VOCALOID Alternatives for Linux
Synthesizer V is a vocal synthesizer developed by Kanru Hua, aiming for "artistic perfection of artificial voices".
- - Synthesizer V is the most popular Mac & Linux alternative to VOCALOID.
- - Synthesizer V is the most popular commercial alternative to VOCALOID.
Comments about Synthesizer V as a Alternative to VOCALOID
Incredibly user-friendly interface, with incredibly high-quality voices available for use.1
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..3
I would like it more if the tunning was easier0
i personally think it can be more realistic1
It's good and easy to use, go for utau if you can tho2
Singing voice synthesis system based on HMM algorithm.
- - Sinsy is the most popular Open Source alternative to VOCALOID.
Comments about Sinsy as a Alternative to VOCALOID
Voice synthesis in Sinsy is just as easy as in Vocaloid, despite having to create MusicXML file with MuseScore (which is also FOSS)0
OpenUtau is an open source editing environment for UTAU community with modern user experience.
Comments about OpenUTAU as a Alternative to VOCALOID
From my experience, editing and figuring stuff out is easier in open utau, it's realy good for begginers. The ability to use different renderers is also cool. Its also easy to use in english, and to make songs in english0
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.