The "Status on VOCALOID" page acts as a guide for readers and editors alike. The "Status" page lists all the voicebanks produced using VOCALOID technology; this includes any commercial releases, announcements, developments, and projects involving the VOCALOID franchise.

For a list of all "VOCALOIDs" and their concepts, see VOCALOIDs.
For more information on how vocals are developed, see VOCALOID Development.

Commercial license releases[edit | edit source]

The most commonly known VOCALOIDs are the commercially sold units produced by third party studios. These VOCALOIDs are produced under license by YAMAHA and are able to be bought by any bidding producers through commercial outlets. Their quality and capabilities vary, as do the licensing agreements issued by the respected studios involved.

There is a subpage available. Arranged by order of releases.

VOCALOID[edit | edit source]

A total of 5 voicebanks were released for VOCALOID in English and Japanese.

Product Developer Language Sex Sample Release
LEON Zero-G Limited English Male Unrevealed 2004 January 15
2004 March 3 (JP)
LOLA Zero-G Limited English Female Unrevealed 2004 January 15
2004 March 3 (JP)
MIRIAM Zero-G Limited English Female Miriam Stockley 2004 July 1
2004 July 26 (JP)
MEIKO Crypton Future Media, Inc.
(YAMAHA Corporation)
Japanese Female Meiko Haigō 2004 November 5
KAITO Crypton Future Media, Inc.
(YAMAHA Corporation)
Japanese Male Naoto Fūga 2006 February 14,17*

* Notice: KAITO's release date is labeled as the 14th by YAMAHA and 17th by Crypton.

VOCALOID2[edit | edit source]

A total of 35 voicebanks were released for VOCALOID2 in English and Japanese.

Product Developer Language Sex Sample Release
Sweet ANN PowerFX Systems AB. English Female "Jody" 2007 June 29
2007 September 21 (JP)
Hatsune Miku (CV01) Crypton Future Media, Inc. Japanese Female Saki Fujita 2007 August 31
Kagamine Rin & Len (CV02) Crypton Future Media, Inc. Japanese Female (Rin) & Male (Len) Asami Shimoda 2007 December 27
Prima Zero-G Limited English Female Unrevealed 2008 January 14
2008 February 22 (JP)
Kagamine Rin & Len act2 (CV02) Crypton Future Media, Inc. Japanese Female (Rin) & Male (Len) Asami Shimoda 2008 July 18
Gackpoid: Camui Gackpo Internet Co., Ltd. Japanese Male GACKT 2008 July 31
Megurine Luka (CV03) Crypton Future Media, Inc. Japanese & English Female Yū Asakawa 2009 January 30
Megpoid: GUMI Internet Co., Ltd. Japanese Female Megumi Nakajima 2009 June 26
SONiKA Zero-G Limited English Female Unrevealed 2009 July 14,15 (promo, shipped)
2009 August 7 (JP)
SF-A2 miki HEARTFAST
(AH-Software Co. Ltd.)
Japanese Female Miki Furukawa 2009 December 4
Kaai Yuki AH-Software Co. Ltd. Japanese Female Unrevealed 2009 December 4
Hiyama Kiyoteru AH-Software Co. Ltd. Japanese Male Kiyoshi Hiyama 2009 December 4
BIG AL PowerFX Systems AB. English Male Frank S. (stable) 2009 December 22
2010 March 5 (JP)
Hatsune Miku Append Crypton Future Media, Inc. Japanese Female Saki Fujita 2010 April 30
Tonio Zero-G Limited English Male Unrevealed 2010 July 14
Lily Avex Management Co., Ltd.
(Internet Co., Ltd.)
Japanese Female Yuri Masuda (m.o.v.e.) 2010 August 25
VY1: ("MIZKI") Bplats, Inc.
(YAMAHA Corporation)
Japanese Sexless ("feminine" vocal) Unrevealed 2010 September 1
Gachapoid: Ryūto Fuji Television Kids Entertainment, Inc.
(Internet Co., Ltd.)
Japanese Male Kuniko Amemiya (Gachapin) 2010 October 8
Nekomura Iroha Sanrio Wave Co., Ltd.
(AH-Software Co. Ltd.)
Japanese Female Kyounosuke Yoshitate 2010 October 22
Utatane Piko Ki/oon Music Inc.
(Sony Music Distribution Inc.)
Japanese Male PIKO 2010 December 8
Kagamine Rin & Len Append (CV02) Crypton Future Media, Inc. Japanese Female (Rin) & Male (Len) Asami Shimoda 2010 December 27
VY2: ("YUMA") Bplats, Inc.
(YAMAHA Corporation)
Japanese Sexless ("masculine" vocal) Unrevealed 2011 April 25

VOCALOID3[edit | edit source]

A total of 69 voicebanks have been released for VOCALOID3 in English, Japanese, Korean, Spanish, and Chinese.

These vocals work with the PC version of VOCALOID Editor for Cubase.

Product Developer Language Sex Sample Release
VY1v3 Bplats, Inc.
(YAMAHA Corporation)
Japanese Sexless ("feminine" vocal) Unrevealed 2011 October 21
Mew Yamaha Music Communications Co., Ltd.
(YAMAHA Corporation)
Japanese Female Miu Sakamoto 2011 October 21
V3 Megpoid Internet Co., Ltd. Japanese Female Megumi Nakajima 2011 October 21
SeeU SBS A&T Co,. Ltd. Korean & Japanese Female Dahee Kim (GLAM) 2011 October 21
2011 December 16 (JP)
Tone Rion Dear Stage (Moe Japan, Co. Ltd.) Japanese Female Nemu Yumemi 2011 December 16
OLIVER VocaTone
(PowerFX Systems AB.)
English Male Unrevealed 2011 December 21
CUL VOCALO Revolution
(Internet Co., Ltd.)
Japanese Female Eri Kitamura 2011 December 22
Yuzuki Yukari Vocalomakets
(AH-Software Co. Ltd.)
Japanese Female Chihiro Ishiguro 2011 December 22
Bruno Voctro Labs, S.L. Spanish Male Unrevealed 2011 December 23
Clara Voctro Labs, S.L. Spanish Female Unrevealed 2011 December 23
IA 1st PLACE Co., Ltd. Japanese Female Lia 2012 January 27
V3 Megpoid - Native: GUMI Internet Co., Ltd. Japanese Female Megumi Nakajima 2012 March 16
Aoki Lapis i-style Project
(Bplats, Inc.)
Japanese Female Nako Eguchi 2012 April 6
V3 Lily Avex Management Co., Ltd.
(Internet Co., Ltd.)
Japanese Female Yuri Masuda (m.o.v.e.) 2012 April 19
Luo Tianyi Shanghai HENIAN Information Technology Co. Ltd.
(Bplats, Inc.)
Chinese Female Shan Xin 2012 July 12
V3 Gackpoid: Camui Gackpo Internet Co., Ltd. Japanese Male GACKT 2012 July 13
VY2v3 Bplats, Inc.
(YAMAHA Corporation)
Japanese Sexless ("masculine" vocal) Unrevealed 2012 October 19
MAYU EXIT TUNES Japanese Female Mayumi Morinaga 2012 December 5
AVANNA Zero-G Limited English Female Rachel D. 2012 December 22
2013 April 24 (JP)
KAITO V3 Crypton Future Media, Inc. Japanese & English Male Naoto Fūga 2013 February 15
Megpoid English: GUMI Internet Co., Ltd. English Female Megumi Nakajima 2013 February 28
ZOLA PROJECT YAMAHA Corporation Japanese Males (YUU, KYO, WIL) Minorun (YUU), NANOX. (KYO), Maui (WIL) 2013 June 21
YANHE Shanghai HENIAN Information Technology Co. Ltd.
(Bplats, Inc.)
Chinese Female Seira Ryu 2013 July 11
Hatsune Miku V3 English Crypton Future Media, Inc. English Female Saki Fujita 2013 August 31
YOHIOloid VocaTone
(PowerFX Systems AB.)
English & Japanese Male YOHIO 2013 September 10
Hatsune Miku V3 Crypton Future Media, Inc. Japanese Female Saki Fujita 2013 September 26
MAIKA Voctro Labs, S.L. Spanish Female Unrevealed 2013 December 18
Merli i-style Project
(Bplats, Inc.)
Japanese Female Misaki Kamata 2013 December 24
Macne Nana MI7 Japan Inc.
(Bplats, Inc.)
Japanese & English Female Haruna Ikezawa 2014 January 31
MEIKO V3 Crypton Future Media, Inc. Japanese & English Female Meiko Haigō 2014 February 4
kokone Internet Co., Ltd. Japanese Female Unrevealed 2014 February 14
anon & kanon YAMAHA Corporation Japanese Females Unrevealed 2014 March 3
v flower Gynoid Co., Ltd.
(YAMAHA Corporation)
Japanese Female Unrevealed 2014 May 9
Tohoku Zunko SSS LLC.
(AH-Software Co. Ltd.)
Japanese Female Satomi Satō 2014 June 5
IA ROCKS 1st PLACE Co., Ltd. Japanese Female Lia 2014 June 27
galaco NEO Stardust Music, Inc.
(YAMAHA Corporation)
Japanese Female Kou Shibasaki 2014 August 5
Rana We've Inc.
(FuRyu Corporation)
Japanese Female Ai Kakuma 2014 September 9
Gachapoid V3: Ryūto Fuji Television Kids Entertainment, Inc.
(Internet Co., Ltd.)
Japanese Male Kuniko Amemiya (Gachapin) 2014 September 17
Chika AMG
(Internet Co., Ltd.)
Japanese Female Chiaki Ito (AAA) 2014 October 16
Xin Hua Gynoid Co., Ltd.
(YAMAHA Corporation)
Chinese Female Wenyi Wang 2015 February 10
Yuezheng Ling Shanghai HENIAN Information Technology Co. Ltd. Chinese Female QI Inory 2015 July 17

Second Editions[edit | edit source]

These VOCALOID3 vocals have been renewed since their original releases.

These vocals came with extra plugins for the VOCALOID3 Editor.

Product Developer Language Sex Sample Release
VY1v3 SE Bplats, Inc.
(YAMAHA Corporation)
Japanese Sexless ("feminine" vocal) Unrevealed 2013 March 20
Mew SE Yamaha Music Communications Co., Ltd.
(YAMAHA Corporation)
Japanese Female Miu Sakamoto 2013 March 20
VY2v3 SE Bplats, Inc.
(YAMAHA Corporation)
Japanese Sexless ("masculine" vocal) Unrevealed 2013 March 20
Tone Rion SE Dear Stage (Moe Japan, Co. Ltd.) Japanese Female Nemu Yumemi 2013 April 27
Aoki Lapis SE i-style Project
(Bplats, Inc.)
Japanese Female Nako Eguchi 2013 April 27

VOCALOID NEO (V3)[edit | edit source]

These are the VOCALOID3 NEO releases for the Mac OS X version of VOCALOID.

These vocals work with the Mac version of VOCALOID Editor for Cubase.

