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

For a list of all "VOICEROIDs" and their concepts, see VOICEROIDs.

Releases[]

VOICEROID[]

A total of 2 voicebanks were released for VOICEROID in Japanese.

Product Developer Language Sex Sample Release
Tsukuyomi Shouta AH-Software Co. Ltd. Japanese Male Unrevealed December 4, 2009
Tsukuyomi Ai AH-Software Co. Ltd. Japanese Female Unrevealed December 4, 2009

VOICEROID+[]

A total of 6 voicebanks were released for VOICEROID+ in Japanese.

Product Developer Language Sex Sample Release
Yoshida-kun DLE Japanese Male Ryo Ono (FROGMAN) October 22, 2010
Tsurumaki Maki AH-Software Co. Ltd. Japanese Female Tomoe Tamiyasu November 12, 2010
Yuzuki Yukari Vocalomakets
(AH-Software Co. Ltd.)
Japanese Female Chihiro Ishiguro December 22, 2011
Tohoku Zunko SSS LLC.
(AH-Software Co. Ltd.)
Japanese Female Satomi Satō September 28, 2012
Kotonoha Akane & Aoi AI, Inc.
(AH-Software Co. Ltd.)
Kansai-ben (Akane)
Standard Japanese (Aoi)
Female Yui Sakakibara April 25, 2014

VOICEROID+ EX[]

A total of 9 voicebanks were released for VOICEROID+ EX in Japanese.

Product Developer Language Sex Sample Release
Tsukuyomi Shouta VEX AH-Software Co. Ltd. Japanese Male Unrevealed October 30, 2014
Tsukuyomi Ai VEX AH-Software Co. Ltd. Japanese Female Unrevealed October 30, 2014
Yoshida-kun VEX DLE Japanese Male Ryo Ono (FROGMAN) October 30, 2014
Tsurumaki Maki VEX AH-Software Co. Ltd. Japanese Female Tomoe Tamiyasu October 30th, 2014
Yuzuki Yukari VEX Vocalomakets
(AH-Software Co. Ltd.)
Japanese Female Chihiro Ishiguro October 30, 2014
Tohoku Zunko VEX SSS LLC.
(AH-Software Co. Ltd.)
Japanese Female Satomi Satō October 30, 2014
Minase Kou AH-Software Co. Ltd. Japanese Male Unrevealed October 29, 2015
Kyomachi Seika Tsukurujyo Japanese Female Rika Tachibana June 10, 2016
Tohoku Kiritan SSS LLC. Japanese Female Himika Akaneya October 27, 2016

VOICEROID2[]

A total of 8 voicebanks were released for VOICEROID2 in Japanese.

Product Developer Language Sex Sample Release
Yuzuki Yukari V2 Vocalomakets
(AH-Software Co. Ltd.)
Japanese Female Chihiro Ishiguro June 9, 2017
Kotonoha Akane & Aoi V2 AI, Inc.
(AH-Software Co. Ltd.)
Kansai-ben (Akane)
Standard Japanese (Aoi)
Female Yui Sakakibara June 9, 2017
Kizuna Akari Vocalomakets
(AH-Software Co. Ltd.)
Japanese Female Madoka Yonezawa December 22, 2017
Haruno Sora AH-Software Co. Ltd. Japanese Female Kikuko Inoue July 26, 2018
Tohoku Itako SSS LLC. Japanese Female Ibuki Kido November 8, 2018
Tsuina-chan Demon Hunter Tsuina-chan Project Japanese Female Mai Kadowaki November 1, 2019
Iori Yuzuru AI, Inc.
(AH-Software Co. Ltd.)
Japanese Male Unrevealed February 27, 2020
Otomachi Una MTK Inc.
(Internet Co., Ltd.)
Japanese Female Aimi Tanaka December 11, 2020

Current Developments[]

Announced Vocals[]

These are VOICEROID voicebanks known to be in some stage of development. Their status and licensing are unknown, but most are presumed to have commercial licenses.

Product Developer Summary
Tohoku Zunko English SSS LLC. On November 22nd, 2019, an English version of VOICEROID was announced by AH-Software, with Zunko being the first announced voice that would be funded via a new crowdfunding campaign. On Januart 1st, 2020, Zunko's twitter revealed that their current goals for the year were to crowdfund for her English voicebank.[1] On March 26th, 2020, Zunko's twitter announced that the beginning of the campaign was delayed due to Zunko's English voice provider having too busy of a schedule to work around, as well as the COVID-19 pandemic making scheduling difficult.[2]

Expanded synthesizer development[]

The following are confirmed companies or developers who expressed interest in creating voicebanks or successfully released voicebanks in other synthesizers, but have not yet announced to discontinue VOICEROID development or distribution.

