Queen Chameleon Sounds

New Gear/New Toy Review: Voices Of The Gods from Queen Chameleon Sounds

Voices Of The Gods is the second vocal sample pack from Queen Chameleon Sounds and is "partner inventory" and downloadable at Native Instruments' subscription-based Sample platform Web site, Sounds.com. The entire series was recorded, produced, and sung by Maria Di Cara for Queen Chameleon Sounds.

The Voices Of The Gods pack was featured in Native's 'Top 18 Sounds of 2018' and became a favorite download. Also just released on Sounds.com is Voices of The Vikings; it was chosen for NI's 'Producers Showcase' collection.

Voices Of The Gods contains 27 royalty-free, expressive vocal phrases such as: whispers, heavy breathing, growls, unusual timbres, spoken and sung mysterious melodies, and layers of harmonized vocals.

I downloaded this new collection and was pleased to find them already truncated and ready for auditioning and use in my Pro Tools HDX rig. I found them exotic and highly suggestive of fantastical stories and characters, mythical creatures and otherworldly, supernatural presences. The files download as unedited, stereo 16-bit, 44.1kHz .WAV files and Sounds.com lists their genre, recorded song key, duration, BPM, and whether they are loops.

All of the Queen Chameleon Sounds vocal sample packs are perfect for placing in your own music productions ranging from Pop songs to fantasy-oriented gaming and music scores. I highly recommend starting your sample collection with these highly creative recordings done by a professional singer/stylist.Sounds.com subscriptions start at $9.99 a month with the first 75 downloads free. You'll have complete access to all sample libraries from renowned worldwide producers such as Diplo and Junkie XL.


Barry Rudolph is a recording engineer/mixer who has worked on over 30 gold and platinum records. He has recorded and/or mixed Lynyrd Skynyrd, Hall & Oates, Pat Benatar, Rod Stewart, the Corrs and more. Barry has his own futuristic music mixing facility and loves teaching audio engineering at Musician’s Institute, Hollywood, CA. He is a lifetime Grammy-voting member of NARAS and a contributing editor for Mix Magazine. barryrudolph.com