Product Developer Language Sex Sample Release
VY1v3 NEO Bplats, Inc.
(YAMAHA Corporation)
Japanese Sexless ("feminine" vocal) Unrevealed 2013 August 5
Mew NEO Yamaha Music Communications Co., Ltd.
(YAMAHA Corporation)
Japanese Female Miu Sakamoto 2013 August 5
Hatsune Miku V3 English Crypton Future Media, Inc. English Female Saki Fujita 2013 August 31
Aoki Lapis NEO i-style Project
(Bplats, Inc.)
Japanese Female Nako Eguchi 2013 September 19
Hatsune Miku V3 Crypton Future Media, Inc. Japanese Female Saki Fujita 2013 September 26
ZOLA PROJECT NEO YAMAHA Corporation Japanese Males (YUU, KYO, WIL) Minorun (YUU), NANOX. (KYO), Maui (WIL) 2013 September
VY2v3 NEO Bplats, Inc.
(YAMAHA Corporation)
Japanese Sexless ("masculine" vocal) Unrevealed 2013 October
IA NEO 1st PLACE Co., Ltd. Japanese Female Lia 2013 December 7
MAIKA Voctro Labs, S.L. Spanish Female Unrevealed 2013 December 18
Yuzuki Yukari Vocalomakets
(AH-Software Co. Ltd.)
Japanese Female Chihiro Ishiguro 2013 December 19
Merli NEO i-style Project
(Bplats, Inc.)
Japanese Female Misaki Kamata 2013 December 24
Macne Nana MI7 Japan Inc.
(Bplats, Inc.)
Japanese & English Female Haruna Ikezawa 2014 January 31
MEIKO V3 Crypton Future Media, Inc. Japanese & English Female Meiko Haigō 2014 February 4
kokone Internet Co., Ltd. Japanese Female Unrevealed 2014 February 14
KAITO V3 Crypton Future Media, Inc. Japanese & English Male Naoto Fūga 2014 February 15
V3 Megpoid: GUMI Internet Co., Ltd. Japanese & English Female Megumi Nakajima 2014 February 26
V3 Lily Avex Management Co., Ltd.
(Internet Co., Ltd.)
Japanese Female Yuri Masuda (m.o.v.e.) 2014 February 26
V3 Gackpoid: Camui Gackpo Internet Co., Ltd. Japanese Male GACKT 2014 February 26
CUL VOCALO Revolution
(Internet Co., Ltd.)
Japanese Female Eri Kitamura 2014 February 26
anon & kanon YAMAHA Corporation Japanese Females Unrevealed 2014 March 3
v flower Gynoid Co., Ltd.
(YAMAHA Corporation)
Japanese Female Unrevealed 2014 May 9
Tohoku Zunko SSS LLC.
(AH-Software Co. Ltd.)
Japanese Female Satomi Satō 2014 June 5
IA ROCKS 1st PLACE Co., Ltd. Japanese Female Lia 2014 June 27
galaco NEO Stardust Music, Inc.
(YAMAHA Corporation)
Japanese Female Kou Shibasaki 2014 August 5
Gachapoid V3: Ryūto Fuji Television Kids Entertainment, Inc.
(Internet Co., Ltd.)
Japanese Male Kuniko Amemiya (Gachapin) 2014 September 17
Chika AMG
(Internet Co., Ltd.)
Japanese Female Chiaki Ito (AAA) 2014 October 16
Tone Rion Dear Stage (Moe Japan, Co. Ltd.) Japanese Female Nemu Yumemi 2015 May 26
MAYU EXIT TUNES Japanese Female Mayumi Morinaga 2015 October
Xin Hua Gynoid Co., Ltd.
(YAMAHA Corporation)
Chinese Female Wenyi Wang 2016 April 29

VOCALOID4[edit | edit source]

A total of 86 voicebanks have been released for VOCALOID4 in English, Japanese, Korean, and Chinese.

These vocals work with the PC version of VOCALOID Editor for Cubase.

Product Developer Language Sex Sample Release
VY1v4 YAMAHA Corporation Japanese Sexless ("feminine" vocal) Unrevealed 2014 December 17
CYBER DIVA YAMAHA Corporation English Female Jenny Shima 2015 February 4
Yuzuki Yukari V4 Vocalomakets
(AH-Software Co. Ltd.)
Japanese Female Chihiro Ishiguro 2015 March 18
Megurine Luka V4X Crypton Future Media, Inc. Japanese & English Female Yū Asakawa 2015 March 19
Gackpoid V4: Camui Gackpo Internet Co., Ltd. Japanese Male GACKT 2015 April 30
SF-A2 miki V4 HEARTFAST
(AH-Software Co. Ltd.)
Japanese Female Miki Furukawa 2015 June 18
Nekomura Iroha V4 Sanrio Wave Co., Ltd.
(AH-Software Co. Ltd.)
Japanese Female Kyounosuke Yoshitate 2015 June 18
v4 flower Gynoid Co., Ltd. Japanese Female Unrevealed 2015 July 16
Sachiko Sachiko Promotion Inc.
(YAMAHA Corporation)
Japanese Female Sachiko Kobayashi 2015 July 27
ARSLOID Universal Music Japan
(YAMAHA Corporation)
Japanese Male Akira Kano 2015 September 23
RUBY Syo; indie dev
(PowerFX Systems AB.)
English Female Misha 2015 October 7
Kaai Yuki V4 AH-Software Co. Ltd. Japanese Female Unrevealed 2015 October 29
Hiyama Kiyoteru V4 AH-Software Co. Ltd. Japanese Male Kiyoshi Hiyama 2015 October 29
Megpoid V4: GUMI Internet Co., Ltd. Japanese Female Megumi Nakajima 2015 November 5
DEX Zero-G Limited English Male Sam Blakeslee 2015 November 20
DAINA Zero-G Limited English Female Aki Glancy 2015 November 20
Rana V4 We've Inc.
(FuRyu Corporation)
Japanese Female Ai Kakuma 2015 December 1
Kagamine Rin & Len V4X Crypton Future Media, Inc. Japanese Female (Rin) & Male (Len) Asami Shimoda 2015 December 24
Kagamine Rin & Len V4 English Crypton Future Media, Inc. English Female (Rin) & Male (Len) Asami Shimoda 2015 December 24
Unity-chan!: Kohaku Otori Unity Technologies Japan
(YAMAHA Corporation)
Japanese Female Asuka Kakumoto 2016 January 14
Fukase TOKYO FANTASY Inc.
(YAMAHA Corporation)
Japanese & English Male Satoshi Fukase 2016 January 28
Xingchen: Stardust Beijing Photek S&T Development Co., Ltd.
(Shanghai HENIAN Information Technology Co. Ltd.)
Chinese Female Chalili 2016 April 13
Otomachi Una MTK
(Internet Co., Ltd.)
Japanese Female Aimi Tanaka 2016 July 30
Hatsune Miku V4X Crypton Future Media, Inc. Japanese Female Saki Fujita 2016 August 31
Hatsune Miku V4 English Crypton Future Media, Inc. English Female Saki Fujita 2016 August 31
Tohoku Zunko V4 SSS LLC.
(AH-Software Co. Ltd.)
Japanese Female Satomi Satō 2016 October 27
CYBER SONGMAN YAMAHA Corporation English Male Unrevealed 2016 October 31
Macne Nana V4: Nana & Petit MI7 Japan Inc.
(AH-Software Co. Ltd.)
Japanese & English Females Haruna Ikezawa 2016 December 15
UNI ST MEDiA Co., Ltd. Korean Female Unrevealed 2017 February 14
Tone Rion V4 Dear Stage (Moe Japan, Co. Ltd.) Japanese Female Nemu Yumemi 2017 February 16
Yumemi Nemu Dear Stage (Moe Japan, Co. Ltd.) Japanese Female Nemu Yumemi 2017 February 16
Yuezheng Longya Shanghai HENIAN Information Technology Co. Ltd. Chinese Male Jie Zhang 2017 June 24
AZUKI SEGA Japanese Female Yuka Outsubo 2017 July 12
MATCHA SEGA Japanese Female Ayaka Oohashi 2017 July 12
LUMi Akatsuki Virtual Artists Japanese Female Sayaka Ohara 2017 August 30
Xin Hua V4 Gynoid Co., Ltd.
(Shanghai Wangcheng Information Technology Co. Ltd.)
Chinese Female Wenyi Wang 2017 September 1
Hatsune Miku V4 Chinese Crypton Future Media, Inc. Chinese Female Saki Fujita 2017 August 24 (Preorder)
2017 September 5 (Estimated release)
Xin Hua Japanese Gynoid Co., Ltd. Japanese Female Wenyi Wang 2017 September 22
Luo Tianyi V4 Shanghai HENIAN Information Technology Co. Ltd. Chinese Female Shan Xin 2017 December 30
Kizuna Akari Vocalomakets
(AH-Software Co. Ltd.)
Japanese Female Madoka Yonezawa 2018 April 26
Luo Tianyi V4 Japanese Shanghai HENIAN Information Technology Co. Ltd. Japanese Female Shan Xin (CH)
Kano (JP)
2018 May 18
Mirai Komachi Bandai Namco Studio, Inc.
(YAMAHA Corporation)
Japanese Female Unrevealed 2018 May 24
Zhiyu Moke Shanghai HENIAN Information Technology Co. Ltd. Chinese Male Shangqing Su 2018 August 2
Mo Qingxian Shanghai HENIAN Information Technology Co. Ltd. Chinese Female Mingyue 2018 August 2

VOCALOID4 (Mac vers.)[edit | edit source]

These are the VOCALOID4 releases for the Mac OS X version of VOCALOID.

These vocals work with the Mac version of VOCALOID Editor for Cubase vers.4.

Product Developer Language Sex Sample Release
VY1v4 YAMAHA Corporation Japanese Sexless ("feminine" vocal) Unrevealed 2014 December 17
CYBER DIVA YAMAHA Corporation English Female Jenny Shima 2015 February 4
Yuzuki Yukari V4 Vocalomakets
(AH-Software Co. Ltd.)
Japanese Female Chihiro Ishiguro 2015 March 18
Megurine Luka V4X Crypton Future Media, Inc. Japanese & English Female Yū Asakawa 2015 March 19
Gackpoid V4: Camui Gackpo Internet Co., Ltd. Japanese Male GACKT 2015 April 30
SF-A2 miki V4 HEARTFAST
(AH-Software Co. Ltd.)
Japanese Female Miki Furukawa 2015 June 18
Nekomura Iroha V4 Sanrio Wave Co., Ltd.
(AH-Software Co. Ltd.)
Japanese Female Kyounosuke Yoshitate 2015 June 18
v4 flower Gynoid Co., Ltd. Japanese Female Unrevealed 2015 July 16
Sachiko Sachiko Promotion Inc.
(YAMAHA Corporation)
Japanese Female Sachiko Kobayashi 2015 July 27
ARSLOID Universal Music Japan
(YAMAHA Corporation)
Japanese Male Akira Kano 2015 September 23
Kaai Yuki V4 AH-Software Co. Ltd. Japanese Female Unrevealed 2015 October 29
Hiyama Kiyoteru V4 AH-Software Co. Ltd. Japanese Male Kiyoshi Hiyama 2015 October 29
Megpoid V4: GUMI Internet Co., Ltd. Japanese Female Megumi Nakajima 2015 November 5
Rana V4 We've Inc.
(FuRyu Corporation)
Japanese Female Ai Kakuma 2015 December 1
DEX Zero-G Limited English Male Sam Blakeslee 2015 December 12
DAINA Zero-G Limited English Female Aki Glancy 2015 December 12
Kagamine Rin & Len V4X Crypton Future Media, Inc. Japanese Female (Rin) & Male (Len) Asami Shimoda 2015 December 24
Kagamine Rin & Len V4 English Crypton Future Media, Inc. English Female (Rin) & Male (Len) Asami Shimoda 2015 December 24
Unity-chan!: Kohaku Otori Unity Technologies Japan
(YAMAHA Corporation)
Japanese Female Asuka Kakumoto 2016 January 14
Fukase TOKYO FANTASY Inc.
(YAMAHA Corporation)
Japanese & English Male Satoshi Fukase 2016 January 28
Otomachi Una MTK
(Internet Co., Ltd.)
Japanese Female Aimi Tanaka 2016 July 30
Hatsune Miku V4X Crypton Future Media, Inc. Japanese Female Saki Fujita 2016 August 31
Hatsune Miku V4 English Crypton Future Media, Inc. English Female Saki Fujita 2016 August 31
Tohoku Zunko V4 SSS LLC.
(AH-Software Co. Ltd.)
Japanese Female Satomi Satō 2016 October 27
CYBER SONGMAN YAMAHA Corporation English Male Unrevealed 2016 October 31
Macne Nana V4 MI7 Japan Inc.
(AH-Software Co. Ltd.)
Japanese & English Females Haruna Ikezawa 2016 December 15
UNI ST MEDiA Co., Ltd. Korean Female Unrevealed 2017 February 14
Tone Rion V4 Dear Stage (Moe Japan, Co. Ltd.) Japanese Female Nemu Yumemi 2017 February 16
Yumemi Nemu Dear Stage (Moe Japan, Co. Ltd.) Japanese Female Nemu Yumemi 2017 February 16
AZUKI SEGA Japanese Female Yuka Outsubo 2017 July 12
MATCHA SEGA Japanese Female Ayaka Oohashi 2017 July 12
LUMi Akatsuki Virtual Artists Japanese Female Sayaka Ohara 2017 August 30
Xin Hua V4 Gynoid Co., Ltd.
(Shanghai Wangcheng Information Technology Co. Ltd.)
Chinese Female Wenyi Wang 2017 September 1
Hatsune Miku V4 Chinese Crypton Future Media, Inc. Chinese Female Saki Fujita 2017 August 24 (Preorder)
2017 September 5 (Estimated release)
Xin Hua Japanese Gynoid Co., Ltd. Japanese Female Wenyi Wang 2017 September 22
Kizuna Akari Vocalomakets
(AH-Software Co. Ltd.)
Japanese Female Madoka Yonezawa 2018 April 26
Luo Tianyi V4 Japanese Shanghai HENIAN Information Technology Co. Ltd. Japanese Female Shan Xin (CH)
Kano (JP)
2018 May 18
Mirai Komachi Bandai Namco Studio, Inc.
(YAMAHA Corporation)
Japanese Female Unrevealed 2018 May 24
Yuezheng Longya Shanghai HENIAN Information Technology Co. Ltd. Chinese Male Jie Zhang 2018 December 10
Luo Tianyi V4 Shanghai HENIAN Information Technology Co. Ltd. Chinese Female Shan Xin 2018 December 10
Zhiyu Moke Shanghai HENIAN Information Technology Co. Ltd. Chinese Male Shangqing Su 2018 December 10
Mo Qingxian Shanghai HENIAN Information Technology Co. Ltd. Chinese Female Mingyue 2018 December 10

VOCALOID5[edit | edit source]

A total of 12 voicebanks have been released for VOCALOID5 in English and Japanese.

