List of Vocaloid products

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The following is a list of products released for the Vocaloid software in order of release date.

Products[edit]

Vocaloid[edit]

Product Developer Language Sex Voice sampled Release date
Leon[1] Zero-G Ltd English Male January 15, 2004
March 3, 2004 (Japan)
Lola[2] Zero-G Ltd English Female January 15, 2004
March 3, 2004 (Japan)
Miriam[3] Zero-G Ltd English Female Miriam Stockley July 1, 2004
July 26, 2004 (Japan)
Meiko[4] Crypton Future Media Japanese Female Haigō Meiko November 5, 2004
Kaito[5] Crypton Future Media Japanese Male Naoto Fūga February 17, 2006

Vocaloid 2[edit]

Product Developer Language Sex Voice sampled Release date
Sweet Ann[6] PowerFX English Female Jody (stage name) 2007-06-29June 29, 2007
September 21, 2007 (Japan)
Hatsune Miku (CV01)[7] Crypton Future Media Japanese Female Fujita, SakiSaki Fujita 2007-08-31August 31, 2007
Kagamine Rin/Len (CV02)[8] Crypton Future Media Japanese Female (Rin)
Male (Len)
Shimoda, AsamiAsami Shimoda 2007-12-27December 27, 2007
Prima[9] Zero-G English Female 2008-01-14January 14, 2008
February 22, 2008 (Japan)
Kagamine Rin/Len (CV02) Act 2[10][11] Crypton Future Media Japanese Female (Rin)
Male (Len)
Shimoda, AsamiAsami Shimoda 2008-07-18July 18, 2008
Gackpoid: Camui Gackpo[12] Internet Co., Ltd. Japanese Male , GacktGackt 2008-07-31July 31, 2008
Megurine Luka (CV03)[13] Crypton Future Media Japanese & English Female Asakawa, YūYū Asakawa 2009-01-30January 30, 2009
Megpoid: Gumi[14] Internet Co., Ltd. Japanese Female Nakajima, MegumiMegumi Nakajima 2009-06-25June 26, 2009
Sonika[15][16] Zero-G English Female 2009-07-14July 14, 2009
August 7, 2009 (Japan)
SF-A2 Miki[17] AH-Software Japanese Female Furukawa, MikiMiki Furukawa 2009-12-04December 4, 2009
Kaai Yuki[18] AH-Software Japanese Female 2009-12-04December 4, 2009
Hiyama Kiyoteru[19] AH-Software Japanese Male Kiyoshi Hiyama[20] 2009-12-04December 4, 2009
Big AL[21][22] PowerFX English Male King, MichaelMichael King (beta voicebank)
Sanderson, FrankFrank Sanderson (actual release)
2009-12-22December 22, 2009

March 5, 2010 (Japan)

Hatsune Miku Append[23] Crypton Future Media Japanese Female Fujita, SakiSaki Fujita 2010-04-30April 30, 2010
Tonio[24] Zero-G English Male 2010-07-14July 14, 2010
Lily[25][26] Yamaha Corporation
Avex Management[27][28]
Internet Co., Ltd.
Japanese Female Masuda, YūriYūri Masuda (m.o.v.e.) 2010-08-25August 25, 2010
VY1 ("Mizki")[29][30] Yamaha Corporation
Bplats
Japanese Unisex ("feminine" vocal) 2010-09-01September 1, 2010
Gachapoid: Ryūto[31][32] Internet Co., Ltd. Japanese Male Kuniko Amemiya (Gachapin) 2010-10-08October 8, 2010
Nekomura Iroha[33][34][35] AH Software Japanese Female 2010-10-22October 22, 2010
Utatane Piko[36] Sony Music Entertainment Japan
Ki/oon Records Inc.
Japanese Male Piko 2010-12-08December 8, 2010 (download)
Kagamine Rin/Len Append[37] Crypton Future Media Japanese Female (Rin)
Male (Len)
Shimoda, AsamiAsami Shimoda 2010-12December 27, 2010
VY2 ("Yūma")[38][39] Yamaha Corporation
Bplats
Japanese Unisex ("masculine" vocal) 2011-04-25April 25, 2011
Azuki Masaoka Sega Japanese Female Yuka Ōtsubo Private
Matcha Kobayashi Sega Japanese Female Ayaka Ohashi Private

