Who is Maika Vocaloid?
MAIKA is a Spanish VOCALOID developed and distributed by Voctro Labs, S.L., and was released in December 2013 for the VOCALOID3 engine. As of June 2018, Voctro Labs confirmed that she was one of the Spanish vocals featured in their own B2B (business-to-business) engine Voiceful.
Does Maika have an English Voicebank?
While MAIKA is a Spanish voice bank, she includes an extended range of phonemes which allow for great flexibility in pronunciation. You can check out some demos of MAIKA singing in other languages such as: Portuguese, Italian, Catalan, English and Japanese. MAIKA’s artwork has been illustrated by Noriko Hayashi.
How much do VOCALOIDs cost?
|USD 225.23( before tax )
|USD 360.36 ( before tax )
|* Users who own a previous VOCALOID Editor product can purchase VOCALOID5 at a special upgrade price.
How many VOCALOIDs exist?
All in all, there are 108 Vocaloid products in existence, if we account appends as one “product” and count diffferent versions of the character (ie., Rin’s first and second act I’m V2) separately.
Does Maika come with a Vocaloid3 editor?
MAIKA comes with Yamaha’s VOCALOID3 Editor Tiny software, a reduced feature version of the VOCALOID3 Editor. A list of differences between the Tiny and standard Editor can be found here.
How do I create vocals in Maika?
By simply entering melody, lyrics and expression parameters you’ll be able to create lead vocals, vocal accompaniment, demo vocals, vocal effects; the possibilities are endless. MAIKA is designed to sing in Spanish, but contains a wide range of phonemes that will also cover parts of other languages.
What kind of voice does Maika have?
MAIKA has a powerful feminine voice. In the lower registers she has a softer, more airy voice, while in the higher registers she has a more intense timbre. She has an extraordinarily broad pitch range, which switches from a chest voice to a head voice in the highest registers.
Is Maika a Spanish voicebank?
While MAIKA is a Spanish Voicebank, she includes an extended range of phonemes which allow for great flexibility in pronunciation. Note: When using MAIKA, VOCALOID Editor will only automatically transcribe lyrics entered in Spanish; for other languages, phonemes have to be entered manually.