These vocals work with the PC and Mac versions of VOCALOID Editor for Cubase (vers. 4.5 only).

Product Developer Language Sex Sample Release
Standard Vocals YAMAHA Corporation English (Amy, Chris) & Japanese (Kaori, Ken) Females (Amy, Kaori) & Males (Chris, Ken) Unrevealed 2018 July 12
CYBER DIVA II YAMAHA Corporation English Female Jenny Shima 2018 July 12
CYBER SONGMAN II YAMAHA Corporation English Male Unrevealed 2018 July 12
VY1 YAMAHA Corporation Japanese Sexless ("feminine" vocal) Unrevealed 2018 July 12
VY2 YAMAHA Corporation Japanese Sexless ("masculine" vocal) Unrevealed 2018 July 12
Haruno Sora AH-Software Co. Ltd. Japanese Female Kikuko Inoue 2018 July 26
MEIKA Hime & Mikoto Gynoid Co., Ltd. Japanese "Unspecified" (feminine vocals) Kotori Koiwai 2019 March 30

Derivative releases[edit | edit source]

There is a subpage available. Arranged by order of releases.

iOS Apps[edit | edit source]

Product Developer Language Sex Sample Release
VY1: ("MIZKI") Bplats, Inc.
(YAMAHA Corporation)
Japanese Sexless ("feminine" vocal) Unrevealed 2010 December
(iVOCALOID)
VY2: ("YUMA") Bplats, Inc.
(YAMAHA Corporation)
Japanese Sexless ("masculine" vocal) Unrevealed 2011 December
(iVOCALOID)
Aoki Lapis i-style Project
(Bplats, Inc.)
Japanese Female Nako Eguchi 2012 December
(iVOCALOID)
Merli i-style Project
(Bplats, Inc.)
Japanese Female Misaki Kamata 2014 April
(iVOCALOID)
VY1t: ("MIZKI") Bplats, Inc.
(YAMAHA Corporation)
Japanese Sexless ("feminine" vocal) Unrevealed 2010 December
(VocaloWitter)
Aoki Lapis i-style Project
(Bplats, Inc.)
Japanese Female Nako Eguchi 2012 December
(VocaloWitter)
VY1 ("MIZKI") Bplats, Inc.
(YAMAHA Corporation)
Japanese Sexless ("feminine" vocal) Unrevealed 2013
(VOCALOID first)

Hardware[edit | edit source]

Product Developer Language Sex Sample Release
eVY1 module Gakken Co., Ltd.
(YAMAHA Corporation)
Japanese Sexless ("feminine" vocal) VY1 ("MIZKI") 2013 November
(eVOCALOID)
Pocket Miku Gakken Co., Ltd.
(Crypton Future Media, Inc.)
Japanese Female Hatsune Miku (VOCALOID2) 2014 April 3
(eVOCALOID)
VOCALOOP 爆弾αΩ Japanese Sexless ("feminine" vocal) VY1 ("MIZKI") 2016
(eVOCALOID)
VOCALOOP 88 爆弾αΩ Japanese Sexless ("feminine" vocal) VY1 ("MIZKI") 2018
(eVOCALOID)
VY1 ("MIZKI") Bplats, Inc.
(YAMAHA Corporation)
Japanese Sexless ("feminine" vocal) Unrevealed 2017
(VOCALOID Keyboard)
Hatsune Miku Crypton Future Media, Inc. Japanese Female Saki Fujita 2017
(VOCALOID Keyboard)
Megpoid: GUMI Internet Co., Ltd. Japanese Female Megumi Nakajima 2017
(VOCALOID Keyboard)
IA 1st PLACE Co., Ltd. Japanese Female Lia 2017
(VOCALOID Keyboard)
Yuzuki Yukari Vocalomakets
(AH-Software Co. Ltd.)
Japanese Female Chihiro Ishiguro 2017
(VOCALOID Keyboard)

Misc.[edit | edit source]

Non-commercial releases[edit | edit source]

A list of software that use VOCALOID technology or were licensed through the YAMAHA Corporation but were never released to the public as a product.

This list is sorted by engine status and dated based on official announcements or the initial release reveals.

Product Developer Language Sex Sample Release
Jī-loid Baba Roy Shuzo
(Independent developer)
Japanese Male Unrevealed 2004 (developed)
2016 August 3 (public demo)
BIG AL - Beta PowerFX Systems AB. English Male Michael King 2007 January (beta debut)
CV-4Cβ Crypton Future Media, Inc. Japanese Female Eriko Nakamura 2009 June (CEATEC JAPAN debut)
Junger März PROTOTYPE β Crypton Future Media, Inc. Japanese Sexless ("feminine" vocal) Unrevealed 2009 June (Project if...)
CV04β Crypton Future Media, Inc. Japanese Male Unrevealed 2009 October (private demo)
AZUKI SEGA Japanese Female Yuka Outsubo 2013 July 26 (Project 575 debut)
MATCHA SEGA Japanese Female Ayaka Oohashi 2013 July 26 (Project 575 debut)
Catalan male vocal Music Technology Group
(Voctro Labs, S.L.)
Catalan Male Unrevealed 2010 January 15 (TEDx Talks Barcelona debut)
Ueki-loid Music Airport Inc. Japanese Male Hitoshi Ueki (deceased vocalist) 2011 July 24 (announced)
Akikoloid-chan Lawson, Inc. Japanese Female Arimoto 2011 September 13 (debut)
Ring Suzune Vocaloid Next Japanese Female MiKA 2011 May (design debut)
2011 December 12 (initial release)
Hibiki Lui Vocaloid Next Japanese Male None 2011 May (design debut)
2012 Summer (initial release)
SeeU English SBS A&T Co., Ltd. English Female Dahee Kim 2012 February (announced)
galaco; Prize ver. Stardust Music, Inc.
(Internet Co., Ltd.)
Japanese Female Kou Shibasaki 2012 August 5 (limited access)
Anri Rune Fuji TV Japanese Female Unrevealed 2013 April 28 (Rune's departure)
2013 July 27 (idol debut)
Kojiloid Crypton Future Media, Inc. English Male Kojima 2013 August 31 (via broadcast)
ONA Voctro Labs, S.L. Catalan Female Unrevealed 2013 December 18 (via MAIKA)
Hatsune Miku V3 - Falsetto Crypton Future Media, Inc. Japanese Female Saki Fujita 2014 January 14 (announcement)
Megpoid - Falsetto Internet Co., Ltd. Japanese Female Megumi Nakajima 2014 January 26 (interview mnt.)
Zhanyin Lorra NetEase Inc. - Gaming
(Shanghai HENIAN Information Technology Co. Ltd.)
Chinese Female Gui Xian Ren 2014 July 13 (announced)
2014 August 15 (silhouette debut)
hide Headwax Organization Co., Ltd. Japanese Male Hideto Matsumoto (deceased vocalist) 2014 December 10 (album debut)
COCOROBO Sharp Corporation Japanese Female Ibuki Kido 2014 April (trialed)
Yao Luniang NetEase Inc. - Comics
(Shanghai Wangcheng Information Technology Co. Ltd.)
Chinese Female None 2015 August (established)
Lucía Giuseppe
(Independent developer)
Spanish Female Lucía 2016 March 18 (announced)
ausgris VocaTone English Male Unrevealed 2016 April (announced)
LUAN Giuseppe
(Independent developer)
Spanish Male Akuo 2016 July 17 (demo debut)
UNI Append ST MEDiA Co., Ltd. Korean Female Unrevealed 2017 Summer (initial release)
UNI English ST MEDiA Co., Ltd. Korean Female Unrevealed 2017 Spring (initial release)
Zing aquatrax
(EXIT TUNES)
Japanese, Chinese, & English Female None 2017 March 29 (design debut)
2018 Spring (initial release)
VIVI PurinxPop
(independent developer)
English, Chinese, & Japanese Female Unrevealed 2018 January 27 (beta debut)
Zhang Chuchu Shanghai Wangcheng Information Technology Co. Ltd. Chinese Female Wan Su 2018 April 30 (limited access)
Yuecheng Shanghai Wangcheng Information Technology Co. Ltd. Chinese Male Nuochen 2018 April 30 (limited access)
VOCALOID: AI NHK Special
(YAMAHA Corporation)
Japanese Female Hibari Misora (deceased vocalist) 2019 September 29 (NHK broadcast)

Other uses[edit | edit source]

Product Developer Language Sex Sample Release
unity-chan!: Kohaku Otori Unity Technologies Japan
(YAMAHA Corporation)
Japanese Female Asuka Kakumoto 2015 August 26
(Unity with VOCALOID)
VY1: ("MIZKI") Bplats, Inc.
(YAMAHA Corporation)
Japanese Sexless ("feminine" vocal) Unrevealed Private License
(VOCALOID for Education)
VY2: ("YUMA") Bplats, Inc.
(YAMAHA Corporation)
Japanese Sexless ("masculine" vocal) Unrevealed Private License
(VOCALOID for Education)
GachaTalk: Ryūto Fuji Television Kids Entertainment, Inc.
(Internet Co., Ltd.)
Japanese Male Kuniko Amemiya (Gachapin) 2010
VOCALOID-flex

Current developments[edit | edit source]

It takes approximately 4 hours in total for a Japanese VOCALOID to be recorded. An English VOCALOID can take from a week to over a month to record all its samples. Pieced together during more than 4 months of tuning and assembling the software together, in addition to the possibility of a second set of recordings being made for better sample selection, a VOCALOID may take anywhere from 6 months to over 2 years to complete.

Furthermore, until consent is given, VOCALOIDs cannot be talked about by staff or their vocal providers.[1] This is due to legal grounds and therefore, fans must aware of this and respect the process involved in making just one of any of the VOCALOIDs.

YAMAHA will also not acknowledge any VOCALOID that has yet to be licensed. Therefore, a vocal may have been made in VOCALOID itself, but has yet to be licensed. Bare this in mind on all unreleased and upcoming projects.

Engine aims[edit | edit source]

Currently, a few things have been announced for the future of VOCALOID itself;[2]

  • More languages are in planning, currently French, Portuguese, and Italian are considered.
  • More human-like, "ultimately toward AI". See VOCALOID:AI.
  • Better note inputs, to make ways of using the editor more fun.
  • Better suitable for more genres of music.
  • More innovative than the V4 engine

Announced Vocals[edit | edit source]

These are VOCALOID voicebanks known to be in production. Their status and licensing are unknown, but most are presumed to have commercial licenses.

