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This article is about the Synthesizer V Studio software known as a voice database. If you are looking for the Synthesizer V character then click here.


On June 30, 2020, it was announced that AiKO would receive an update to Synthesizer V Studio. She was released as digital copies for the new engine on July 15. Options for a bundle with the Synthesizer V Studio engine were offered on ANiCUTE to members only. On July 30, she received a Lite voice database, which was a free version that was ideal for trying her out.[1]

Voice Database Information[]


There were no demonstrations of AiKO for Synthesizer V Studio.

Voice Databases[]

Product Information
  Pitch Group: D4, A3, F4[2]

  Lite Version Available?: Yes  Starter Pack Available?: Yes  Web Version Available?: No

Package details as noted:
AiKO retains around the same sound as her original Synthesizer V release.

Vocal traits as noted:
The traits may remain similar to her original Synthesizer V voice database, which includes her sweet and natural sounding voice. The Synthesizer V Studio version may also remain as "easy to use".

Phonetic notes as noted:
Phoneme format: Xsampa

Software issues as noted:
As the Lite voice databases are generally restricted to monopitch (one pitch) only, AiKO's range is noted to be D4 in this version.

System requirements as noted:

Hardware Requirements:[3]

  • Processor: Intel Core i5 processor or equivalent AMD processor
  • Memory: 2GB+
  • Disk Space: 1GB (For one voice database installation)

Software Requirements:

  • Operating System:
    • Microsoft Windows 8.1 or later (32/64 bit)
    • Ubuntu 16.04 or later (64 bit)
    • MacOS 10.11 (El Capitan) or later

License agreements as noted:
  • When using the Lite version of this voice database, "This work uses the Lite version" must be mentioned on any uploads. Commercial use is also not allowed.

Voice database sample
  • AiKO Standard Solfège:
  • AiKO Standard Lite Solfège:
  • A preview of AiKO's Synthesizer V Studio Standard voice database (provided by the Dreamtonics website):