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YANHE VOCALOID3 VOCALOID5 | Songs Albums Notable Originals

This article is about the VOCALOID5 software known as a voicebank. If you are looking for the VOCALOID character then click here.

History[edit source]

2015[edit source]

On May 29, 2015, in a Q/A session with Shanghai HENIAN Information Technology Co. Ltd., fans asked questions about a possibility to update their VOCALOID3s. The company responded that it was always in consideration, but noted that upgrading a VOCALOID was not easy as it would require time, funding, and effort to revisit a VOCALOID. At the time, the company’s operations and survival could not allow them to update any vocals.[1]

On July 23, in response to a producer’s question, Yuezheng Longya’s production was leaked. It was also noted that SHN was considering VOCALOID4 updates for Luo Tianyi, YANHE, and Yuezheng Ling.[2]

2017[edit source]

On September 7, 2017, it was announced that preparations for a YANHE upgrade would begin. Considerations for a "sweet sound" were mentioned. At the time of this announcement, it was assumed that the update would be made for VOCALOID4 as VOCALOID5 was not released until July 2018.[3]

2020[edit source]

On February 22, 2020, Rosary noted that due to the impact of the COVID-19 epidemic, many projects were delayed. Some time ago, he kept returning to the company, preparing to take home the recorded libraries for further work. After bringing them home, he was able to complete several V5s. At the time of his post, he hoped to create demos in time for YANHE's anniversary in July. He confirmed that she had a Sweet voicebank in the works and was asking for suggestions on the Chinese name of the voicebank. This post also confirmed that the update would be made for VOCALOID5.[4]

A sample titled "Tiándù XX%" was posted on Weibo and bilibili. This used a sweeter tone of YANHE and Vsinger wanted the fans to rank how sweet her voice was, which hinted that the song used the V5 Sweet voicebank. The title of the song would be based on the popular choice, replacing the "XX" portion (later known as "Tiándù 71.1%").[5] This song was also featured in the Bái Rì Mèng EP.[6] After the demo's release, Seira Ryu complimented the song and voice, and also noted that she returned to Shanghai the week before for additional recording.[7]

Product Information[edit source]

Demonstrations[edit source]


甜度XX% (Tiándù XX%) - Short version bilibili
白日梦 (Bái Rì Mèng) Crossfade bilibili
甜度71.1% (Tiándù 71.1%) - Full version bilibili

System Requirements[edit source]


Voicebanks[edit source]

Template:Yanhe V5 voicebank

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