VOICEROID2 Iori Yuzuru is a text-to-speech software with a particularly calm, gentle voice. His additional speaking styles are 喜び (Happy?), 怒り (Angry) and 悲しみ (Sad).
What do you think of his voice and design? Feel free to discuss him.
Oh agreed, except that tbh I have no practical use for Voiceroids, and I'd be better off saving my money for that AHSloid bundle later this year, so I'll have to pass.I adore him, he has that "ikemen" sound I've wanted out of more vocal synths
This is one of the few times I've actually considered getting voiceroid...
He seems to be drawn by the same person that did Aoi and Akane too, which is nice.
afaik aside from JP locale, if fit doesn't work you have to try everything else -- keyboard, calendar, etc. Which, if you're a Voiceroid stan, sure, but if you're not super passionate about it then it's a bit much (imo only though!)Ive heard Voiceroid is only designed for japanese computers, is the procedure any different from the UTAU one? Yknow for making it work.
This is true for V1, V2 is a bit more lenient. V1 requires you to transform your entire computer into a Japanese one; V2 you don't even need to change your display language for it to run. (It may be even more lenient than that, but that's the extent of what I've tested, aka I had to change my display language back to English for a bit and was pleasantly surprised when V2 worked just fine, haha)afaik aside from JP locale, if fit doesn't work you have to try everything else -- keyboard, calendar, etc. Which, if you're a Voiceroid stan, sure, but if you're not super passionate about it then it's a bit much (imo only though!)
Honestly, based on what I've seen so far on Twitter, the people really wanting more male vocal synths (especially one like Yuzuru) are:But I think it's also actually kind of surprising since, if I'm remembering right, male Voiceroids are usually ignored in Japan? I wonder if his popularity (in Japan) has something do with sharing the same artist as the Kotonoha sisters...