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Welcome to the VOCALOID Wiki

This wiki is dedicated to exchanging information about the VOCALOID™ program and sharing the passion of the music produced with it. We try to appeal to all VOCALOID fans, both old and new, and we do not discriminate against any VOCALOID because its language, design, or even its voice. We acknowledge that not everyone shares the same taste and that the reasons for liking VOCALOID are varied.

Please help us expand our knowledge on VOCALOID and share that information with other VOCALOID fans. Everyone is welcomed to edit freely; all we ask is that you refrain from non-productive edits and acts of vandalism, and that you be nice to other editors so this wiki can maintain a safe, friendly working environment for all.View about wiki


You can't fight progress, no matter how strange it sounds.
Miriam Stockley, voice provider of "MIRIAM"

VOCALOID and its succeeding versions are voice synthesizing applications that have been sold commercially since 2004. VOCALOID began from the simple concept of synthesizing the human vocals for singing. From the start this was never an easy task for the programmers behind the software, but from that beginning VOCALOID™ has grown into a worldwide phenomenon, spawning new musicians, albums, figurines and even concerts.

There are many different VOCALOIDs, such as KAITO, Hatsune Miku and Aoki Lapis, who sing in Japanese. There are also VOCALOIDs like L♀LA, BIG AL and AVANNA, who sing in English. As of VOCALOID3 there are now VOCALOIDs like Bruno and Clara, who are Spanish, while SeeU is Korean and Luo Tianyi is Chinese.View this template

Official VOCALOID libraries!


Vocal libraries released for the VOCALOID5 engine.

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Vocal libraries released for the VOCALOID4 engine.

Misc. Vocals
Non-commercial releases.

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Announced Vocals for the VOCALOID software. Names and images presented are placeholders and may not reflect the final product when complete.

We urge readers be considerate and careful when supporting unconfirmed projects, especially if they ask for financial endorsement.

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External sources

VOCALOID and all related titles, logos, images and characters are ™ and © of the YAMAHA Corporation and also of their respected companies. 2004-2019.
All Rights Reserved. Original Presentation 2004–2019 YAMAHA Corporation. The images, text, and names etc. are used for non-profit informational purposes and all copyrighted images are attributed to their authors.


On This Day...

June 25 (UTC)

  • Nothing is currently known to have happened on this day.

For more VOCALOID-related events see the Timeline.

Wiki announcements

  • Haiyi's pages may be moving to SynthV Wiki. Please excuse the inconvenience. Thank you.
  • User:Tokikobot is set to update song view counts on July 1st.

The Latest News


  • VOCALOID5 was released on July 12, 2018 with Amy, Chris, Kaori, and Ken.
    • Haruno Sora was released July 26, 2018 for VOCALOID5 and VOICEROID2.
    • Zhiyu Moke and Mo Qingxian were released August 2, 2018 for VOCALOID4.
    • MEIKA Hime & Mikoto were released March 30, 2019 for VOCALOID5 and Gynoid Talk.


  • Ver.5.0.2 was an update for VOCALOID5 and is now available for download, focusing on general fixes and major bugs. (Aug 6, 2018)



  • VOCALOOP; the newest version the "Vocaloop 88" goes on display, as before the device is being sold in limited numbers (100 units) due to the limited number of eVocaloid NSX-1 chips able to be secured. (Aug. 2018)

Vocal updates

  • Yuezheng Ling: Recordings for a VOCALOID5 update was reported to be in progress (Jul. 25)

Releases countdown

None at the moment

Site Activity

Community polls

What is your MOST favourite version of VOCALOID so far?

The poll was created at 12:17 on March 23, 2019, and so far 164 people voted.
What is your LEAST favourite version of VOCALOID so far?

The poll was created at 12:17 on March 23, 2019, and so far 85 people voted.
What kind of update do you prefer?

The poll was created at 12:17 on March 23, 2019, and so far 81 people voted.
In regards to bilinguals what languages would you prefer?

The poll was created at 12:17 on March 23, 2019, and so far 94 people voted.

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The "Shure Brothers model 55s" microphone, or a modern variant, appears on several VOCALOIDs. The VOCALOIDs who appear with it are Sweet Ann, Lily, MEIKO V3, Hiyama Kiyoteru V4 "Rocks" and Cyber Diva. This iconic microphone was often nicknamed "the skeleton mic" due to its resemblance to a ribcage. It became popular during the 50s and is often associated with the "Rock'n'Roll" era music for this reason.

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