VocaloWitter[edit]

Product Developer Language Sex Voice sampled Release date
VY1t[29][30] Yamaha Corporation
Bplats
Japanese Unisex ("feminine" vocal) December 2010
Aoki Lapis Surfer's Paradise
i-Style Project
Studio Deen
Bplats
Japanese Female Nako Eguchi December 2012

iVocaloid[edit]

Product Developer Language Sex Voice sampled Release date
VY1[29][30] Yamaha Corporation
Bplats
Japanese Unisex ("feminine" vocal) December 2010
VY2[38][39] Yamaha Corporation
Bplats
Japanese Unisex ("masculine" vocal) December 2011
Aoki Lapis i-Style Project
Surfer's Paradise
Studio Deen
Bplats
Japanese Female Nako Eguchi December 2012

eVocaloid[edit]

Product Developer Language Sex Voice sampled Release date
eVY1 Yamaha Corporation
Bplats
Japanese Unisex ("feminine" vocal)
Hatsune Miku (used in Miku Pocket device)[40] Crypton Future Media Japanese Female Fujita, SakiSaki Fujita TBA

Vocaloid 3[edit]

Product Developer Language Sex Voice sampled Release date
Mew[41] Yamaha Corporation Japanese Female Miu Sakamoto October 21, 2011
SeeU[42] SBS Artech Korean & Japanese Female Kim Dahee October 21, 2011 (Korea)
December 16, 2011 (Japan)
V3 Megpoid[43] Internet Co., Ltd. Japanese Female Nakajima, MegumiMegumi Nakajima October 21, 2011[44]
VY1v3 Yamaha Corporation/Bplats Japanese Unisex ("feminine" sounding voice) October 21, 2011
Tone Rion Dear Stage MoeJapan

