QVoice is a modern singing synthesizer built for Kontakt. You can input lyrics and edit the pitch curve as well as many other parameters to have a voice sing to you. It can be used as a plug-in for your DAW for the utmost efficiency while producing music. NNSVS will be integrated into QVoice to give it AI capabilities. All QVoice vocalists have free "lite" versions that have 3 pitches instead of 10.


Vocalists

Features

*There will most likely be missing features upon release

QVoice offers a standard piano roll where you can edit a pitch curve that's laid over the notes as well as an audio waveform for consonant visualization. There are no limitations to the amount of bars and many parameters to add expressiveness to the vocal track. QVoice also offers unlimited undos and redos, easy copy and pasting and switching tools easily via shortcut keys. You can select 6 singers, 3 male and 3 female, in English, Chinese, Japanese, Russian, Korean and Tagalog. At release, the interface might only be available in English. More singers and interface languages will be added after release.

QVoice is planed to work in Windows 7 and higher (32/64 bit) and macOS 10.13 and higher (64 bit) as well as being compatible with your prefered DAW. It will be available as a standalone application, VST, AU and AAX, will be built in Kontakt 6 and Kontakt 6 Player and will automatically update. QVoice will hopefully be able to read  .vsq, .vsqx, .mid, .ppst, .ust, .csv and .svp files as well as export .wav files.

Parameters

Parameters are how you edit how the singer sings. You can create multiple effects and replicate many singing styles by editing the parameters.

Timing (TIM): Adjusted the timing, volume and harshness of consonants and closed vowels.

Sharpness (SHP): Make the pronunciation harsher and more direct. Changes the overall clearness of the voice.

Breath (BRE): This adjusts the breathiness of a voice. Combines breath files with normal samples

Gender Shift (GNS): Makes a voice more masculine or feminine. Changes the format and timbre. SEN effects the bass and treble

Vibrato (VBI): You can change the Stage, Depth, Frequency, Left Transition, Right Transition and Start of the vibrato.

Raspiness (RPS): Used to replicate a vocal growl. Uses extra samples.

Accent (ACN): Makes a voice more or less accented. Uses extra samples and will not work with RX upon release.

Sensitivity (SEN): Adjusts the sensitivity of the parameter that is currently selected.  

Robotic Filtering (RBF): Makes a voice sound more robotic and Noisy. Applied to an entire track. Effects the legato and timbre.

Volume (VOL): Makes a voice louder or softer and adjusts the dynamics. This can also be used to manually do attacks.

Opening (OPN): Adjusts how open the mouth is and affects the clearness. Vowels are affected more than consonants.

Pitch Shift (PTS): Creates pitch bends and allows you to edit the portomito. This can be edited on the piano roll.

Region Expression (RX): Adds expression types to notes and the drawn parameter controls the intensity. Uses extra samples.

System Requirements

Windows

OS: Windows 7, 8 or 10 (32/64 bit)

CPU: Intel Core i5 or similar

RAM: 6GB

HHD: TBD

Supported Interfaces: Standalone, VST, AAX

Other: Internet connection for installation and activation, Graphics card that supports OpenGL 2.1 or higher, Kontakt 6 or Kontakt 6 Player

Mac

OS: macOS 10.13, 10.14, 10.15 or 11 (64 bit)

CPU: i5

RAM: 6GB

HHD: TBD

Supported Interfaces: Standalone, VST, AU, AAX

Other: Internet connection for installation and activation, Graphics card that supports OpenGL 2.1 or higher, Kontakt 6 or Kontakt 6 Player

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