VOCALOID Alternatives for Linux

    VOCALOID is not available for Linux but there are a few alternatives that runs on Linux with similar functionality. The best Linux alternative is Synthesizer V. It's not free, so if you're looking for a free alternative, you could try Sinsy or eCantorix. If that doesn't suit you, our users have ranked more than 10 alternatives to VOCALOID and three of them are available for Linux so hopefully you can find a suitable replacement.

    The list of alternatives was last updated Jan 20, 2020


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    • Synthesizer V is a vocal synthesizer developed by Kanru Hua, aiming for "artistic perfection of artificial voices". View 8 alternatives to Synthesizer V
      Almost everyone thinks Synthesizer V is a great alternative to VOCALOID.
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      Synthesizer V vs VOCALOID
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      It's good and easy to use, go for utau if you can tho
      Top positive comment  almost 2 years ago

      Very easy to just put in notes and lyrics, the arpasing vocabulary is easy to understand. And it's new! I hope more voicebanks will become available, though..
      Top positive comment  over 1 year ago

      Incredibly user-friendly interface, with incredibly high-quality voices available for use.
      Positive comment 7 months ago

      i personally think it can be more realistic
      Positive comment about 1 year ago

      It is the same thing but there are no japanese voicebanks
      Positive comment over 2 years ago

    • Singing voice synthesis system based on HMM algorithm. View 7 alternatives to Sinsy
      Most users think Sinsy is a great alternative to VOCALOID.
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    • eCantorix is a singing synthesis frontend for espeak. It works by using espeak to generate raw speech samples, then adjusting their pitch and length and finally creating a LMMS project file referencing the samples in sync to the input file. View 10 alternatives to eCantorix
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