Zero-G Releases Leon and Lola

Jan 29, 2004 12:00 PM, Editors


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Zero-G announces the release of virtual vocalists synths Leon and Lola, powered by Yamaha Vocaloid® Singing Synthesis Technology. Launched at the Winter NAMM show, they are now available.

The Vocaloid VST/ReWire instrument reads Vocaloid vocal libraries, plays vocal MIDI tracks generated by Vocaloid editor via VST- or ReWire-compatible host sequencers to manipulate voice characteristics.

Vocaloid Leon and Lola feature professional-quality male and female voices in English, offer multiple singing styles including soul and dance music, and vibrato and expression templates templates.

System requirements include Windows XP or Windows 2000; Pentium III, 1 GHz or faster; 512 MB of RAM or more; approximately 700MB hard disk space or more; CD-ROM or DVD-ROM drive; SVGA display (1,024x768); sound card with Microsoft DirectSound-compatible driver; and LAN/network card must be installed or a USB network card must be connected to the USB port. Vocaloid Singing Synthesis Technology requires Windows XP/2000 and Plug-In Instrument (VST/ReWire).

For more about Vocaloid Leon, go to For more about Vocaloid Lola, go to

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