or "Angelique", where the words (except right at the end) sound like "burger mere".
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Posted: Nov. 21 2010, 19:38

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Or "Angelique", where the words (except right at the end) sound like "burger mere".

Well, no. For most of the song, they sound like "A gay leak".  Or maybe is it "A Gaelic" ? :D


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Posted: Nov. 21 2010, 21:08

Quote (Ugo @ Nov. 21 2010, 19:38)
Quote (nightspore @ Nov. 22 2010, 00:53)
Or "Angelique", where the words (except right at the end) sound like "burger mere".

Well, no. For most of the song, they sound like "A gay leak".  Or maybe is it "A Gaelic" ? :D

I'm beginning to think that these things are auditory Rorschach tests!
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