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CANTOR demos
Jul 16 2004
16:39
mrdudo
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Hi,

I am Harry from Germany, new here, not yet an owner of any Vocaloid product and very much interested in your thoughts about the Virsyn Cantor demos that are available now on their webside (compared to the Vocaloid software you own)… http://www.virsyn.de

thnakx in advance

Harry

Jul 16 2004
21:53
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I’ve not tried the demo software but I think the sound examples are not a good advert for Cantor. They are even worse than the first ones for Vocaloid Leon and Lola. The start of Killing Me Softly was not too bad.

It’s not cheap either, so if I was starting new I would still go for Lola (or Miriam actually if I didn’t have Lola).

I should point out that I’m judging this by realistic human voice and I’m not interested in the strange noises (well stranger than it already makes) that are possible.

Hope this helps.

Aug 1 2004
14:58
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As a fan and user of Vocaloid I have to say I really like Cantor too. The demo is confusing me though, when I click in the arranger it makes copies of other words and it looks like a bug to me. But overall, Cantor has a smooth usability that Vocaloid lacks!

Mar 21 2006
23:09
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I tried the CANTOR demo.

The realtime synthesis is pretty fast and really impressive.
I think because the program doesn’t use an extensive sampling library.

the words “open your eyes” sound like “open your arse” <img class=” />
(but only on my default audio device)

If you take some time loading the demo mid’s & voices you’ll find that this synth is more machine than human. But the handling of parameters to get expressions seems really good and it might just be the best instrument for me.

The CANTOR VST can be tested by dragging the ddl to the plugin directory. The cool thing is that the VST has a score with the lyrics.

Vocaloid has a more natural voice but I wish it had this usability!
I use Live5 but cannot use VOCALOID to it’s full potential.

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