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At the VOCALOID3 announcements, Vocalomakets was said to be working on VOCALOIDs, with a variety of different results. In late November 2011, the first of these VOCALOIDs were revealed, as it was Yuzuki Yukari. Yukari was released on December 22, 2011.
You can hear demo songs in the official website. Click demoXX in the デモ音源 table.
In late November 2013, news on a updated version was released which contained both a Windows and Mac version of her software that was due for release on the 19th of December 2013. The Software was released in 3 new packages. The first was a normal vocal plug-ion with the "lite" version of VOCALOID3 and VOCALOID NEO. The second was of Yukari with the full editors included, plus exVoice. The third version was of Yukari with Music Maker MX 2 a Windows based DAW.
AH-Software released Yukari as a VOICEROID+ voicebank. She is the first VOCALOID to be released in both formats from AH-Software and the second VOCALOID to have a spoken version, with Gachapoid being the first via V-Talk. VOCALOID allows several tones of vocals that show different emotions. However, it is intended for singing rather than speech. On the other hand, VOICEROID offers the chance for users to make rap songs easier, or using her VOICEROID in conjunction with her VOCALOID voicebank, allowing her to "speak" during songs.
In 2015, most of the Voiceroid and Voiceroid+ vocals were upgraded to Voiceroid+ ex, Yukari included.
ExVoice contains additional samples for Yukari, some of which include laughter, giggling, and weeping. The software has also been updated to add more samples to the package. Users can log onto the AH-Software website to retrieve the additional samples if they own the older version. More updates on this extension are planned in the future.
|プロトタイプ / Prototype||YouTube VocaloMakets|
|2nd demo song (no title)||YouTube VocaloMakets|
|紲月歌 (Setsugetsuka)||Niconico YouTube VocaloMakets|
|恥ずかしいほどのラブソングを君に。 (Hazukashii Hodo no Love Song o Kimi Ni.)||Niconico YouTube VocaloMakets|
|Behind My Daisy (beat-less ver.)||VocaloMakets|
|10th demo song (no title)||VocaloMakets|
|レヴァルシー full ver.||VocaloMakets|
|こんなアタシDOでShow!? (Konna Atashi DO de Show!?)||Niconico|
- OS Windows 7 (32/64bit) / Windows 8 (32/64bit) / Vista (32bit) / XP (32bit)
- Yukari works in 32bit compatibility mode (WOW64) in Windows 8, Windows 7 64bit versions of Windows.
- CPU 2.1 GHz or more, Celeron Dual Core.
- Hard-disk space: a free space of 2GB + 200MB or more.
- RAM memory; 1GB of free space or more.
- Requires a computer that is connected to the internet environment to perform the DVD-ROM drive / sound card / activation process.
|Tempo: 60 ~ 120BPM Range: D2 ~ F4|
|Yukari was a VOCALOID designed to have multiple methods of using her voice by utilizing various other pieces of supporting vocal software such as VOICEROID. Since Vocalmakets were producers themselves they were able to construct an idea of what other producers wanted for VOCALOIDs, hence, she was made with producers in mind. She works best with the music genre jazz.|
|Vocal traits as noted:|
|Phonetic notes as noted:|
|Software issues as noted:|
Yuzuki Yukari VOCALOID3