They were originally considered Vocaloids as well because of Teto, the pioneer (if not the first UTAUloid), being attempted to pass off as a real Vocaloid. UTAUloids refer to voice banks that work on Vocal Synthesizer Tool UTAU, with accompanying anime-inspired avatars, just like Crypton's Character Voice Series for VOCALOID. The reason for segregating them is to differentiate them from Fanmade Vocaloids that use existing voices and run on Yamaha's Vocaloid and Vocaloid2 platform, or those supplied with actual singing voices. Because UTAU has the ability to manually import voice sounds from WAV files, it is quite easy to create "our own" UTAUloids- which has resulted in a large boom of voice banks from all over the world.
The only restriction in making an UTAUloid is using voice data unwillingly recorded. Why?
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Single Language UTAUloids
These are UTAUloids designed to sing in one language only. Commonly they are Japanese UTAUloids, whose filenames are in Kana (Katakana and/or Hiragana). Be warned such filenames will not display correctly in Windows systems without setting non-unicode parsing to Japan.
Countries with significant amounts of UTAU voicebanks for this section are represented separately. Similarly, UTAUloids belonging to a family, common banner or group have independent representations as well.
There is an English-only Single Language UTAUloid below.
Japanese voicebanks produced in Japan
These comprises of voicebanks and voice groups/brands that are produced in Japan.
Japan-produced Single Language UTAUloids using Japanese Language To see a comprehensive list, click here.
Japanese voicebanks produced in United States
Comprises of individual voicebanks and groups.