Product Developer Summary Latest Speech Synthesizer Program
Tsukuyomi Shouta, Tsukuyomi Ai, Jam Band (Tsurumaki Maki, Amane Kana, Tsutsumi Rhythm, Tsutsumi Kanon, Mitarashi Mary and Robota), Minase Kou and Haruno Sora AH-Software Co. Ltd. On December 25, 2020, AH-Software's YouTube channel published a video announcing her CeVIO AI and Synthesizer V AI voicebanks. She will have both Japanese and English banks for each of both synth engines.[3] Her voice provider for these banks is Manami Tanaka.[4] Her CeVIO talking voicebanks and Synthesizer V standard and AI voicebanks were both released on June 18, 2021. On November 27, 2021, it was announced that Maki's former voice provider, Tomoe Tamiyasu, is going to be the voice behind unoka, a talking voicebank for A.I.VOICE. She released on January 8, 2022 with two voicebanks, unoka and unoka Shizuku. Speech samples for Mitarashi Mary were announced for Pitagoe on June 3, 2021.[5] Pre-orders began on August 27, 2021,[6] before finally releasing a month later on September 28, 2021.[7] Tsukuyomi Shouta: VOICEROID+ EX

Tsukuyomi Ai: VOICEROID+ EX
Tsurumaki Maki: CeVIO AI
Tsurumaki Maki's Voice Provider: A.I.VOICE
Minase Kou: VOICEROID+ EX
Haruno Sora: VOICEROID2

Yuzuki Yukari and Kizuna Akari Vocalomakets
(AH-Software Co. Ltd.)
After the release of her VOICEROID2 voicebank, Akari received a singing voicebank for the VOCALOID4 engine on April 4, 2018. Yukari was announced to receive a singing voicebank for CeVIO AI on July 22, 2020.[8] Yuzuki Yukari Rei was released on January 29, 2021. Both Yukari and Akari were announced to recieve A.I.VOICE voicebanks on February 16, 2021. On August 26, 2021, more details were revealed. Alongside their regular voicebanks, they were to receive younger sounding voicebanks, Yuzuki Yukari Shizuku and Kizuna Akari Tsubomi, 13 and 10 year-old versions of themselves. Yuzuki Yukari: A.I.VOICE


Kizuna Akari: A.I.VOICE

Tohoku Zunko, Tohoku Kiritan and Tohoku Itako SSS LLC. After the release of Itako's voicebank, the Tohoku sisters would later go on to receive singing voicebanks for NEUTRINO. Kiritan would get hers on February 21st, 2020, dubbed AI Kiritan. Itako on September 18th, 2020, dubbed AI Itako. Finally Zunko would get hers on the next year, July 5, 2021, dubbed AI Zunko. Afterwards they would also get singing voicebanks for CeVIO AI. Kiritan was announced on October 21, 2020, releasing on Feburary 12, 2021. Zunko and Itako were later announced to recieve singing voicebanks as well on December 23, 2021, both releasing on January 27, 2022. Tohoku Zunko: VOICEROID+ EX


Tohoku Kiritan: VOICEROID+ EX
Tohoku Itako: VOICEROID2

Kotonoha Akane, Kotonoha Aoi and Iori Yuzuru AI, Inc. On June 26, 2020, Kotonoha Akane and Aoi, were announced to be released for Synthesizer V Studio on July 30, 2020.[9] November 16th, 2020, A.I.VOICE was announced with Akane, Aoi and Yuzuru confirmed to be one of its first vocals as part of its release on February 22, 2021.[10] Mini voice libraries for younger versions of Akane and Aoi (Tsubomi) and dark version of Yuzuru (Mei) were also made available in A.I.VOICE.[11] On November 4, 2021, the pair were announced to be receiving English voicebanks for the A.I.VOICE engine.[12] Releasing a month later on December 10, 2021. AI had plans on developing a singing engine for A.I.VOICE set to release around Spring 2022, however on December 25, 2021, Akane and Aoi AI singing voicebanks were announced for NEUTRINO.[13] Kotonoha Akane & Aoi: A.I.VOICE


Iori Yuzuru: A.I.VOICE

Kyomachi Seika Tsukurujyo On December 21st, 2020, a new crowdfunding campaign aimed towards funding a Synthesizer V bank was announced and set to begin two days later, on December 23rd.[14] The crowdfund officially concluded on January 31 with over ¥9,395,000 raised, surpassing the initial goal of ¥4,000,000. On January 27, 2022, her SynthV standard and AI voicebanks were released. She would also receive a set of speech samples for Pitagoe.[15] VOICEROID+ EX
Tsuina-chan Demon Hunter Tsuina-chan Project On September 14, 2020, Tsuina-chan launched a contest for fans to design what would be an outfit for her if she were to become a singing synthesizer.[16] On October 5, Tsuina-chan's official twitter account confirmed that she would be starting a crowdfunding campaign for a singing synthesizer later in winter.[17] On October 30, Synthesizer V AI was announced and it was later revealed that Tsuina-chan would begin a crowdfunding campaign for Synthesizer V Studio Standard and Synthesizer V AI banks later that year.[18] Tsuina-chan was released on November 26, 2021 as intended. She would also receive a set of speech samples for Pitagoe.[19] VOICEROID2

Cancelled Vocals[]

These are VOICEROID voicebanks known to be cancelled.

Product Developer Summary
Koharu Rikka TOKYO6 ENTERTAINMENT Koharu Rikka is a Japanese female voicebank (VP:Yoshino Aoyama) developed by TOKYO6 Entertainment. A crowdfunded vocal, she was originally announced as a new VOICEROID project, to which a stretch goal including a singing synthesis database was added, which was reached on June 7, 2020.[20] It was confirmed in the press release by AHS that she would be receiving a Synthesizer V voice database.[21] Her VOICEROID2 bank was cancelled in favor of a CeVIO AI Talk bank.[22]

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