Free Female Vocals

If your latest track is missing a killer vocal line, we might be able to help.

Are you looking for some decent female Vocal Samples for your Productions? Then don’t miss out on these free downloads:

Free Female Vocal Kit: Download from Ghosthack.

Ghosthack teamed up for a small vocal recording session and recorded some small phrases like “Missing you” or “Do You Feel”, long chants, one-words, small slices, breath, put a lot of reverb, delay and other effects on them. They compiled them into a nice free female vocal package called “Female Vocal Kit” with 30 ready-to-use sounds. I think that stuff would work very well with some Burial-like Future Garage, Future Bass, Chill Trap and other chillout and downtempo genres. The whole package has an unpacked size of 48MB, all sounds are royalty free and 24bit high quality wavs.

Free Female Vocals: Download from Ghosthack.

These Vocals can really bring a nice Vibe into Your Productions, using vocals in electronic music is common for popular artists. Expect 100MB of pure Royalty Free Female Vocals, the pack includes whole Phrases, One-Words and some melodic Chants. Each sound is available as a dry, a wet and a FX Version. The FX versions run through a special effect rack with some reverb, delay, dynamics, equalizer and vintage tape effects from companies like Native Instruments, Izotope and u-He.

Female Vocal Samples Pack. Download from SampleRadar.

These samples could be just the thing to give your tune some personality, and because each line is supplied in soft, medium and hard variations (and with two harmony parts), you’ve got plenty of flexibility. The samples are supplied in six stylistically themed folders: just open them up and start exploring. All the samples are supplied as 24-bit WAV files so can be imported directly into your DAW or sampler of choice. Because they’re royalty-free, you’re welcome to use the samples in your music in any way you like – all we ask is that you don’t re-distribute them. The female vocal samples are supplied in a zip file, so you’ll need to extract them before you can see them. Enjoy! These samples originally appeared on Computer Music magazine’s cover DVD. Check out the latest issue for many more.

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