Lily (software)

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Lily
LilyV3boxy.jpg
V3 Lily package
Developer(s)Internet Co., Ltd.
Initial releaseAugust 25, 2010
Stable release
V3 Lily / April 19, 2012
Operating systemWindows
PlatformPC, Mac
Available inJapanese
TypeVocal Synthesizer Application
LicenseProprietary
Websitewww.ssw.co.jp/products/vocal/lily/index.html Edit this on Wikidata

Lily (リリィ) is a female vocal originally released for Vocaloid 2. The data for the voice was created by sampling the voice of Yuri Masuda, a Japanese vocalist of the Japanese musical group m.o.v.e.[1][2]

Development[edit]

Lily originally appeared on the cover of the CD "anim.o.v.e. 01" released on Aug 19th, 2009 before the announcement of her VOCALOID development. Lily was introduced as "Code Name: Lily" on DTM MAGAZINE published in May, 2010.[3] The voice source is the lead vocalist of m.o.v.e., Yuri Masuda. The idea of the developing a VOCALOID based on Yuri's voice occurred, as one of the members was a user of VOCALOID. The illustration of Lily's VOCALOID was used on the Anim.o.v.e album while the voicebank was in development.[4][5]

Additional software[edit]

V3 Lily was announced in early 2012 for Vocaloid 3. One of the earliest notes about this was that the new V3 Lily vocal would have a slightly larger vocal range.[6] In July 2013, Internet co.,Ltd announced a Mac update of this product for the Vocaloid Neo engine.[7] Two vocals were included with the package V3 Lily; Native which is an update of the Vocaloid 2 vocal and V3 Lily, which was a newly recorded voice.[8] When imported into Vocaloid 4, the vocals will be able to cross-synthesis with each other.

Lily and Gackpoid were brought up in a tweet during the Megpoid English development.[9] But English vocals could only occur if they were profitable.[10] In October 2014 it was noted they currently have no plans for a Lily English.:[11]

Characteristics[edit]

Name Lily
Release August 25, 2010
Suggested Tempo 90 ~ 180BPM
Suggested Vocal Range D2 ~ D4 (V2, Native), D2 ~ G4 (Lily V3)

Video Game[edit]

Lily appeared in an iOS game called "Vocadol" along with Vocals Anon & Kanon, VY1, Aoki Lapis, Merli, Cul and Kokone.[12]

References[edit]

  1. ^ tweet 12:41 PM - Jul 8 10
  2. ^ [1] AV Watch - インターネット、第3弾のVOCALOID2「Lily」を8月発売 -m.o.v.eのヴォーカル、yuriの声をサンプリング (Internet Co. Ltd, to release third VOCALOID2, "Lily", in August. Vocalist Yuri from m.o.v.e, provides the voice samples)
  3. ^ [2] Geromi Blog - 新ボーカロイド・コードネームLily発表 - DTM MAGAZINE "Lily"
  4. ^ [3] ASCII.jp - 「頭文字D」歌手がなぜボーカロイドに? 「Lily」発売元に聞く (Initial D) singer to become a VOCALOID?
  5. ^ DTM Magazine published by Terashima Jouhou Kikaku, on August 7th, 2010
  6. ^ @noboru1963 (3 March 2012). "Lily V3 はV2よりも2音高い音程で収録しているので高い音もV2よりいけると思います RT @noboru1963: 前回より少し高い音域です。 VOCALOID3 Lily β サンプル2 #vocaloid #vocaloid3" (Tweet). Retrieved 27 April 2016 – via Twitter.
  7. ^ "INTERNET Talks Mac". Vocaloidism. Retrieved 27 April 2016.
  8. ^ @noboru1963 (9 December 2011). "V3 Lily は録音からし直してDBも1から作ってますので、V2のものとは色んな部分で違ってます。 #vocaloid #vocaloid3" (Tweet). Retrieved 27 April 2016 – via Twitter.
  9. ^ @rio447 (3 December 2012). "@noboru1963 がくぽEnglishやLily Englishも出る予定ありますか?+(0゚・∀・) + ワクテカ +" (Tweet). Retrieved 27 April 2016 – via Twitter.
  10. ^ @noboru1963 (7 December 2012). "@adaje5 no problem. we can make English VB if it will be profitable. wouldn't worry" (Tweet). Retrieved 27 April 2016 – via Twitter.
  11. ^ "VOCALOID - Spirits of Creators No.22 - Noboru Murakami -... - Facebook". Retrieved 27 April 2016.
  12. ^ "VOCADOL". Retrieved 27 April 2016.