Zero-G has released its third Vocaloid Virtual Vocalist, Miriam, powered by Yamaha Singing Synthesis technology.
Vocaloid Miriam is a virtual vocalist, modelled on the voice of Miriam Stockley, the voice of the million-selling Adiemus albums. Unlike a real vocalist, though, many aspects of the voice are editable:
- Changing syllables/phonemes (e.g. enter “liddle” instead of “little” etc).
- Timing of each note (precise position/length).
- Vibrato (you can change its type/position/amount/frequency).
- Crescendo or diminuendo.
- Pitch bend (amount, and positionable in time).
- Glide (portamento).
- Resonance (Frequency/bandwidth/amplitude).
- Gender factor.
The retail price is $449.95 / 249.95 GBP (inc.VAT) / 359 Euro. Full product info is available at the Zero-G site.