Just upload both. It doesn’t really take anything away from you, but adds additional content for a buyer, if they choose to want one or the other. If they want an mp3 version, they’re covered. Wav version, they’re covered. Include both, and you don’t need to worry
Rise of the Champions: http://audiojungle.net/item/rise-of-the-champions/2721898
Fill My Heart: http://audiojungle.net/item/fill-my-heart/796392
Mio Amore: http://audiojungle.net/item/mio-amore/551705
Or maybe something else from my profile will spark interest:
Welcome and best of luck! This is a great place!
Always better to offer both. It takes nothing away from you and adds more value to the customer.
For those who are not to keen on East West symphonic choirs, what are the cons of the program?
I have EW Choirs + Expansion as well. It’s not a horrible library by any means, but alas, it isn’t the best either. There’s pros and cons to every program/vst/sequencer/ect. The key is using them to their full potential and figuring out what works with them. From my experience so far with EW Choirs, it’s pretty simple to use. Load up a multi and play away (no pun intended). As for the Wordbuilder program, it works nicely, but depends on which words you use. It takes some small editing and tweeking to perfect sounds like “AY” as in the word “Day”. But you have a nice range of what you can do with it, as well as solo out sections (Sopranos, Altos, Tenors, Basses) and the expansion (VOTA) give it even more depth with more “intense” sounding choirs. I haven’t tried any of the other choir libraries mentioned, but I have looked in to them. If EW Choirs isn’t your way to go, then by all means Requiem is probably the way to go. Keep in mind that Requiem, I don’t think, has a “text to choir” method. It’s more based off of sound type/noise type (Ah, Ruh, Sai, ect). I haven’t really heard much from Voxos however.
Overall, I’m pretty happy with what I can get from EW Choirs. I haven’t had really any problems with it.
I started out only giving mp3 files due to the simple fact that WAV takes up more space, but seeing how the quality is a ton better with WAV than mp3, I started including both formats in all my uploads.
As said before, some video software will only accept one or the other. After Effects takes WAV while something like Movie Maker may only take mp3. If you provide both, then you know your customer will be able to use it regardless of their editor of choice