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Sunday, November 14, 2010

Vocaloid Miriam

Miriam is the third Vocaloid installment from Zero-G and was released on the 10th of July, 2004. Her voice is based off the popular British singer, Miriam Stockley, who is also the lead singer of the band, Adiemus.

Usage for Music
Miriam is made to sing in English and sings with a British accent, but can sing better in Japanese and Korean than other English Vocaloids for having vowel sounds which can make sound similar to those of the target languages. Like Lola, Miriam has limited information supplied to aid users in working with her due to her low usage, however she has been used for more songs then Lola overall. Like Lola, Miriam also has a mature voice, but is much softer and can hit higher pitches much easier and clearer, hence why her voice is favored more so over Lola's. Miriam is commonly used for serious songs.

She is fortunate to have less of a robotic "twang" sound to her voice then Lola and Leon, but despite the improved engine may need as many edits to her voice as they do. Unlike Lola and Leon, users do not tend to attempt to play off her robotic-ness and usually pay more attention to make her sound realistic.

Miriam's demo version gives users a chance to experience usage of the phonetic system for english. However, greater manipulation of her voice is absent and users are limited to having her sound robotic.

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