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NetVocaloid is an online vocal synthesis service. Users can synthesize singing voices on a device connected to the Internet by executing the Vocaloid engine on the server. This service can be used even if the user does not actually own the Vocaloid software in such device. The service is available in both English and Japanese.
- Synthesizing audio data of VOCALOID singing from sequence data of melody parts written in specialized [[wikipedia:XML XML files [*1].
- Running effects (Reverb/Compressor) on audio data of synthesized singing.
- Encoding audio data of synthesized singing as compressed audio files (MP3/FLAC) [*2].
- Providing the above functions with HTTP protocol-based WebAPI.
Although NetVocaloid offers the synthesis service, it doesn't provides the tools for the creation or edition of the required XML file for the synthesis, relying in the tools an provided by the companies that make use of the service.
Smart Phone' Service Track RecordEdit
Netvocaloid is used in two mobile phone services, allowing send singing messages. These ones are Utaou (Sing with Miku) and Keitai Gackpoid, allowing you use the voices of Hatsune Miku and Kamui Gakupo respectively.
Metal Gear: Peace WalkerEdit
NetVocaloid was utilized during the 2nd edition of PlanB, a collaborative project sponsored by Ballantine's where the people can help to create the lyrics for a famous artist.
Voctro-Labs provided the tools that allowed to the participants listen their written lyrics sung by a virtual female voice through the official website. For that the company created Ballentunes, an application that allowed to the user edit the lyrics accord the pre-established melody created by La Oreja de Van Gogh, in an easy and intuitive interface through the website. Ballentunes then transforms the input lyric into a pre-tuned VSQ, for be synthesized through NetVocaloid's service. After this, the users receive a mp3 file of their composition that they can listen and share, if they wish to.
The contest ended with "Otra vez me has sacado a bailar" chosen as winner.