Product Developer Summary
Charlie YAMAHA Corporation On October 27, 2020, a new appliance item called "Charlie" made its debut and was confirmed to be using the VOCALOID engine to communicate via singing to its owners, similar to COCOROBO. At the time, Charlie was to be distributed for betatesting to Japanese users only and was set to release in Spring 2021.[3]
YANHE V5 Shanghai HENIAN Information Technology Co. Ltd. On September 7, 2017, it was announced that preparations for a YANHE upgrade would begin.[4] On February 22, 2020, Rosary noted that due to the impact of the COVID-19 epidemic, many projects were delayed. He confirmed that YANHE has a Sweet voicebank in the works for V5 and was asking for suggestions for the Chinese name.[5] A demo was released on July 11 for her 7th anniversary.[6]
Yuezheng Ling V5 Shanghai HENIAN Information Technology Co. Ltd. On July 25, 2018, Rosary reported that recordings for a Ling V5 update was in progress.[7] Like YANHE V5, Ling was confirmed to be delayed due to the impact of the COVID-19 epidemic, and Rosary was preparing to work with her finished recordings. She was confirmed to have a Dark voicebank and Rosary was asking for suggestions for the Chinese name of it. Her first demo was released on April 12.[8]
Korean male vocal ST MEDiA Co., Ltd. On July 8, 2020, kimzipsin was entrusted to announce that a crowdfunding campaign would be launched for a male VOCALOID and ST Media wanted suggestions from fans via survey, though already had some ideas of their own.[9] The ideas they mentioned included an official MMD model, additional phonemes, voice packs, a Korean learning guide, usage guide, demo song files and more.[10] For overseas supporters, the library was in consideration for digital distribution.[11] There was a preference for creating the male on VOCALOID5[12] since the synth was still considered the popular choice in the Korean fandom and because YAMAHA no longer supported VOCALOID4.[13] While ST Media was aware of CeVIO and Synthesizer V, they noted that they were ignorant about the speech synthesis portion of the former.[14] It was mentioned that company contact was needed first before the crowdfunding launch.[15] Questions in regard to what fans would like to see in the new VOCALOID were tweeted but were later deleted. These included preferences in voice type, character design, and a few others.[16] The survey was officially launched on July 10.[17]

Ceased development[edit | edit source]

The following are confirmed companies or developers who have ceased VOCALOID development.

Product Developer Summary
Chiyu, Shian, Cangqiong, and Haiyi Beijing Photek S&T Development Co., Ltd. Moved to Synthesizer V. The reasons were cited as due to licensing costs, development limitations (caused by VOCALOID's regular engine updates) and other general restrictions.
Hatsune Miku, Kagamine Rin & Len, Megurine Luka, MEIKO, and KAITO Crypton Future Media, Inc. Left VOCALOID to develop their own synthesizing software: Piapro Studio. They are currently in partnership with YAMAHA despite departing VOCALOID, keeping them as counselors regarding voice synthesis.[18][19] Though the switch occurred, their characters would not change who they are.
Zhanyin Lorra NetEase Inc. NetEase's gaming branch was initially collaborating with Shanghai HENIAN Information Technology Co. Ltd. before departing from VOCALOID, which prevented the release of their first VOCALOID Zhanyin Lorra.
Nonavailable PowerFX Systems AB. Left VOCALOID for unknown reasons. Since 2013, they had been focusing on their own product, Soundation, in conjunction with the release of YOHIOloid, who fared not much better than the majority of their previous successes. PowerFX reported struggles to profit from VOCALOID despite the success of OLIVER.
Ring Suzune Vocaloid Next Departed from VOCALOID before releasing their first VOCALOID Ring Suzune. Reasons were related to money.
Bruno, Clara[20], and MAIKA[21] Voctro Labs, S.L. Left VOCALOID to develop their own vocal synthesizing software: Voiceful. Although MAIKA received satisfactory levels of success, Bruno and Clara were among the least successful VOCALOID voicebanks ever produced.

Despite this, they are still currently in partnership with YAMAHA, co-developing VOCALOID's regular engine. [22][23]

Unknown association[edit | edit source]

The following are companies or developers whose status with VOCALOID currently remains unknown.

Product Developer Summary
IA 1st PLACE Co., Ltd. Currently developing for CeVIO AI, a separate upgrade of CeVIO Creative Studio. It's been noted by CeVIO's developers, Techno-Speech, that their new status is more of "expanding possibilities" to users than an "evolution" from VOCALOID. [24]
Yuzuki Yukari Vocalomakets

(AH-Software Co. Ltd.)

Currently developing for CeVIO AI, a separate upgrade of CeVIO Creative Studio. It's been noted by CeVIO's developers, Techno-Speech, and Vocalomakets' representative that their new status is more of "expanding possibilities" to users than an "evolution" from VOCALOID. [24][25]
flower Gynoid Co., Ltd. Currently developing for CeVIO AI, a separate upgrade of CeVIO Creative Studio. It's been noted by CeVIO's developers, Techno-Speech, that their new status is more of "expanding possibilities" to users than an "evolution" from VOCALOID. [24]
Megpoid English update Internet Co., Ltd. In 2019, when asked if there would be any voicebanks for VOCALOID5, Noboru stated that there are currently no plans.
Nonavailable Zero-G Limited In 2020, Zero-G confirmed that they are not currently making any new VOCALOIDs.

Restricted access[edit | edit source]

These are vocals that producers have, or currently have limited access to.

Trial versions[edit | edit source]

Trial versions of voicebanks are often released to act as a method of users testing to see if they like the vocal. Trial versions tend to have restrictions such as limited day usage or limited functions. Often they have other issues with them, such as they are made from beta versions of the software. Producers making demos might also be issued Beta versions of pre-released VOCALOIDs or even the full version of the software.

This section contains those that were made able to be accessed by the general public, in many cases, the demo is only given out for a limited amount of time or issued on a limited number with a magazine or other means. All other pre-released versions or unreleased versions are listed elsewhere in the "Restricted Access" section. On occasion, a VOCALOID may also come with demo versions of other VOCALOIDs made by the same studio which may or may not be declared prior to purchase, in this case they may be absent from this page because of the difficulty in confirming them.

VOCALOID trials[edit | edit source]

Product Developer Summary
MIRIAM; Online download Zero-G Limited A demo was able to be downloaded from Zero-G's website. This version gave users a chance to experience usage of the phonetic system for English. The demo lasts for 30 days. Greater manipulation of her voice is absent and users are limited to having her sound robotic.
MEIKO; Online download Crypton Future Media, Inc.
(YAMAHA Corporation)
A demo is able to be downloaded from her Product page on Crypton Future Media's website. This version has limited phonetics, and features are limited similarly to Miriam's trial. Access to this trial was made via the vocals product page on Crypton Future Media's own website.

VOCALOID2 trials[edit | edit source]

Product Developer Summary
Hatsune Miku; Magazine Crypton Future Media, Inc. A trial version of this software was featured in VOCALOIDをたのしもう in several volumes, a 14-day trial was also released in the Hatsune Miku guidebook はじめての初音ミク ボーカロイド2 オフィシャルガイドブック.
Prima; Online download Zero-G Limited A trial version was planned to be released on Zero-G's website, but was cancelled and never released.
Megurine Luka; Magazine Crypton Future Media, Inc. A demo version was offered in the July 2009 issue of DTM Magazine. And a trial was released in vol.3 of VOCALOIDをたのしもう.
SF-A2 miki; Online download HEARTFAST
(AH-Software Co. Ltd.)
A 14-day trial version of the VOCALOID2 engine for this VOCALOID was made able to be downloaded in March 2012 from AH Software's website. This does not allow .VSQ saving but .WAV files can be saved
Kaai Yuki; Online download AH-Software Co. Ltd. A 14-day trial version of the VOCALOID 2 engine for this VOCALOID was made able to be downloaded in March 2012 from AH Software's website. This does not allow .VSQ saving but .WAV files can be saved
Hiyama Kiyoteru; Online download AH-Software Co. Ltd. A 14-day trial version of the VOCALOID2 engine for this VOCALOID was made able to be downloaded in March 2012 from AH Software's website. This does not allow .VSQ saving but .WAV files can be saved
Hatsune Miku Append; Various methods Crypton Future Media, Inc.
  • Soft & Dark: In December 2009, a demo version of the software was released. It did not allow VSQ saving, but did allow .WAV rendering, which led to a stream of videos released on Niconico.
  • Sweet & Solid: released in VOCALOIDをたのしもう.
  • Soft & Dark: Online download
  • Sweet & Solid: Magazine
Lily; Various methods Avex Management Co., Ltd. (Internet Co., Ltd.) The Demo gave users the ability to test Lily's upcoming software for 30 days for free. This allowed users to test to see if they liked her voicebank enough to buy it. It was released in several media forms: Magazine, Online download, and CD-album.
Nekomura Iroha; Online download Sanrio Wave Co., Ltd.
(AH-Software Co. Ltd.)
Prior to her release a trial version was able to be downloaded. The demo version allowed 30 days usage for free so users could test out to see if they liked her vocals.
A 14-day trial version of the VOCALOID 2 engine for this VOCALOID was made able to be downloaded in March 2012 from AH Software's website. This does not allow .VSQ saving but .WAV files can be saved
Utatane Piko; Online download Ki/oon Music Inc.
(Sony Music Distribution Inc.)
The trial version was released, but unlike past trial versions was released to be usable only for 5 days. The VSQ files cannot be saved and the only savable format is .wav. Sony also prohibits the uploading of the trial version, thus one cannot use him in the same way as his full version.
VY2; Magazine Bplats, Inc.
(YAMAHA Corporation)
A trial version of this software was featured in VOCALOIDをたのしもう Vol.7.

VOCALOID3 trials[edit | edit source]

Product Developer Summary
Mew; Online download Yamaha Music Communications Co., Ltd.
(YAMAHA Corporation)
A trial version of Mew can be downloaded in VOCALOID's official website among VOCALOID3 Editor (full version) and VOCALOID Editor for Cubase. All these trials are usable for 14 days and are available for Windows and Mac.  Another trial is available on the VOCALOID Shop website.
VY1v3; Magazine Bplats, Inc.
(YAMAHA Corporation)
A trial version of this software was featured in VOCALOIDをたのしもう Vol.7.
Tone Rion; Magazine, Online download Dear Stage (Moe Japan, Co. Ltd.) A trial version of this software was featured in VOCALOIDをたのしもう Vol.8.  And a 14-day trial was available on the VOCALOID Shop (currently unavailable).
CUL; Online download VOCALO Revolution
(Internet Co., Ltd.)
A 14-day trial is available in INTERNET Co.'s website and is available for Windows only.
Yuzuki Yukari; Online download Vocalomakets
(AH-Software Co. Ltd.)
A 14-day trial is available in AH-Software's website and is available for Windows and Mac.
Bruno & Clara; Exclusive purchase, Online downloads Voctro Labs, S.L. A 14-day trial version of Bruno & Clara was available with the purchase of MAIKA's special edition box version.  On September 8, 2014, a 15-day trial version of both VOCALOID was put up for download on Bruno & Clara's Original Song Contest Website.
Ring Suzune; Event exclusive Vocaloid Next A beta version of Ring Suzune's voicebank was offered to the participants of "VOCALOID Network", a small-scale fan event scheduled on March 11, 2012. As the number of fan groups which participated the event was only 18, it is considered that only a small number of people received the beta copy, though it was sent to all those interested. Trial use of the beta version was limited to a month.
V3 Megpoid - Native: GUMI; Magazine Internet Co., Ltd. Native: A trial version was issued with the June 2012 DTM magazine issue.[26]
Aoki Lapis; Online download i-style Project
(Bplats, Inc.)
A 14-day trial was available on the VOCALOID Shop (currently unavailable).
V3 Lily; Online download Avex Management Co., Ltd.
(Internet Co., Ltd.)
A 14-day trial is available in INTERNET Co.'s website and is available for Windows only.
V3 Gackpoid: Camui Gackpo; Online download Internet Co., Ltd. Power & Whisper: A trial version of V3 Gackpoid; Power & Whisper were released electronically. The demo was able to be downloaded until September 6, 2012
galaco; Prize ver.; Album exclusive, Online download Stardust Music, Inc.
(YAMAHA Corporation)
A trial version is available with her album "galaco NEW SUPER BEST". The trial lasts for 15 days.[27]  A 14-day trial was available on the VOCALOID Shop (currently unavailable).
VY2v3; Online download Bplats, Inc.
(YAMAHA Corporation)
A 14-day trial was available on the VOCALOID Shop (currently unavailable).
MAYU; Online download EXIT TUNES A trial was added in July 2013 to her main website page.
Megpoid English; Online download Internet Co., Ltd. At NAMM information was given out on a trial version. The trial was downloadable from Jan 28th- Feb 14th 2013.[28] It was again made available on the Megpoid English website, for a while starting on March 3, 2013, but is currently unavailable.  Another trial was available from the MEGPOID English Contest with VOCALOID3 Editor.
ZOLA PROJECT; Online download YAMAHA Corporation A 14-day trial was available on the VOCALOID Shop (currently unavailable).
Hatsune Miku V3 English; Online download Crypton Future Media, Inc. A 14-day trial was available on Sonicwire website.
Hatsune Miku V3; Bundle exclusive Crypton Future Media, Inc. Original and Dark were bundled as a trial version with the "AG03-Miku" channel mixer along with a VOCALOID4 Editor for Cubase trail. Both are 39-day trials.[29]
MAIKA; Online download Voctro Labs, S.L. On February 14, 2014, a 14-day trial version of MAIKA was put up for download on Voctro Lab's website.
Merli; Online download i-style Project
(Bplats, Inc.)
A 14-day trial was available on the VOCALOID Shop (currently unavailable).
IA ROCKS; Online download 1st PLACE Co., Ltd. On January 27, 2014, a trial version for the Alpha version of IA ROCKS, known as "IA-ARIA ON THE PLANETES - α Type C", was put up for download on 1st Place's website. Acquiring the trial required filling out information prior to download.
MEIKO V3; Online download Crypton Future Media, Inc. Power: A demo is able to be downloaded from her Product page on Crypton Future Media's website among Piapro Studio. Users will need to have a Crypton account in order to download this trial. It is usable for 14 days and is available for both Windows and Mac.
kokone; Online download Internet Co., Ltd. A 14-day trial is available in INTERNET Co.'s website and is available for Windows only.
anon & kanon; Online download YAMAHA Corporation A 14-day trial was available on the VOCALOID Shop (currently unavailable).
v flower; Online download Gynoid Co., Ltd.
(YAMAHA Corporation)
A 14-day trial was available on the VOCALOID Shop but removed when V4 flower was released.
Tohoku Zunko; Online download SSS LLC.
(AH-Software Co. Ltd.)
A 5-day trial is available on AH-Software's website and is available for both Windows and Mac.
galaco NEO; Event exclusive Stardust Music, Inc.
(YAMAHA Corporation)
A free trial was handed out at VOC@LOID M@STER(ボーマス)29.[30]
Gachapoid V3: Ryūto; Online download Fuji Television Kids Entertainment, Inc.
(Internet Co., Ltd.)
A 14-day trial is available in INTERNET Co.'s website and is available for Windows only.
Chika; Online download AMG
(Internet Co., Ltd.)
A 14-day trial is available on INTERNET Co.'s website and is available for Windows only.

