Hayden, Eri, Sheena, and Wei Shu: Four NEW voice databases from Dreamtonics now available

Here’s a teaser of four new voice databases we have coming up:

Hayden - An English male voice database featuring high, crisp tones, with an attractive huskiness on the low to middle tones. Hayden showcases a soft, breathy, and even melancholic timbre reminiscent of early-2000s pop and radio alt-punk slow anthems.

Eri - Synthesizer V AI Eri is a Japanese female voice database with a breathy, velvety decadence, most distinctive in the lower tones. Particularly for melodic compositions, Eri features effortless transitions, ranging from a catchy, pop middle range to a powerful falsetto.

Sheena - A bilingual (Japanese and English) female voice featuring a mature and powerful tone mixed with a melancholic, distinct timbre. Her versatility is suited mainly for R&B, soul, blues, and emotive pop.

Wei Shu - Synthesizer V AI Wei Shu is a Cantonese male voice with a soft, whispery, and slightly nasal voice quality, ideal for the low to middle range. In the middle to high range, the voice has a powerful sound, while still maintaining softness. Wei Shu is well-suited not only for ballads, but also for high-tempo electro-pop tunes.


All four new voices are of pretty good quality…

Whoa! I love all 4 voices, but Eri is just, wow〜 I really like her tone :face_with_open_eyes_and_hand_over_mouth::sparkles:
I love the songs too, so lovely!

I find Wei Shu very interesting for me

My wallet is gonna die. :smiling_face_with_tear:


When are the voices in the dreamsonics shop?

The release date has not been announced.

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Can you actually see which microphones were used when recording the voices?

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Some companies publish that sort of information, but not all of them. For example, we know Xia Yu Yao was recorded with a Neumann TLM 103, along with various information about the studio environment.

In most cases though, this information is not mentioned.


All four of these new voices have just been released and are available from the Dreamtonics store:

Additionally, similar to D-Lin and Ritchy, Eri has a feature-limited trial version available so people can try out the Japanese rap functionality before purchasing: index - powered by h5ai v0.29.2 (https://larsjung.de/h5ai/)

I have not verified this last point, but I believe for the moment Japanese rap support is limited to Eri, and will be made available to all AI voice databases in an upcoming update.

Edit: an additional update for most voice databases has been made available which enables Japanese rap support:



Yay! I love Eri! :two_hearts: