This is a thread to keep track of my main UTAU. Primary (Product) Name: VoXenuS - [The] Voice Within Us - Deity of Emotion Secondary (Character) Name: Hikaru Yami - 光るヤミ - shining, glowing (Hikaru/光る/ヒカル) - darkness (Yami/闇/ヤミ) VoXenuS is a multilingual, multi-expression UTAU. VoXenuS doesn't have a set design or a character, and is free to interpretation. The only fixed information is that he's male. Yami, on the other hand, has a (vast) backstory, but this information doesn't affect VoXenuS in any way (similar to unity-chan! and AKAZA). VoXenuS is the product while Yami is just a character using its voice. Spoiler: Languages Phase 1: World Series Languages I'm positive about recording > English > Esperanto > French > Japanese > Spanish Languages I'm considering to record > Dutch > Italian > Finnish > German > Greek > Hebrew > Korean > Mandarin Chinese > Portuguese > Russian Spoiler: Lists of banks Phase 2: Eternal Expression Based on the original concept behind Yami, each bank will cover three tones in natural ascension of pitch: Dark, Shadow, and Light. (~F2 - F4) Main Banks VoXenuS_Eclipse (Natural) VoXenuS_Soul/Strong (Power/Solid) VoXenuS_Noct/Brittle* (Mellow) VoXenuS_Sky/Flight (Soft) VoXenuS_Lune/Livid* (Gentle) Consdering - extra expression (an extra pitch or two on the main bank) VoXenuS_Sharp (Weak) VoXenuS_Dull (Sharp) Extensions These banks would not have tone variations VoXenuS_Growl VoXenuS_Falsetto VoXenuS_Whisper * - name subject to change Spoiler: Final Pitches The main banks would contain 6 pitches each (F2, A2, C#3, F3, A3, and C#4) The Whisper bank would contain 7 pitches (D2, F2, A2, C#3, F3, A3, and C#4) The Growl bank would be recorded at E2 (subject to change) The Falsetto bank would be recorded at G4 (subject to change), and may up to 3 different variants depending on the tone. There's an unknown bank I haven't decided on yet. I'm also thinking of making TTS banks to be released along side the bank for most of the languages. Spoiler: TTS Variants > Natural > Meak > Aggressive > Kind Below are some samples of that can give you an idea of how VoXenuS will turn out in term of tone. Spoiler: Current Japanese English https://clyp.it/31rvg0k3 Feel free to give any advice, suggestions, or just your general opinion.