VOCALOID4 trials[edit | edit source]

Product Developer Summary
VY1v4; Online download YAMAHA Corporation A 14-day trial for Windows was made available on NetVOCALOID's website along with a trial for the VOCALOID4 Editor.  And trials of Neo were available here and here (all currently unavailable).
CYBER DIVA; Online download YAMAHA Corporation A 14-day trial for Windows was made available on NetVOCALOID's website along with a trial for the VOCALOID4 Editor.  And trials of Neo were available here (all currently unavailable).
Yuzuki Yukari V4; Online download Vocalomakets
(AH-Software Co. Ltd.)
A 14-day trial is available on AH-Software's website. This trial contains all three of her VOCALOID4 voicebanks: JUN (Natural), ONN (Whisper), and LIN (Power).
Megurine Luka V4X; Online download Crypton Future Media, Inc. A 14-day trial is available on Crypton's and Sonicwire's websites. This trial contains her Japanese HARD voicebank. Users are able to choose whether they would like to download the versions with or without E.V.E.C. capabilities.
Gackpoid V4: Camui Gackpo; Online download Internet Co., Ltd. A trial is available on INTERNET Co.'s website. This trial requires the user to fill out a brief survey to download each one.
Nekomura Iroha V4; Online download Sanrio Wave Co., Ltd.
(AH-Software Co. Ltd.)
A 14-day trial is available on AH-Software's website. This trial contains all of her VOCALOID4 voicebanks: Natural and Soft.
SF-A2 miki V4; Online download HEARTFAST
(AH-Software Co. Ltd.)
A 14-day trial is available on AH-Software's website. This trial contains her Natural voicebank.
v4 flower; Event exclusive, Online download Gynoid Co., Ltd. A trial was handed out at the Vom@s 32.  And another version was available on VOCALOID's Net website (currently unavailable).
Sachiko; Online download Sachiko Promotion Inc.

(YAMAHA Corporation)

A trial was available on VOCALOID Shop website (currently unavailable).
Hatsune Miku V4Xβ; Online download Crypton Future Media, Inc. A trial is available on the Crypton website featuring the V4Xβ. Users must own both Hatsune Miku V3 and Megurine Luka V4X to access free trial, and the trial duration last to August 31, 2016.[31]
Kaai Yuki V4; Online download AH-Software Co. Ltd. A 14-day trial is available on AH-Software's website. This trial contains her Natural voicebank.
Hiyama Kiyoteru V4; Online download AH-Software Co. Ltd. A 14-day trial is available on AH-Software's website. This trial contains all of his VOCALOID4 voicebanks: Natural and Rock.
Megpoid V4: GUMI; Online download Internet Co., Ltd. A trial is available on INTERNET Co.'s website. This trial requires the user to fill out a brief survey to download each one. There are five trial links in total, and each trial comes with two of her VOCALOID4 voicebanks.
Tohoku Zunko V4; Online download SSS LLC.
(AH-Software Co. Ltd.)
A 14-day trial is available on AH-Software's website. This trial contains her Natural voicebank.
Hatsune Miku V4X; Online download Crypton Future Media, Inc. 39-day trials are available on Sonicwire's website. The trials contains her original voicebank with E.V.E.C. captables.
Hatsune Miku V4 English; Online download Crypton Future Media, Inc. 39-day trials are available on Sonicwire's website.
Macne Nana V4; Online download MI7 Japan Inc.
(AH-Software Co. Ltd.)
14-day trials are available on AH-Software's website. The trials contains her VOCALOID4 voicebanks: Natural, Petit, and English.
LUMi; Online download Akatsuki Virtual Artists A 30-day trial was available on her website and required membership registration. Some time after her release, the trial was reduced to 14 days rather than 30.
Xin Hua Japanese; Online download Gynoid Co., Ltd.
(Shanghai Wangcheng Information Technology Co. Ltd.)
A 14-day trial for both of Xin Hua's Japanese voicebanks was made available on Gynoid's website.
Kizuna Akari; Online download Vocalomakets
(AH-Software Co. Ltd.)
A 14-day trial is available on AH-Software's website. The trials contains her VOCALOID4 voicebank.

VOCALOID5 trials[edit | edit source]

Product Developer Summary
Haruno Sora; Online download AH-Software Co. Ltd. A 14-day trial is available on AH-Software's website. The trials contains her VOCALOID5 voicebanks.

Retired voicebanks[edit | edit source]

There are some VOCALOID voicebanks that were available commercially that have now been removed from sale or will be removed from sale in the near future. Vocals that have seen retirement may continue to be sold for some time after their initial retirement; however, they are on limited supply and will sell only while the stock lasts. Their usage is limited to those who are able to access these vocals before or since their retirement, as no new stock has been released containing their vocals.

Please note that when a new version of the engine is released, there is a risk of support for older versions being removed. They may or may not be removed from sale. Currently all VOCALOID and VOCALOID2 vocals are considered "retired" completely, even if they are still able to be purchased and a lack of support may be seen for their vocals.

Product Developer Summary
LEON Zero-G Limited LEON was retired in 2006 but resumed in 2008. Crypton Future Media ceased distribution of LEON to Japan in late 2013 and he was retired permanently from sale on January 1, 2014.
LOLA Zero-G Limited LOLA was retired in 2006 but resumed in 2008. Crypton Future Media ceased distribution of LOLA to Japan in late 2013 and she was retired permanently from sale on January 1, 2014.
MIRIAM Zero-G Limited MIRIAM was retired in 2006 but resumed in 2008. Crypton Future Media ceased distribution of MIRIAM to Japan in late 2013 and she was retired permanently from sale on January 1, 2014.
In March 2015, Miriam Stockley expressed a desire to update her VOCALOID, MIRIAM, to the VOCALOID4 engine due to how far the software had come since VOCALOID.[32] However, in response to a fan, Zero-G said they had no plans to update the VOCALOID.
MEIKO Crypton Future Media, Inc.
(YAMAHA Corporation)
MEIKO original was replaced with MEIKO V3.
KAITO Crypton Future Media, Inc.
(YAMAHA Corporation)
KAITO original was replaced with KAITO V3.
Hatsune Miku Crypton Future Media, Inc. Hatsune Miku original and Hatsune Miku Append VOCALOID2 vocals were retired. VOCALOID3 package replaced these voicebanks.
Kagamine Rin & Len Crypton Future Media, Inc. Kagamine Rin & Len originals were retired from sale. Kagamine Rin & Len "act2" voicebank replaced this voicebank.
Kagamine Rin & Len act2 Crypton Future Media, Inc. "Kagamine Rin & Len act2" and "Kagamine Rin & Len Append" were retired upon the release of Kagamine Rin & Len V4X.
Megurine Luka Crypton Future Media, Inc. Megurine Luka original VOCALOID2 vocal was retired. VOCALOID4 package replaced this voicebank.
Hatsune Miku V3 Crypton Future Media, Inc. Hatsune Miku V3 and Hatsune Miku V3 English vocals were retired. VOCALOID4 package replaced these voicebanks.
VY1 Bplats, Inc.
(YAMAHA Corporation)
VY1 was retired upon the release of VY1v3.
VY2 Bplats, Inc.
(YAMAHA Corporation)
VY2 was retired upon the release of VY2v3.[33]
VY1v3 Bplats, Inc.
(YAMAHA Corporation)
VY1v3 was replaced with a "SE" version.
VY1v3 SE Bplats, Inc.
(YAMAHA Corporation)
VY1v3 "SE" was replaced with the "NEO" Version.
VY2v3 Bplats, Inc.
(YAMAHA Corporation)
VY2v3 was replaced with a "SE" version.
VY2v3 SE Bplats, Inc.
(YAMAHA Corporation)
VY2v3 "SE" was replaced with the "NEO" Version.
Mew Yamaha Music Communications Co., Ltd.
(YAMAHA Corporation)
Mew was replaced with a "SE" version.
Mew SE Yamaha Music Communications Co., Ltd.
(YAMAHA Corporation)
Mew "SE" was replaced with the "NEO" Version.
Aoki Lapis i-style Project
(Bplats, Inc.)
Aoki Lapis was replaced with a "SE" version.
Aoki Lapis SE i-style Project
(Bplats, Inc.)
Aoki Lapis "SE" was replaced with the "NEO" Version.
Tone Rion Dear Stage (Moe Japan, Co. Ltd.) Tone Rion was replaced with a "SE" version.
Tone Rion SE Dear Stage (Moe Japan, Co. Ltd.) Tone Rion "SE" was replaced with the "NEO" Version.
ZOLA PROJECT YAMAHA Corporation ZOLA PROJECT was replaced with the "NEO" Version.
VY1v3 Bplats, Inc.
(YAMAHA Corporation)
VY1v3 was retired upon the release of VY1v4.
v flower Gynoid Co., Ltd.
(YAMAHA Corporation)
v flower was retired upon the release of V4 flower
Tone Rion Dear Stage (Moe Japan, Co. Ltd.) Tone Rion retired upon the release of Tone Rion V4.
VY1v4 YAMAHA Corporation VY1v4 was retired upon the release of VY1v5.
VY2v3 Bplats, Inc.
(YAMAHA Corporation)
VY2v3 was retired upon the release of VY2v5.
CYBER DIVA YAMAHA Corporation CYBER DIVA was retired upon the release of CYBER DIVA II.
CYBER SONGMAN YAMAHA Corporation CYBER SONGMAN was retired upon the release of CYBER SONGMAN II.
Megpoid Internet Co., Ltd. Megpoid of VOCALOID2 was semi-retired prior to March 15, 2012 and has been replaced with V3 Megpoid - Native for VOCALOID3.
Lily Avex Management Co., Ltd.
(Internet Co., Ltd.)
Lily VOCALOID2 is now retired and has been replaced with V3 Lily voicebank.
Gackpoid Internet Co., Ltd. Gackpoid VOCALOID2 is now retired and has been replaced with V3 Gackpoid.
galaco; Prize ver. Stardust Music, Inc.
(Internet Co., Ltd.)
galaco has been deactivated as of October 31, 2013 and has been replaced with galaco NEO.
Gachapoid Fuji Television Kids Entertainment, Inc.
(Internet Co., Ltd.)
Gachapoid VOCALOID2 was retired and replaced with Gachapoid V3.
V3 Gackpoid Internet Co., Ltd. V3 Gackpoid was retired upon the release of V4 Gackpoid.
V3 Megpoid Internet Co., Ltd. V3 Megpoid and V3 Megpoid - Native was retired upon the release of V4 Megpoid package.
Luo Tianyi Shanghai HENIAN Information Technology Co. Ltd.
(Bplats, Inc.)
Luo Tianyi's VOCALOID3 package was taken off of Shanghai HENIAN's official taobao shop some time in 2016. This was replaced with Luo Tianyi V4.
Xin Hua Gynoid Co., Ltd.
(YAMAHA Corporation)
Xin Hua's VOCALOID3 packages were removed from Facio's shop due to the company and Gynoid ending distributive collaborations. She was also taken off of Shanghai Wangcheng Information Technology Co. Ltd.'s Taobao shop some time in 2016 and was replaced with Xin Hua V4. Starter packs of the VOCALOID3 version were still available through Gynoid's shop for a time, but the standalone editions were sold out. These packages were officially retired in November 2017.