Yamaha Corporation

Japanese Female December 16, 2011
Oliver[45] PowerFX/VocaTone English Male December 21, 2011
CUL[46] Internet Co., Ltd Japanese Female Eri Kitamura December 22, 2011
Yuzuki Yukari[47] AH Software Japanese Female Chihiro Ishiguro December 22, 2011
Bruno[48] Voctro Labs, S.L Spanish Male December 24, 2011
Clara[48] Voctro Labs, S.L Spanish Female December 24, 2011
IA[46] 1st Place Japanese Female Lia January 27, 2012
V3 Megpoid - Native[49] Internet Co., Ltd Japanese Female Megumi Nakajima March 15, 2012
Aoki Lapis[50] i-Style Project
Surfer's Paradise
Studio Deen
Japanese Female Nako Eguchi April 6, 2012
V3 Lily Yamaha Corporation
Avex Management
Internet Co., Ltd
Japanese Female Yuri Masuda April 19, 2012
Luo Tianyi Shanghai He Nian
Bplats
Chinese Female Shan Xin July 12, 2012
V3 Gackpoid Internet Co., Ltd Japanese Male Gackt July 13, 2012
Galaco Internet Co., Ltd Japanese Female Kou Shibasaki August 5, 2012 (available as a prize in the Vocaloid 3 music contest)
VY2v3 Yamaha Corporation
Bplats
Japanese Unisex ("masculine" sounding voice) October 19, 2012
Mayu Exit Tunes Japanese Female December 5, 2012
Avanna Zero-G English Female Rachael Dey December 22, 2012
Kaito V3 Crypton Future Media Japanese & English Male Naoto Fūga February 15, 2013
Megpoid English Internet Co., Ltd English Female Nakajima, MegumiMegumi Nakajima February 28, 2013
ZOLA Project Yamaha Corporation/Bplats Japanese Male (Yū, Kyo, Wil) June 20, 2013
Yan He Shanghai He Nian
Bplats
Chinese Female Liu Seira July 11, 2013
Hatsune Miku V3 English[51] Crypton Future Media English Female Fujita, SakiSaki Fujita August 31, 2013 (download)
September 26, 2013 (retail)
YOHIOloid PowerFX/Vocatone English & Japanese Male Yohio September 10, 2013 (download)
September 17, 2013 (retail)
Hatsune Miku V3[52][53] Crypton Future Media Japanese Female Saki Fujita September 26, 2013
Maika Voctro Labs, S.L Spanish Female Same as ONA December 18, 2013 (download)
January 31, 2014 (retail)
Merli[54] i-Style Project
Surfer's Paradise
Studio Deen
Japanese Female Misaki Kamata December 24, 2013 (download)
February 5, 2014 (retail)
Macne Nana[55] MI7 Japanese & English Female Haruna Ikezawa January 31, 2014
Meiko V3[56] Crypton Future Media Japanese & English Female Meiko Haigō February 4, 2014
Kokone Internet Co., Ltd Japanese Female TBA February 14, 2014
Anon/Kanon Yamaha Corporation Japanese Female (Anon)
Female (Kanon)
March 3, 2014
v-Flower Yamaha Japanese Female TBA May 9, 2014 (Download)
Summer 2014 (Retail)
IA Type C 1st Place Japanese Female Lia TBA
Tohoku Zunko AH-Software Japanese Female Satomi Sato Early 2014
Galaco Red & Blue Internet Co., Ltd Japanese Female Kou Shibasaki Spring 2014
Megurine Luka V3+Appends[57] Crypton Future Media Japanese & English[58] Female Yū Asakawa Mid 2014
Kagamine Rin/Len V3+Appends Crypton Future Media Japanese & English Female (Rin)
Male (Len)
Asami Shimoda Late 2014
SeeU English SBS Artech English Female Kim Dahee On hiatus
Ring Suzune[59][60] Yamaha Corporation
Vocanext
Japanese Female MiKA TBA
Hibiki Lui[59] Yamaha Corporation
Vocanext
Japanese Male TBA TBA
Anri Rune Fuji TV Japanese Female TBA
ALYS VoxWave French & Japanese Female Poucet TBA
Akikoloid-chan[61] Yamaha Corporation
Lawson
Japanese Female Arimoto Private
ONA Voctro Labs, S.L Catalan & Spanish Female Same as Maika Private
Ueki-loid Music Airport Inc.
Yamaha Corporation
Japanese Male Hitoshi Ueki Private
  • Crypton has a "Project if..." with a mysterious, ambiguous childlike voice.[62][63]
  • Crypton has also done some work on a "CV04" with a male voice.[64]

Vocaloid Neo[edit]

Product Developer Language Sex Voice sampled Release date
Hatsune Miku V3 English Crypton Future Media English Female Saki Fujita August 31, 2013
Hatsune Miku V3 Crypton Future Media Japanese Female Saki Fujita September 26, 2013
VY1v3 Neo Yamaha/Bplats Japanese Unisex ("feminine" vocal) August 5, 2013
Mew Neo Yamaha Japanese Female Miu Sakamoto August 5, 2013
VY2v3 Neo Yamaha/Bplats Japanese Unisex ("masculine" vocal) October 2013
Aoki Lapis Neo i-Style Project Japanese Female Nako Eguchi September 2013
ZOLA Project Neo Yamaha/Bplats Japanese Male September 2013
Maika Voctro Labs, S.L Spanish Female December 18, 2013
Yuzuki Yukari[65] AH-Software Japanese Female Chihiro Ishiguro December 19, 2013
Merli Neo i-style Project Japanese Female Misaki Kamata December 24, 2013
IA 1st Place Japanese Female Lia December 7, 2013
Macne Nana MI7/GarageBand[citation needed] Japanese & English Female Haruna Ikezawa January 31, 2014
Meiko V3 Crypton Future Media Japanese & English Female Meiko Haigo February 4, 2014
Kaito V3 Crypton Future Media Japanese & English Male Naoto Fuuga February 15, 2014
Galaco Internet Co., Ltd Japanese Female Kou Shibasaki TBA
V3 Megpoid Internet Co., Ltd Japanese Female Megumi Nakajima TBA

References[edit]

This article incorporates information from this version of the equivalent article on the Japanese Wikipedia.
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