Vocalisa: Slavic Women’s Choir

Discover the powerful sound of Slavic (Bulgarian-style) singing as performed by an all-female chorus: sopranos, mezzos, altos, soloist, and full choir. Vocalisa features many important syllables and consonants idiomatic to this style, plus useful pitch articulations (mordents, turns) and FX (breaths, claps, clusters.)



415 in stock


Audio Demos

  1. The Storm Within Andrew Aversa 1:26
  2. Million Years Andrew Aversa 0:51
  3. Clap! Dmitry Selipanov 1:28
  4. Sea of Flames Blake Ewing 1:16
  5. Slavic Rising Dov Waterman 1:36
  6. Daughters of Illyria Henning Nugel 2:05
  7. Making of Cyborg Kenji Kawai (arr. Will Roget, II) 1:26
  8. Sea of Flames (Full) Blake Ewing 1:51
  9. Clap! (Full) Dmitry Selipanov 2:03
  10. Slavic Rising (Full) Dov Waterman 2:47

Product Info


Detailed recordings for a versatile sound with air
Traditional Slavic choral singing
Eh, mah, yah, ree, shteh, svah, and oh
Mordents, turns, clusters, FX & breaths


Section-building with sopranos, mezzos, altos
Soloist & full choir patches
Two flexible modes: keyswitch & grid (sequence)
Beautiful UI with performance tweaking & mix


3GB of disk space

7200 RPM hard drive or solid state drive recommended.

3GB of RAM

Higher amounts of memory let you load more instruments.

Kontakt 4+ Full Version

This library is NOT compatible with the free Kontakt Player.

Kontakt Requirements - Mac OSX

Intel Macs (i5 or higher): macOS 10.14, 10.15, 11 or 12 (latest update).
Apple Silicon Macs (via Rosetta 2 & natively on ARM in Standalone or in hosts that support it): macOS 11 or 12 (latest update)

Kontakt Requirements - Windows

Windows 7, Windows 8, or Windows 10 (latest Service Pack, 32/64-bit). Intel Core i5 or equivalent CPU. Graphics hardware support for OpenGL 2.1 or higher. Windows 10 strongly recommended.



The interface of Vocalisa allows for full control over the performance and sound of each section. Articulations and syllables can be triggered via keyswitch, or sequenced using the “Grid Mode” pictured below.

Each syllable and ornament can be tweaked individually – volume, offset, and brightness. For example, using offset on the “mah” syllable can create a simple “ah” vowel, or “shteh” can be shortened to “teh”. The brightness knob is also a highly useful tool for shaping the timbre and tonality of the performance.

Other global effects are available as well! We’ve included handy tools such as a compressor, stereo width control (for widening or collapsing to mono), release noise mixer, EQ, and convolution reverb.



Vocalisa – Film and Game Composers

“After playing for just a little, it starts to sound good. Real good. This choir has energy, and lots of it… When playing the Full Choir Master patch you can almost see them standing outside and singing into the blowing winds. It sounds strong, brave and beautiful. I have nothing [else] that conjures the same feeling… [it] lends a whole new tone or vibe to what I already have and you can go with a full choir or a more intimate one. Vocalisa has a filled a spot in my palette of sounds that I didn’t know was missing. It has a safe place in my template from now on.”

Thomas Mavian (Film and Game Composers)