Torgbe means "king", and it is the male sequel to Hadziha. This choir was recorded in Ghana by Pj Daauthor, who also did the vast majority of the work from recruiting the singers to narrating the walkthrough.
We also have Hadzi-Fia, a solo vocal library by the leader of this choir.
Walkthrough video below. Please see the Media section to the left for demo tracks.
There are six vowels here, hummed mm sustains, and thirteen playable phrases of a two-three syllables each, and a patch with all syllables. The phrases are in Ewe, Akan and Ga-Adangbe. 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 choir is four guys, though the unison knob uses the transposition trick to make it sounds like eight. There are even bonus samples of talking and laughter captured between takes.
Over 3800 samples and 1 GB.
Requires the free Plogue Sforzando sampler, which works on 64-bit Windows and Mac systems, 4 GB RAM, and an SSD.