In March 2013, several VOCALOID3 products were announced as being retired from the VOCALOID on-line shop. These included the VOCALOID3 engine itself, VY1v3, VY2v3, Tone Rion, Aoki Lapis and Mew. They were replaced with "SE" (Second Edition) versions with the most up-to-date version of the VOCALOID3 engine available, plus 3 new plug-ins there were also available for download from the VOCALOID shop. Aside from this, there were no additional differences between the products and users with the older versions did not need to purchase the new "SE" products.[34]

Private licenses[edit | edit source]

Private voicebanks are created under license for non-commercial use. Private vocals are much harder to confirm than commercially released vocals and their progress is impossible to determine; however, they are becoming more and more common. The voicebanks in the section are listed by VOCALOID engine era. Unlike commercially released vocals, private vocals are only allowed to be used by producers who have been given permission and are hired to create songs for use by the license holders.

There were no known private licenses released during the VOCALOID era. However, the original intention of the engine was to be released only as a privately licensed product; this did not happen because Crypton Future Media was able to convince YAMAHA it was more beneficial to release VOCALOID as a commercial product. Therefore, it is known that this kind of licensing was considered for the software from the start and would have been Vocaloids original intention.

During the VOCALOID2 era of development, YAMAHA began to test the waters to see if it was profitable to create VOCALOIDs for private use and began to develop VOCALOID-flex as a means to allow VOCALOID to extend its capabilities beyond just singing. A number of vocals were created in the VOCALOID2 era; take note this does not mean they were using the VOCALOID2 software. After VOCALOID3 was released, YAMAHA sought to make the licensing of such vocals more common. A number of vocals were created in the VOCALOID3 era; take note this does not mean they were using the VOCALOID3 software.

Product Developer Summary
"ZEKE" Kojima Productions A VOCALOID-flex voicebank was used in the game Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker.[35][36] This was the first private license of VOCALOID known to have been announced commercially. Due to popular misconceptions, its name was believed to be "ZEKE" after the "Gear" (the games name for its Mecha) "ZEKE" as it is the most frequent Gear the player will know within the game. However, it actually remains nameless and despite its association with ZEKE, VOCALOID-flex was used for several "Gears" within the game.
Akikoloid-chan Lawson, Inc. LAWSON convenience store chain's mascot, "Akiko-chan" received a makeover and synthesized voice on the VOCALOID3 engine to become "Akikoloid-chan," who acts a navigator for LAWSON's Niconico channel. Commissioned albums using her voice have been granted. On July 23, 2014, it was revealed that her usage in music had been discontinued. Despite this, she will remain as a public character representing LAWSON.
Ueki-loid Music Airport Inc. Older Male VOCALOID, Ueki-Loid was the first attempt to resurrect a dead singer and had the voice of the late singer Hitoshi Ueki. It was stated that this vocal will never be released commercially. Ueki-loid was made to demonstrate the capabilities of the VOCALOID software. He was VOCALOID3. Also, his creation marked the start of a new series of vocals called "Legend of VOCALOID".
hide Headwax Organization Co., Ltd. "hide" also had a vocal revival similar to Ueki-loid. hide died in 1998, and was the guitarist of group "X-Japan".[37]
AZUKI & MATCHA SEGA Kobayashi Matcha and Masaoka Azuki, characters in the Project 575 series made by SEGA, were confirmed to have voices using the VOCALOID2 software.[38] They were both given VOCALOID4 updates for commercial release in July 2017.
ONA Voctro Labs, S.L. ONA was revealed to be an alternate mascot using VOCALOID MAIKA's voicebank,[39] marketing more heavily on the Catalan capabilities of the software. She was later confirmed to be used for concert purposes only.[40] Before Voctro Labs confirmed that ONA used MAIKA's software, it was originally stated that she was a Catalan Vocaloid; but this has since been debunked.
Anri Rune Fuji TV Anri Rune originally started as a virtual announcer for Fuji Television. In 2013, she received a VOCALOID voicebank and debuted with her demo song "Hallelujah Super Idol". Afterwards, she slipped into limbo for a long period of time. She was eventually confirmed to be a private vocal and would never sell.
Kojiloid Crypton Future Media, Inc. Kojiloid (コジロイド) is a private English VOCALOID vocal produced as a guide by Crypton Future Media. The voice provider is known by the surname of "Kojima" (コジマ), Kojima was a English teacher who was brought on for the Miku English project team. It was part of a resource pack made in the development of Hatsune Miku English and was created as a guide on how to pronounce words and mimics the way Kojima speaks.[41]

Exclusives/Limited[edit | edit source]

Since the start of the VOCALOID3 era, a new type of release appeared; exclusive/limited vocals. These are given out in limited numbers or in exclusive events as prizes; they are not for sale. Thus, there are a limited number of ways to obtain them.

Product Developer Summary
galaco; Prize ver. Stardust Music, Inc.
(Internet Co., Ltd.)
This former voicebank was offered as a prize in the VOCALOID music contest held by the VOCALOID shop. Anyone who achieved 1,000+ views on Niconico with an entry in the contest would be able to get this VOCALOID for free.[42][43][44] However, usage of galaco was not intended to be permanent and users that wanted to continuing using her had to constantly extend her expiration date. Users were unable to obtain her voicebank after December 31, 2012. Her code officially expired on January 31, 2013. Any codes that were given extensions expired on April 31, 2013. She was bound to the account of each individual and therefore re-sale was not possible. galaco was officially given a commercial release and update in August 2014.
Zhang Chuchu Shanghai Wangcheng Information Technology Co. Ltd. Since September 2016, Shanghai Wangcheng claimed that they were making a VOCALOID voicebank for the main character of the manhua "Chǔchǔ Dòng Rén" ("楚楚动仁") branded by Migu Comics: Zhang Chuchu.[45] A female voice provider audition was launched and Wan Su was confirmed to be the winning participant.[46] Chuchu was later confirmed to be an exclusive vocal on April 30, 2018. Users who would like to use her in exchange for their music production may apply to get her, but must agree to the contract before doing so.[47] Distribution of Chuchu's serial codes ceased in around 2020.[48]
Yuecheng (King) Shanghai Wangcheng Information Technology Co. Ltd. A second VOCALOID from Shanghai Wangcheng was made known in March 2017. This time, the VOCALOID voicebank was for Yuecheng, the twin brother character from the manhua "Mànhuà Jiā yǔ Dà Míngxīng: Yuèróng yǔ Yuèchéng" ("漫画家与大明星:悦蓉与悦成" / "The Manhua Arist and The Idol: Yuerong and Yuecheng") published by NetEase Comics and would be made in collaboration with Chengdu Yuefang Cultural Broadcast Co.[49] Like Zhang Chuchu before him, a male voice provider audition was launched and Nuochen was confirmed to be the winning participant.[50] Like Zhang Chuchu, Yuecheng was later confirmed to be an exclusive vocal on April 30, 2018. Users who would like to use him in exchange for their music production may apply to get him, but must agree to the contract before doing so. Distribution of Yuecheng's serial codes ceased in around 2020.

Misc. unreleased/cancelled voicebanks[edit | edit source]

The following is a list of known but unreleased VOCALOID voicebanks intended for commercial release. These vocals managed to reach a status where they could be released commercially; however, for one reason or another were never released. Some producers may have access to these vocals, as they were given the voicebanks by VOCALOID studios to use with permission. This list does not include beta stage voicebanks (such as CV-4Cβ) or unnamed known delayed projects (such as Project If...).

Unless there is a license linked to the vocal, YAMAHA will not acknowledge these voicebanks. YAMAHA only acknowledges licensed vocals.

Product Developer Summary
Sweet ANN PowerFX Systems AB. During VOCALOID, a prototype vocal for her called "JODIE" was created, but was never released at the time.
BIG AL PowerFX Systems AB. There were two different voicebanks for BIG AL that are unreleased; "Ronnie" was a VOCALOID voice bank and was confirmed to be Big AL's original vocal with a different vocalist. When quality issues occurred, the voice was dropped.

BIG AL's second voicebank with Michael King was not released and was replaced. The voicebank had a quality related issue, but the provider was unable to complete a recording session to improve results, and therefore a new provider was found.

RUBY Syo; indie dev
(PowerFX Systems AB.)
A Japanese vocal was made for her but due to the workload and licensing fees, it could not be released.[51] Success of her English vocal would have lead to other vocals being considered for her.[52]

In addition, RUBY was originally developed for VOCALOID3 and was redone for VOCALOID4. Voicebanks were produced for the VOCALOID3 version, but never released.

MEIKO Crypton Future Media, Inc. MEIKO Append VOCALOID2 - Used for songs featured in the Project mirai games, but did not meet the VOCALOID2 era deadline. It was released for VOCALOID3 as MEIKO V3.
KAITO Crypton Future Media, Inc. KAITO Append VOCALOID2 - Also featured demonstrations in the same games, like MEIKO's VOCALOID2, it failed to meet the deadline for the VOCALOID2 retirement. It was released for VOCALOID3 as KAITO V3.

Also, it was reported that voicebanks "Mellow", "Serious", "Solid" and "Sweet" were recorded, as well as a couple of others that brought the total of voicebanks for KAITO up to 6. Two of the vocals were dropped from the package altogether. "Vivid" and "Power" are also named as other recorded vocals done with a new digital mic; nothing else has been said on these vocals, however. Much has changed in the production process in regards to KAITO's product and Crypton did not mention everything in regards to this issue.

Megurine Luka Crypton Future Media, Inc. Megurine Luka Append VOCALOID2 - Generally believed this was delayed because of VOCALOID2's retirement from sale. A few witnesses to a VOCALOID2 version of the package in commercial use have been noted. It was released for VOCALOID4 as Megurine Luka V4X.
CV04β Crypton Future Media, Inc. Male vocal - Originally known as CV04, this VOCALOID was originally destined for VOCALOID2, but after Crypton Future Media got caught up in Hatsune Miku's plans, they ended up delaying the release of new vocals. There is little known about the status of the VOCALOID2 vocal and how far it was in production. With the company having left VOCALOID to produce their own software, this project is now unlikely to appear on VOCALOID.
Hatsune Miku Crypton Future Media, Inc. Hatsune Miku (English) VOCALOID2 - Miku's English voicebank had not yet begun production. Upon the VOCALOID3 release, Wat mentioned that a VOCALOID2 version was developed. This vocal was never released as it did not produce satisfactory results. It was eventually released as "Hatsune Miku V3 English".

In February 2014, Wat mentioned that he was playing with the wavelengths of experimental vocals he hoped to one day release. The 3 vocals mentioned were KAITO "Light", Miku Falsetto and MEIKO "Hard".[53]

Miku "Falsetto" is a vocal which has never been released (engine unknown). It was recorded as a sort of 7th Append, and its existence was made known in December 2010. The reason for its lack of release was that they felt releasing it as an independent vocal would be useless.

GUMI Internet Co., Ltd. Megpoid Extend VOCALOID2: Never made the VOCALOID2 deadline, but was released as the V3 Megpoid product instead. It is generally unknown how far into the project INTERNET Co., Ltd got before the transfer from V2 to V3 began or if the VOCALOID2 voicebank was ever completed.

