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|Short description=Free Software singing synthesizer
|Short description=Free Software singing synthesizer
|Full description=Lauloid is a singing synthesis program based on libsms.
|Full description=Lauloid is a singing synthesis program based on libsms.
It aims to be compatible to VOCALOID and UTAU.
It aims to replace the nonfree programs VOCALOID and UTAU while maintaining comatibility.
|Homepage URL=
|Homepage URL=
|Computer languages=c
|Computer languages=c
|Related projects=WORLD, cadencii
|Submitted by=Isengaara
|Submitted by=Isengaara

Revision as of 13:06, 6 September 2013


Lauloid was a singing synthesis program based on libsms. Now the repository includes documentation and scientific papers about the algorithms used in VOCALOID and UTAU. Reverse engineering results of the file formats and example score files will be published in this repo too.


The repository contains unofficial documentation for the proprietary UST and VSQ formats.


released on 17 June 2016

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