Below is a link to the so-calledEvening Seliḥot. The word Seliḥot means supplications, and they consist of prayers of confession, the recalling of God’s mercy and pleas for forgiveness.
While Ashkenazim start reciting Seliḥot during the last week of Elul, Sephardi Jews recite Seliḥot during the entire month of Elul (which is the last month before Rosh haShana) before morning service, as well as between Rosh haShana and Kippur. In addition, the Western Sephardim (alone) have a unique custom to also say Evening Seliḥot; a shorter version of Seliḥot recited after evening services. This is the liturgical recording found here below.
A final important remark: Seliḥot are never said on Shabbat or on Rosh Ḥodesh (New Moon).