Megpoid - Falsetto: Was cancelled when VOCALOID entered the VOCALOID3 engine due to the difficulty matching all 50 sounds in the falsetto voicebank to the normal Megpoid vocal. The idea for this vocal was eventually reworked into kokone.[54]

Megpoid English update: When asked about possible updates for Megpoid English, Noboru responded that the English bank for GUMI would be updated at a later time but there is currently no schedule.[55] When asked about what this meant, Noboru replied "this year or next" (2016/2017). In regards to making more than 1 vocal, he noted this may be too difficult.[56] Noboru later stated that there are currently not making any VOCALOIDs, which may likely mean that GUMI's English update is currently not in production.[57]

REV VOCALO Revolution In May 2011, "REV", a male counterpart for CUL, was revealed by VOCALO Revolution, and was designed by CUL's creator Hiroto-P.[58][59] Like CUL, REV was given a 3D model by MikuMikuDance modeler Kio and was intended to use VY2's vocals. In September 2020, it was revealed by Hiroto-P on Twitter that REV was planned to become a VOCALOID like CUL, however progress on the project fell through.[60][61]
ZOLA PROJECT YAMAHA Corporation
(Bplats, Inc.)
A number of temporary vocals had been recorded to find the 3 most suitable candidates for ZOLA out of 40 singers in their teen-twenties years.[62]
Macne Nana MI7 Japan Inc.
(Bplats, Inc.)
A Chinese prototype vocal was recorded. This has been put aside for a future release.
Zhanyin Lorra NetEase Inc. - Gaming
(Shanghai HENIAN Information Technology Co. Ltd.)
On July 13, 2014, VOCANESE hinted that another VOCALOID was in production along with Yuezheng Ling. On August 26, her design, name and biography were unveiled[63] as well as the company behind her character rights, NetEase.[64] On October 15, her voice provider was announced to be Gui Xian Ren.[65] On November 20, it was confirmed that Lorra would stay as a VOCALOID3 despite VOCALOID4's release. On May 18, 2015, Gui Xian Ren confirmed that Lorra's voicebank was completed.[66] However, in February 2016, it was confirmed that NetEase abandoned her project and she entered long-term suspension. She could only be renewed if another Chinese company is interested in her.[67] In 2017, Joyme Network was confirmed to be the new owner of Lorra and intended to use her as a video game character. It is currently unknown if a VOCALOID voicebank will be produced for her.[68]
Ring Suzune & Hibiki Lui VocaNext Details currently unknown.
SeeU SBS A&T Co,. Ltd. An English voicebank was expected to be released in Summer 2012. Recording for her English voicebank was confirmed to be finished in August 2012 and SBS reported that the voicebank would go through a tuning process.[69] However, on February 4, 2013, in response to a Korean fan's question about the progress of the English voicebank, SBS posted a reply that the development of the English voicebank was on hold. Reasons for this were unknown.[70]
ALYS VoxWave This was originally an upcoming French VOCALOID announced on December 5, 2013. On December 19, VoxWave confirmed that she would be bilingual in Japanese, in accordance with their survey results. On January 14, 2014, her name was chosen from a selection of suggested names. A design contest for ALYS started on January 31 and the final design was revealed on March 10. On February 15, her voice provider was revealed to be Poucet, a YouTube based Utaite. On March 15, 2014, details about the planned development of ALYS were revealed at the Japan Party Conference, along with the estimated release of early 2015. However, on July 12, 2014, it was confirmed that ALYS was going to have a CeVIO vocal over VOCALOID. In 2015, due to financial difficulties, an Alter/Ego voicebank was produced instead.
Nonavailable Zero-G Limited In an email response, Dom Keefe revealed that Zero-G was working on a mature rock vocal.[71] This vocal would have likely been released within 6 months after October 2015, but no information has been given since then.[72] Zero-G later confirmed in 2020 that they are not currently making any new VOCALOIDs.[73]
Nonavailable Dear Stage (Moe Japan, Co. Ltd.) As part of the Vocaloidol group, four more vocals were originally planned after Tone Rion. There is currently no news on this group.
Lucía & LUAN Giuseppe (Independent developer) Lucía: On March 18, 2016, VocaloidMaster Giuseppe posted on Facebook that he was developing a potential female Spanish VOCALOID4 named Lucía. She made her debut with two conceptual designs by artists AkiGlancy and Riisago. Giuseppe attempted to contact different companies with previous VOCALOID experience (such as PowerFX, Zero-G, and VoctroLabs), however, they were not interested due to the costs of obtaining a VOCALOID license. Demonstrations of her voicebank were uploaded on Giuseppe's SoundCloud account.[74] Her voice provider was confirmed to be the daughter of one of Giuseppe's friends. Lucía was named after the voice provider.[75]

LUAN: On July 17, 2016, a demo of a potential new Spanish VOCALOID, LUAN was released. His voice was allegedly programmed by Guiseppe, and set for release by an unknown, independent company. His vocal range was A1-F3. According to AkiGlancy, he was the counterpart to Lucía, a Spanish VOCALOID Guiseppe also programmed, but was unable to find a company for.[76] According to those involved with Giuseppe's projects, it was confirmed that LUAN was voiced by Akuo.[77] After a series of vilitrolic comments from the community and creator, the video and official twitter were removed.[78]

ViNO Akatsuki Virtual Artists On August 14, 2018, former founder, Kaoru Yoshizawa, tweeted that LUMi was meant to have a rival. This rival was known as ViNO. He was conceptualized as a male seahorse civil officer who served Otohime, but had no official design. This information was revealed as Kaoru Yoshizawa's final contributions to the VOCALOID fandom.[79] It should be noted that it was not explicitly stated if ViNO was meant to only be a character from LUMi's world or if he was meant to be a VOCALOID product.
Yuzuki Yukari Vocalomakets
(Unity Technologies Japan)
The Unity with VOCALOID project is presumed to have ended due to the retirement of both the SDK download and removal of the website.[80]
Zing aquatrax
(EXIT TUNES)
On July 16, 2016, aquatrax posted that during their visit to Firefly ACG Festival 2016 with Shanghai HENIAN, fans asked questions regarding if Zing, the mascot of the Zion mobile rhythm game, would become a VOCALOID. Their response was a post with Zing saying, “See you next time”.[81] It was confirmed on April 1, 2017 that she would become trilingual in Japanese, Mandarin, and English. She was expected to release in Spring 2018.[82] Further information in regards to production is unknown.
"H" 1st PLACE Co., Ltd. This project was teased in IA and ONE's 2016 Anniversary livestream. Not much was known about this project aside from its association with the letter "H" and that it was built for the VOCALOID4 engine.[83] No additional information was given prior to its confirmed cancellation on May 15, 2020.[84][85]
Yao Luniang NetEase Inc. - Comics
(Shanghai Wangcheng Information Technology Co. Ltd.)
On August 1, 2017, it was announced that Shanghai Wangcheng would be producing a VOCALOID voicebank for Luniang, the mascot of NetEase Comics. A voice provider audition was launched, though she was never revealed.[86] Given the nature of Zhang Chuchu's and Yuecheng's statuses as private vocals, it was unknown if Luniang would also be an exclusive vocal or if she would have a commercial release. Due to Shanghai Wangcheng's websites and accounts becoming inactive in addition to Chuchu and Yuecheng's retirement, it was assumed that Luniang's project was cancelled.
COCOROBO Sharp Corporation During CEATECH JAPAN 2016 this voicebank was revealed as a 'musical A.I.' robot vacuum with an accompanying VOCALOID4 voice.[87] Several demos were also showcased.[88] She was voiced by Ibuki Kido. On July 23, 2018, SHARP_JP responded to a tweet in regards to the developments of COCOROBO as a voicebank. They stated that while it isn't cancelled, they couldn't make a clear announcement about the circumstances. No further news has been given since then.
UNI Append ST MEDiA Co., Ltd. Since June 2016, it was made aware that UNI would have multiple voicebanks in Korean to take advantage of Cross-synthesis. At the time, only her Soft voicebank was revealed to be in development. In November, it was announced that she would also have a Power voicebank and that the Append set would release separately from her original voicebank. Her expansion pack was intended to release Summer 2017.[89] Information about this package stalled since then.
UNI English ST MEDiA Co., Ltd. On July 27, 2015, it was hinted that UNI may be able to sing in more than one language. In June 2016, it was revealed that she would be bilingual in English. However, her English voicebank's development would not start until the Append package released.[90] Information about this voicebank stalled since then.

Beta/Prototype voicebanks[edit | edit source]

These vocals exist but are only prototypes and usually, but not always, listed with a "β" ("beta") on their name. There is no indication they were ever meant to be commercial products.

As beta versions, these vocals may not be acknowledged by YAMAHA due to a lack of a VOCALOID license related to them.

Product Developer Summary
CV-4Cβ Crypton Future Media, Inc. was a private voicebank produced by Crypton Future Media that used VOCALOID-flex. CV-4Cβ was produced for robot model HRP-4C performed at CEATEC JAPAN 2009 and it was created by sampling a Japanese seiyuu, Eriko Nakamura.[91][92] Hatsune Miku and GUMI were also used as voicebanks for HRP-4C.[93][94]
Catalan male vocal Music Technology Group
(Voctro Labs, S.L.)
A prototype male Catalan voicebank done by the MTG was featured in a technology demonstration. Jordi Bonada, Voctro cofounder, was the provider.
Project if... Crypton Future Media, Inc. was an experimental voicebank project by Crypton Future Media with several voicebanks known and was a experimental project aimed at a elementary school setting. The series mostly comprised of child vocals but at least 1 adult was known. This project was to follow the Character Vocal series but has not been mentioned since late 2010. Only prototype vocals have been seen so far. At NYCCon 2012, it was confirmed the focus is updating and creating English versions of current Vocals leaving this project with no further news. Junger März PROTOTYPE β, a child vocal is the most notable of these voicebanks.
"Jī-loid" Baba Roy Shuzo (Independent developer) A song made using the prototype VOCALOID2 engine was shared in 2015 via the Soundcloud page of an independent developer named Baba Roy Shuzo. Tentatively titled Jī-loid (爺loid), the vocal used for the test was an older-sounding male vocal, whose voice was rough and lacked clarity. It was built for Japanese and what little is known about it as it was never commercially released.[95]
ausgris VocaTone A sample of a male vocalist developed by VocaTone was showcased early 2016. It was later explained that "ausgris" is a working title.[96] On VocaTone's Tumblr they replied that it's unlikely they will keep the name.[97]

A preview of the finished design was revealed on VocaTone's social media.[98] A few details about the product were revealed on Tumblr: the vocalist is described as having a quirky and upbeat voice, able to sing and speak at a low pitch. The vocalist was not a professional singer and sung-spoke the lyrics. The voice is described as "fun to use".[99]

It should be noted that the demo was of a single pitch, more would likely be added if the project continued. VocaTone also had a few ideas on names that would suit them better then "Ausgris".[100] One thing holding back the product was the recent number of young masculine vocals that were being produced at the time of demonstration. VocaTone stated ausgris would be released if there was interest, but would remain untouched for the moment.[101]

A full image of ausgris was revealed on OLIVER's official twitter account on September 16, 2016.[102] Their release remains uncertain.[103] Altough originally introduced as a 'young male vocal', Ausgris was later confirmed to be agender.[104]

On December 11, VocaTone stated on tumblr that ausgris is still "chugging along!"[105]

In July 2017, VocaTone stated that they were making steady progress with 3 potential English vocals; one of which being ausgris.[106]

Nonavailable VocaTone On December 10, 2016, VocaTone announced that they were working on a new vocal.[107] When asked about it, they confirmed that it was a separate vocal from Ausgris.[108]
VIVI PurinxPop (Independent developer) On January 27, 2018, a character named VIVI was introduced.[109] She was confirmed to be a vocal made with the VOCALOID4 engine. However, she is currently not licensed by YAMAHA. VIVI is planned to be a trillingual, with English as her main voicebank and her two other voicebanks in Chinese and Japanese, which are stated to be currently in development. As of now, two English demos and a silhouette have been released.[110][111] VIVI was revealed to be female.[112] On January 30, VIVI was confirmed to be cancelled/on hiatus. It was explained that due to the lack of permission from a licensed company, VIVI's voicebank cannot be developed further nor released.[113]

Rumour mill[edit | edit source]

These vocals are rumoured or hinted to be released but their status has not been made official.

