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|Short description||Free Singing Synthesis Software|
|Full description||Timidity-UTAULOID is a free replacement for UTAU and VOCALOID. It will include a GNUstep based editor.|
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License: GNU GPLv3+
License note: Original Package is GPL v2
Real name: Masanao Izumo
Role: Maintainer of Timidity
Real name: Tuukka Toivonen
Role: Orignal Author
Real name: Milan Zamazal
Real name: Tobias Platen
Role: Implementation of Singing Voice
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