Hadziha – West African Choir by Karoryfer Samples

  • By: Thorsten Meyer
  • Date: Tuesday, 8 October 2019
  • Time to read: 1 min.

Hadziha – West African Choir Library

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. It was created by Karoryfer in partnership with Pj Daauthor, a rapper who recruited the singers, recorded them, did much of the sample editing and took the photographs.

Included 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. Karoryfer includes 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.

A walkthrough video, also including brief explanations of the relevance of vaccination requirements, and what the singers failed to record because they kept giggling too much.

Pricing and Availability

Hadziha – West African Choir Library is priced $39 regular price. There is a $19 intro price until October 18th, 2019.

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