• Western Name:
    Lewis Wendelken
    Eastern Name:
    Name Guide:
    Release Date:
    June 18, 2019
    6'2" (~ 188 cm)
    189 lbs. (~ 86 kg)
    Paris, his company, singing, dancing, hot dogs
    Having his buttons pushed, making others upset, being seen as outdated

    Lewis was constructed in the 1950s by an engineer working for Wendelken Enterprises. When he was shown to the CEO, he was amazed at the craftmanship and made him the mascot of the company. Lewis took the company's name as his surname and assumed the position of the mascot. Wendelken Enterprises distributed a plethora of technologies, ranging from the latest automobiles to children's toys. Lewis was considered a strong selling point, as he was an example of what the engineers were capable of and that he could directly interact with the customer base. While Lewis is present for company meetings and events, he is allowed quite a bit of freedom and can go anywhere during his spare time. Lewis has been innovated since his inception in the 50s, and contains modern updates, such as a bluetooth feature. He was introduced to a fellow robot, Paris Carlisle, whose company went bankrupt while Paris was the only prototype. Wendelken Enterprises bought out Paris' company, and Lewis and Paris began working together. Lewis was programmed with human emotions and a conscience, and soon fell for Paris. Paris and Lewis maintain a loving relationship as Wendelken Enterprises remains a thriving company in the modern age.
  • YouTube Sample:
    UTAU Manager:
    UTAU Voicer:
    File Encoding:
    Romanized Filenames
    OTO.ini Aliasing:
    Kana (Japanese) Aliasing
    Voicebank Configured on:
    Supported Languages:
    • Japanese
    Lewis Wendelken JPN
    • CVVC Japanese
    • Bipitch, two pitches at C#4 and E3
    • Range is tenor.
    • Somewhat warbles in lower range.
    • Sounds best with fresamp and the flags BRE0Y99C99c99H0h0B0b0F1L1
    Lewis Wendelken ENG
    • CVVC English, utilizes SunGaurdian's CVVC English reclist in its original form.
    • Harsh consonants and somewhat choppy in delivery of English due to nature of reclist.
    • Bipitch, two pitches at C#4 and E3
    • Range is tenor.
    • Sounds best with fresamp and the flags BRE0Y99C99c99H0h0B0b0F1L1

    Download: http://www.mediafire.com/file/zwsza4uno9ud1c9/Lewis_Wendelken_CVVC_English.zip/file
  • Mature 18+ Works:
    Permission Not Required
    Character Commercial Use:
    Permission Required
    Voicebank Commercial Use:
    Permission Required
    Derivative Characters or Voicebanks:
    All normal terms of use apply for Lewis.

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