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VTalk (known colloquially in some circles as GachaTalk), was a speech synthesis software that was distributed by Internet Co., Ltd. with Ryuto's "Gachapoid" release. The software ran on YAMAHA's VOCALOID-flex software. It was free-to-use for 6 months following installation. Only Ryuto's VOCALOID2 "Gachapoid" release has been packaged with this software, and no other VOCALOID libraries have been used with this software.

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VTalk is vastly different from the other VOCALOID-based speech synthesizers that would become commercially available (those being VOICEROID, Megpoid Talk, Talk Ex, and Gynoid Talk). Instead of using seperate speech-based samples, VTalk instead accesses Gachapoid's '.ddb' file located in the VOCALOID installation directory. Because of this, VTalk sounds exactly like Gachapoid's VOCALOID2 release, albeit with more 'sing-songy' results than other speech engines will give you. Because VTalk is atuned to Gachapoid's VOCALOID2 registration number, moving or deleting the ',ddb' file will not hinder speech synthesis in any way.

It ended service on February 13, 2015.

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Demonstrations
Gachapoid Talk Sample

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