Literally inspired by a post on the VI-C forum, where someone complained about not knowing what lyrics he's making an African choir sing, which made me go "hey, I know a guy who can fix that problem". So I talked a Facebook friend from Ghana who'd previously recorded some percussion for a freebie into finding some singers. That post was quite some time ago - most of that time was spent on things like recruiting singers, recruiting new singers after one moved to Togo, planning recording sessions, and waiting for a guy in New York to get vaccinated.
This is the total opposite of big Hollywood choirs recorded in epic spaces - small and full of character. Six singers singing six vowels plus ten playable phrases in Ewe and Akan, plus five extra singers for the vowels. We include information about what each phrase means, so you won't be stuck worrying that you have no idea what the choir is singing. A little over 2000 samples total, almost 1 GB of content, so nothing huge in that sense either. Works in the free Plogue Sforzando sampler.
Demo by a Mexican producer who usually makes music with Vocaloid vocals:
And if that's not out there enough, here's a chiptune style demo by someone from the VI-C Discord:
$19 until October 18th, $39 regular price afterwards.