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This is an article about the V3 Lily software for the VOCALOID3 engine.


In December 2011, Noboru mentioned re-recording Lily and that there was a new vocal being constructed which did not use any parts from Vocaloid2 Lily.[1]

V3 Lily was announced in early 2012. One of the earliest notes about this was that the new V3 Lily vocal would have a slightly larger vocal range.[2] A level of high pitch was also removed for the V3 Lily version as originally VOCALOID2 Lily had two high pitches recorded for it.[3]

V3 Lily was released on April 19, 2012. VOCALOID2 Lily was retired from sale and is instead sold with V3 Lily as a updated version "V3 Lily - Native" alongside a new "Lily V3" voicebank.

Mac UpdateEdit

In July 2013, Internet co.,Ltd announced a Mac update of this product for the VOCALOID NEO engine.[4]

Product InformationEdit



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  • OS: Windows 8 (32/64bit), Windows 7 (32/64bit) / Vista (32bit) / XP (32bit)
    • works in 32bit compatibility mode (WOW64) in 8/7 64bit versions of Windows.
  • CPU: Celeron Dual Core 2.1 GHz or more
  • RAM: 1GB or more
  • Free space of +200 MB or more 1.8GB
  • Requires a computer that is connected to the Internet environment to perform the DVD-ROM drive / sound device / activation proces.

Voicebank LibrariesEdit

Product Information
Package details
V3 Lily is the updated vocal based on the original VOCALOID2 release. Her voice provider is the Japanese female singer Yuri Masuda. There are two voicebanks are present in the box. The first is a update on the original VOCALOID2 voicebank (for details see VOCALOID2 information), the second is a new voicebank for VOCALOID3 made from new recordings.

The package also contains demo song data and illustrations.

Vocal traits as noted:
  • The new package is designed specifically to remove past annoyances with the original VOCALOID2 Lily.
  • When imported into VOCALOID4, the cross-synthesis (XSY) function can be used on both the "V3 Lily - native" and "V3 Lily" voicebanks.
    • In total the package offers the equivalent of 2 additional voicebanks achievable via XSY. The total tone variation offered by the package comes to a theoretical 4 voicebanks in total.
    • Note that these vocals were not designed to be used for XSY originally as it was not part of the VOCALOID3 engine functions. Results may be rougher than VOCALOID4 XSY vocals for that reason.
    • As of Ver.4.3.0 of the VOCALOID4 engine, with the exception of the original galaco and Rana vocals (which are not counted as an official Internet co., Ltd release) all VOCALOID3 and VOCALOID4 Internet Co., Ltd. vocals can XSY between each other.
    • In total if user was to own every VOCALOID3 and VOCALOID4 XSY capable INTERNET co., LTD vocal, this offers the equivalent of 812 additional voicebanks achievable via XSY. The total tone variation offered by the combined packages comes to a theoretical 841 voicebanks in total.[5]
    • Note that Users of the updated XSY list have to understand that as confirmed by Internet co., Ltd themselves, depending on the combination of the two vocals a level of extra unwanted noise may be generated.
    • This is particularly true more so when using the single voicebank releases from VOCALOID3 in XSY in either primarily or secondary roles. In addition to not being built with XSY in mind, they were never built with accompanying vocals in mind, so have no adjustments made to fit in with a accompanying voicebank of similar nature like the multi-bank releases did.

  • At a lowest optimum range of #D2 kokone, V3 Lily, Hatsune Miku V3 vocals Dark and solid as well as Yuzuki Yukari all jointly hold the title of "lowest Japanese female" optimum range between them. They are beaten as overall lowest female by Clara at #C2.

Individual VocalsEdit

Product Information
  Tempo: 90 ~ 180BPM  Range: D2 ~ D4
Package details
"Native" is an improved version of the original voicebank and produces smoother results. It otherwise produces similar results to its previous version and was released as an improved version of that vocal.
Vocal traits as noted:
  • Vocals were based on the VOCALOID2 recordings, with the voicebanks wav files adjusted to work the new triphones.
  • Background annoyances removed.
Phonetic notes as noted:
  • Triphones added.
Software issues as noted:
  • The issue with pitching remains and maintains the original vocals issues in regards to this.
Voicebank sample

V3 Lily Native

Lily Native MusicPride

Product Information
  Tempo: 90 ~ 180BPM  Range: D2 ~ G4
Package details
V3 Lily is the second vocal and like V3 Lily - Native, this vocal corrects another major flaw with VOCALOID2 Lily this time in regards to how the overall vocal sounds. It is a new recording is not a change of tone like other updated V3 vocals and was designed to sound 'more human'.[6] The goal of the new vocal was to create a more Vivid version of Lily.[7]
Vocal traits as noted:
  • Lily's optimum vocal range is larger than her VOCALOID2 vocal.
  • The change of pitch was caused simply by the removal of a set of high pitched samples from the VOCALOID2 vocal during the recording process, which had caused the VOCALOID2 vocal to sound too high.
Phonetic notes as noted:
  • Due to the new Vivid results, her vowels come out much too loud (The o in a long 'Wo' note, for example) and need to be edited further.
Voicebank sample

V3 Lily

Lily V3 MusicPride


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