MATRIXSYNTH: Synthesizer V - Vocal Synthesizer from Dreamtonics

Monday, September 28, 2020

Synthesizer V - Vocal Synthesizer from Dreamtonics


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"In this video I look at Synthesizer V a vocal synthesizer from Dreamtonics Japan. I look at how it works and check out some of the results.

More Info:
https://dreamtonics.com/en/synthesizerv/

Phonetics:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ARPABET"

6 comments:

  1. great review! Vocal synthesis is one of those techniques with lots of potential, but may require a bit of effort to pull out the good stuff :)

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    1. Yeah, there's a lot of work involved for sure but some time to be saved as well. Recording singers can be tricky, often involving studio time. Assuming you can even find a singer that's interested in your project in the first place.

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  2. Synthesizer V uses a hybrid tuning system which is partly human driven and partly AI (neural network). While Vocaloid supposedly represents the more human-driven style, the fully AI side is represented by n3utrino. I haven't had much chance to play with any of these, but I know that for neutrino you'll also need musescore or some other program that can generate MusicXML. - Sariel V

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  3. I forgot one other vocal synth that is pretty popular, and that is Utau. -Sariel V

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    1. Utau is similar to Vocaloid, except it is shareware and allows users to make their own voice banks

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  4. For more info, try this page:
    https://vocalsynth.fandom.com/wiki/Category:Software

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