CeVIO

CeVIO Creative Studio

commercial vocal synth talk synth

The old CeVIO before the release of AI and Pro, which has more engine noise. The most recent version is CS7. A free voicebank named HAL-O-ROID is available, based on a deceased enka singer named Haruo Minami. However, the free version of the CeVIO song editor is archaic and will not work with HAL-O-ROID, if it can be located at all. CeVIO has two editors, one for speaking and one for singing (sold separately). The program is powered by HMM artificial intelligence. (source)


Sato Sasara
さとうささら

Suzuki Tsudumi
すずきつづみ

Takahashi
タカハシ

ONE
オネ

Akasaki Minato

Midorizaki Kasumi

Ginsaki Yamato
大和

Kinzaki Koharu

Shirosaki Yuudai

Kizaki Airi

HAL-O-ROID MINAMI
ハルオロイド・ミナミ

IA
イア

CeVIO AI

A Japanese synthesizer which is a massive improvement over the previous CeVIO technology. It is becoming known for celebrity voices, such as Virtual Witch Project, Kizuna Ai, as well as Toyama Kasumi and Minato Yukina (Bandori). It has both speech and song capabilities, though editors are sold separately. Japanese song voices can now read English words. Unlike Synthesizer V and ACE Virtual Singer, there is no change to pronunciation. It’s simply a dictionary that automatically converts words to Japanese phonemes. (source)


Yuzuki Yukari
ゆかり

Tohoku Kiritan
きりたん

Koharu Rikka

Tsurumaki Maki
マキ

KAFU

FEE
フィー

ROSA
ロサ

flower
フラワ

Hanakuma Chifuyu

Natsuki Karin

SEKAI

Tohoku Zunko
ずん

Tohoku Itako
イタコ

Kizuna
キズナ

Toyama Kasumi

Minato Yukina

RIME
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