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Tag: Vocaloid

Hatsune Miku Keytar Bag: J-Pop Purse

Hatsune Miku Keytar Bag: J-Pop Purse
Japan is home to some wonderful creations. One of the more popular franchises of the past decade has to be Hatsune Miku, a fully digital J-Pop musician, whose vocals are created synthetically. The vocaloid singer’s voice has been featured in over 100,000 songs, has sold out digital concerts around the world, and even has her own GT series race car.

Vocaloid Cyber Diva American English Voice Bank: Harder Better Faster Singer

Vocaloid Cyber Diva American English Voice Bank: Harder Better Faster Singer
Synthesized music can now sound less synthesized with the latest voice bank for Yamaha’s Vocaloid software. Announced earlier this year, the Cyber Diva is the first library to have an American English female voice. Here’s a sample of a song created with the Cyber Diva and the new Vocaloid 4 Editor: While she still doesn’t sound like a real person, Cyber Diva is still a massive upgrade to earlier Vocaloids like Lola… or Miriam: Yamaha also said that the voice bank comes with a feature called Growl Expression that gives the samples a “harsher, gruff tone.” You can pre-order Cyber Diva, Vocaloid 4 Editor and Vocaloid 4 Editor for Cubase from Amazon for $130 (USD).
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LEGO Vocaloid Hatsune Miku is Life-sized and a Bit Creepy

LEGO Vocaloid Hatsune Miku is Life-sized and a Bit Creepy
I’m not much for animation outside of Archer, so I am not too familiar with Vocaloid and its animated star Hatsune Miku. I am a fan of LEGO construction though, and the thought of building a life-sized recreation of an animated character is interesting.

Vocaloid Keyboard Literally Lets Its Keys Do the Talking

Vocaloid Keyboard Literally Lets Its Keys Do the Talking
If auto-tune can’t fix your voice, maybe one day you’ll be able to “sing” through this keyboard. Developed by Yamaha, the Vocaloid keyboard allows users to generate a singing voice in real time. It’s based on the company’s immensely popular Vocaloid software, which lets users synthesize a singing voice by manipulating samples of actual human voices.
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