- This is an informative article about the MIRIAM software for the first VOCALOID engine.
In July 2004, Zero-G went through with a limited release for Miriam, making her the third VOCALOID to be put up for purchase. Miriam's programming surpassed her previous VOCALOID counterparts, Lola and Leon. Miriam Stockley herself offered to allow her voice to be added into the software engine, providing the front-page quote that you cannot fight progress. Improved functionality was implemented in the software, which lessened the time for a VOCALOID user to produce more realistic sound. In addition, Yamaha mentioned on their website that Miriam's synthesis quality was much higher than previously.
In 2008, Leon, Lola and Miriam were put back on sale for the first time in several years, this was thanks to the interest in Vocaloid.
In mid December 2013, Zero-G's regular newsletter reported that on the 31st of December 2013 Leon, Lola and Miriam would receive permanent retirement and would be removed from sale.
|"I love you, my baby" (spoken)||YouTube, another version|
|Never Give Up||Zero-G|
|Is This It||Zero-G|
|Under The Moon||Zero-G|
|Help Me understand you (Miriam/Big Al beta)|
|Help Me understand you [Club ver] (Miriam/Big Al beta)|
- Windows XP or Windows 2000 (PLEASE NOTE THAT THE VOCALOID VERSION 1 PRODUCTS LEON, LOLA AND MIRIAM ARE NOT FULLY COMPATIBLE* WITH WINDOWS 7 OR LATER)
- Pentium III, 1 GHz or faster
- 512MB of RAM or more
- 32 bit required (does not work on 64 bit systems)
- Approx 700 Mb Hard disk space or more
- SVGA Display (1024x768)
- Sound Card with Microsoft DirectSound Compatible driver
- LAN/network card must be installed, or a USB network card must be connected to the USB port.
- Windows XP (PLEASE NOTE THAT THE VOCALOID VERSION 1 PRODUCTS LEON, LOLA AND MIRIAM ARE NOT FULLY COMPATIBLE* WITH WINDOWS 7 OR LATER)
- Pentium 4, 1.7 GHz or faster
- 32 bit
- 1 GB of RAM or more
A trial version has been released of this product.