Possible future voicebanks[edit | edit source]

This section contains hints, confirmations and suggestions put out by VOCALOID studios.

Product Developer Summary
Celtic male vocal Zero-G Limited Anders confirmed that if English VOCALOIDs become more popular, Zero-G will consider making Appends/Updates for their VOCALOIDs. Also, Anders confirmed if there is demand updates for all past Zero-G VOCALOIDs to newer engines, it is a possibility. The major factor in this though is the workload needed and involvement in the process against the demand.

Later they confirmed they will likely never update any of their VOCALOID range vocals.

In February 2015, in response to a fan's email, Zero-G expressed a desire to update AVANNA to VOCALOID4. However, their current main focus is to produce new vocals for the engine.

Celtic male; In the pre-release promotions for VOCALOID3, a male and female pair of vocals were announced for the VOCALOID3 engine. While AVANNA, the female, was released, the male did not. In March 2015 in response to a fan's e-mail, Zero-G responded they have yet to find the right voice for the role.[114]

They would consider XSY compatible vocals for DEX and DAINA if they sell well.

Zero-G have confirmed they currently are not interested in making voicebanks for any other language besides English and only want to focus on English.

In August 2017, an admin of Zero-G's Facebook page asked what type of library their followers would like to see next and their suggestions may be considered. Requests for a VOCALOID4 update for MIRIAM were especially noted to be in high demand and may be considered depending on the producers' reply.[115] Later on twitter, Miriam Stockley acknowledged the support.[116]

OLIVER VocaTone When asked about an update for OLIVER, VocaTone responded there would be issues with trying to give him one, including but not limited to: finding another voice source and a high demand for an update. However, it would be a consideration.[117] Because PowerFX, who distributed the voice of Oliver, are now only focusing on Soundation and have left Vocaloid, Oliver is unlikely to receive an update.

VocaTone responded to a comment about doing an Irish or Northern Irish accent and agreed with the comment this would be "pretty hot". However, they are focusing on the American accent more before they venture into other accents and languages.[118]

In regards to a bilingual English and Spanish vocal, VocaTone commented that they would love to "give it a whirl".[119]

GUMI, Lily, and Camui Gackpo Internet Co., Ltd. During 2012, a fan asked about other English vocals while Megpoid English was in production.[120] Lily and Gackpoid were brought up in a tweet during the Megpoid English development..[121] But English vocals could only occur if they were profitable.[122] Noboru had expressed hope to one day make a Gackpoid English.[123]

It was later mentioned that there are currently no plans to make any new English voicebanks.[124]

In October 2014:[125]

  • it was mentioned again there are no plans for Gackpoid English.
  • They also have no plans to do any Megpoid English Extend vocals such as "Power" and "Adult".
  • Lily English also was confirmed as having no plans. It was explained the reason there are currently no further plans for English vocals at this moment is due to the time (recording, developing and the time of all individuals involved) and money involved.
  • They also have no male vocals planned currently, but it was expressed Noboru wishes to do one in the future.
  • Noboru mentioned that there is a lack of vocals for English (and other languages). This is an issue that is trying to be resolved ~~(by those working with VOCALOID), though they (INTERNET co.) do not have the solution yet.

Noboru confirmed that they wished to update all VOCALOID3s to the VOCALOID4 engine, but that there was no specific schedule.[126][127] As of October 2015, only Gackpo and GUMI received VOCALOID4 updates. As for new voices, Noboru tweeted that he wanted to propose a new recording method for V5.[128]

Kohaku Otori Unity Technologies Japan
(YAMAHA Corporation)
When speaking about possible future updates to Unity-Chan, her developers spoke that if they feel they need to do fixes, the voice will likely come out around 2020. The vocal will reflect the growth of voice provider Asuka Kakumoto in 2020 if this occurs.[129]
SF-A2 miki, Kaai Yuki, Hiyama Kiyoteru, Nekomura Iroha, Yuzuki Yukari, and Tohoku Zunko AH-Software Co. Ltd. In an interview, Tomohide Ogata expressed a desire to produce English versions of their VOCALOIDs, however, the project is too complex. He went on to explain that because all of their providers are Japanese, they would would rather seek English speakers of a similar voice to the Japanese versions from the United States and United Kingdom. They are currently considering how to provide bilingual capabilities for now, but are focusing on Japanese first before other languages such as English, Spanish, etc. They acknowledge the demand across the world for the vocals and want to move a plan into place as quickly as possible.[130]
Yuezheng Longya Shanghai HENIAN Information Technology Co. Ltd. When Longya's voicebanks, "Normal" and "Soft", were revealed, Rosary stated that a "Power" voicebank was planned but was set aside to make time to focus on developing and releasing Mo Qingxian and Zhiyu Moke. The "Power" voicebank was labelled as delayed and may see a future release.[131]
Macne Nana MI7 Japan Inc. It was confirmed that Macne Nana French was noted to be a possible future vocal due to her provider also being able to speak French. With the cancellation of ALYS, the possibility of a French Nana is now limited.

In regards to the entire Macne family becoming Vocaloids, there is increasing demand for this to occur. However, the problem right now is money and this may have to be figured out. Options such as Kick starter and other crowd funding options are being considered.[132]

When asked again about the possibility for other Macne vocals to get VOCALOID voicebanks, they said that getting a contract/ license was expensive and would depend on how successful Nana and Petit are.[133]

LUMi Akatsuki Virtual Artists In an August 2017 interview with VNN, it was asked if it was possible for LUMi to have an English voicebank in the future. The AVA staff answered that there are no plans, but noted they have an interest in making one someday. This is also dependent on how well LUMi's Japanese voicebank sells. When asked about a Chinese voicebank, AVA noted they're more likely to support the Chinese fandom through concerts rather than a new vocal for LUMi.

It was also asked if a new VOCALOID or further developments for LUMi would be possible. AVA responded that both were in consideration but would rather focus solely on LUMi for the time being.[134]

Fakes/Jokes[edit | edit source]

Official[edit | edit source]

  • Kasane Teto was an April Fool's Day joke on April 1, 2008 made out by the perpetrators to be a new Crypton Future Media VOCALOID. The legacy of this prank continued on for years after its original run and even today some less-informed fans believe she is a VOCALOID. Some time after the joke, an UTAU voicebank for her was created.
    • The group behind Teto, the "VIPPERS", have also passed off other characters ("VIPPERLOIDS") as being by Crypton Future Media (actually a variation, like CRVIPTON or CRVYPTON), such as Namine Ritsu, "CV03" Yokune Ruko, and "CV04" Kotone Tsuru.
  • On April 1, 2012, VocaTone announced that "James" would be made into a VOCALOID known as Bird-loid, however, this was an April Fools day joke.[135]
  • Another April Fools' day joke in 2012 was "Animaloid", which turned out to be also a hint about the upcoming MAYU VOCALOID.
  • Furimoman, was an April 1, 2014 VOICEROID/VOCALOID3 male vocal from AH-Software Co. Ltd..[136][137] Furimoman was featured alongside other AH-Software characters later on in April 2014 during a live stream event.[138]
  • Itoh Hiroyuki was an April 1, 2015 VOCALOID4 male vocal from Crypton Future Media, Inc.. His voicebank was claimed to use the E.V.E.C. system, making him a V4X and he was part of the "CEO Vocal Series" of Crypton. When his cart button is clicked, the button moves off screen and is replaced with a small advertisement to purchase Megurine Luka V4X instead.[139]
  • Kaede-san was an April 1, 2016 female cat by YAMAHA. She contains the banks Ikaku, Normal, Matatabi and English. She also comes with the JobPlugin "NekoNuigurumi". When her add to cart button is clicked, an image comes up saying 「うそニャー!」 (It's a joke, meow!).[140]
  • Hideki Kenmochi tweeted that he had been asked to make a vocal based on the politician Donald Trump's voice. The estimated price tag on such a vocal was jokingly spoken in USD as $10 million + tax.[141][142]
  • Acme Iku V4 was an April 1, 2017 VOCALOID4 female vocal from StudioS. cillia made a "demo" of this voicebank, chaosmaid. StudioS retweeted this demo. Later, was reveiled that vocal on demo is actually Yumemi Nemu with GEN parameters.[143]
  • VOCALiLi: On April 1, 2018, a male character from Shanghai Wangcheng made his debut and was introduced as VOCALiLi. He was based on Ren Li, the president of Shanghai Wangcheng, and had previously made appearances in the Butterfly manhua series as the boss.[144][145] A demo featuring his voicebank was shown.[146]

Fanmade[edit | edit source]

Due to suspected scams in recent years, we urge readers be considerate and careful when supporting unconfirmed projects, especially if they ask for financial endorsement.
  • Ange Wayne: A fake VOCALOID who was spammed over many websites (mainly English speaking ones) for over a month including (but not restricted to) Yahoo Answers, YouTube, the VOCALOID Wikia and VOCALOID Otaku forums. A website was also produced for Ange Wayne.[147]
  • Rune: (not to be confused with Anri Rune) A VOCALOID who was introduced in much the same manner as Ange Wayne, it has been deemed fake until proven otherwise for its manner it was introduced in. A fake "VOCALOID3" logo is found on the video; Twitter and Facebook accounts were also made, showing poor quality art work. The company behind it, "AudX", does not appear to exist.
  • Ion-Nation: Appeared in Late 2012, boasting a boy-band of young male VOCALOIDs. They made several videos and claimed to be part of "VocaTonF and PowerFK".
  • Taku: On October 31, 2013, a group called "VocaloMaker" claimed to be making a Spanish-Japanese VOCALOID that would need further approval from YAMAHA to continue. The video "demonstrating" Taku has been removed.
  • Seion Kodokuna: On March 30, 2014, a YouTube channel by the name of 未来のメディア (Mirai no Media Co.) uploaded what was claimed to be a demonstration of a new private VOCALOID using the voice of "a 10-year-old boy". Two more demos were released, one of the two covering a Brazilian song using the Japanese phoneme set, and also including further details on the vocals. The description noted that the VOCALOID would be a tri-lingual bank, using Japanese, English, and Portuguese. However, it was later revealed in the description of the fifth video uploaded that the user had created both the account and videos as a joke, as well as the VOCALOID used for this was that of the POCALOID version of Masaoka Azuki with GEN parameters increased.
  • VIBE: On December 28, 2014, a small group decided to create a local joke for Spain's Day of the Innocents, where idea was to make the UTAU, VIBE, into a "VOCALOID4" with a Portuguese voicebank and extra phonemes to mimic Spanish and English. The group had designed a silhouette and a fake screenshot of the VOCALOID4 engine with edited in phonemes and voicebanks. The voice provider of the UTAU posted the images onto the VIBE fanpage, only to gain a few likes. However, by the next day, the joke was found by a humor page and the "news" was moved over to another website, who thought VIBE was actually going to becoming a VOCALOID. As the page was still local, the group behind VIBE kept silent. Afterwards, VIBE's "VOCALOID4 announcement" became viral in social media sites such as Twitter, Tumblr, and Facebook, obtaining more attention from the Western fans. To continue the joke, the voice provider "leaked" information about VIBE's "development" on Twitter. Eventually, on the night of December 29, the voice provider admitted that VIBE becoming a VOCALOID was a hoax, however, she was inspired by the fan's reaction to the joke. While VIBE is not a VOCALOID, the group is now motivated to try to make the fake "VOCALOID" a reality.[148]
  • STELLA: In early 2015, a virtual idol was introduced as a private 'Virtual Idol' made for a program that was based on common synthesis architecture. She was intended to raise money for the Americans for the Arts Foundation.[149] She was later 'revealed' to be a VOCALOID4 with three voicebanks: "Core" (original), "Sun" (Power)" and "Moon" (Soft).[150] On January 18, a viewer noticed an issue with a STELLA demo, where the video was edited with an overlay.[151] It was then proven that STELLA was not an actual VOCALOID and the video was removed as soon as this was pointed out.[152][153]
  • IVY: appeared in Jan 2016 under the name of "Project Jupiter". Project claimed to have the backing of PowerFX. In less than a day of announcement, project was announced cancelled due to 'negative feedback'. Though "proof" of legitimacy was supplied, proof was dismissed as suspected hoax by some and there was doubt on the financial backing choice as instead of using a site like "Kickstarter" the project was prepared to use "GoFundMe".[154]

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