Zero-G Miriam (MIRIAM - Female Vocalist)Item ID: MIRIAM
Virtual Female Vocalist - VST and ReWire - PC
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Add premium female vocals to your studio!Miriam — the virtual female vocalist modeled on Miriam Stockley — gives you the power to add a realistic female voice to your compositions. Powered by Vocaloid technology, Miriam will hit the notes every time with pitch-perfect accuracy. Perfect for crafting vocal lines in any style of music, you've got access to any word in the English language. With this virtual singer, you have the ability to create vocal lines that sound so real, no one will be able to tell the difference. Get access to a professional singer at any time with this amazing tool — add Miriam to your stable of tools!
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I've struggled with mine and given up
by Lance Lindley from Yokosuka, JapanSearch Vocaloid Miriam on YouTube and you'll hear some pretty fair work turned out using her as the vocalist; but I personally found the software (which is actually very old software) to be buggy -- i... read more [+]t crashes constantly on Win7 -- and a real struggle to work with to obtain anything remotely human sounding. The basic operation is simple enough depending on what other software you are using. For me, I would just sing the line in Studio One that I wanted Miriam to sing, then used Melodyne to save the vocal line as midi, then I opened the midi in Vocaloid and typed in the lyrics -- saving frequently to get through the crashes. Unfortunately, the result was worse than a vocoder in most instances. There are numerous parameters one can tweak to try to make Miriam sound more human, but very little explanation on the documentation on what they exactly do or how best to implement them. Mostly, the manual says, "experiment" and find what works best. Well, what worked best for me was letting her sing some "ahs" in the background, buried in reverb and echo so as to disguise her computerized sound on even those. Again, there are people posting on YouTube who have had a lot more success than me, but for me it was just way too much effort and the crashes far too frustrating to make me feel like I hadn't wasted the money. close [-]
May 2, 2011
Music Background: Hobbyist Songwriter
Todd, Dunedin, FL