Karoryfer Samples has introduced Hadziha, a small virutal choir which can sing vowels, ten playable phrases in Ewe and Ashanti, and freeform combinations of syllables from those phrases.
Hadziha means “singers”, and that’s what it is – a simple virtual choir recorded in Ghana, with a sound that’s full of character and energy.
There are six vowels here, and ten playable phrases of a few syllables each. It’s also possible to mix and match the syllables from all the phrases. We include the meanings of the phrases in the documentation, so you can know what the choir is singing about, and pick a phrase whose meaning fits.
The samples are of six singers and are all close-miked. The vowels were additionally recorded with five other singers. The phrases are in the Ewe/Anlo and Ashanti languages.
Hadziha for the free Sforzando sample player from Plogue comprises over 2,000 samples. It is for sale for the intro price of $19 USD until October 18th, 2019 (regular $39 USD).
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