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Cul (software)

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Package for Cul
Developer(s)Internet Co., Ltd.
Initial releaseDecember 22, 2011
    Operating systemWindows
    PlatformPC, Mac
    Available inJapanese
    TypeVocal Synthesizer Application

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    Cul (カル) is a female vocal for Vocaloid 3, her voice is based on samples from Eri Kitamura.


    Cul was originally a mascot of VOCALO Revolution a Vocaloid related TV program that aired in Japan in January 2011. She originally used the vocal of Vocaloid 2 vocal VY1 to "sing".[1]

    On June 8, 2011, Yamaha announced that CUL would become a real Vocaloid, with Eri Kitamura for her voice samples. The publisher was to be Internet Co., Ltd. Noboru mentioned that Cul was a hard vocal to produce as when synthesized she gave a result that was under quality. Noboru mentioned they had to scrap her original vocal and rebuild it from scratch. They had to re-build the vocal twice, though no re-recordings were involved.

    In July 2013, Internet co.,Ltd announced a Mac update of this product for the Vocaloid Neo engine.[2]


    Originally, CUL was released without background information. However, the information was posted for her in 2013 when she was featured in a special event.

    Name Cul
    Release December 22, 2011
    Age 16
    Height 157 cm / 5 ft 2 in
    Weight Secret
    Suggested Tempo 40 ~ 200BPM
    Suggested Vocal Range F2 ~ E4

    Video game[edit]

    Cul appeared in an iOS game called "Vocadol" along with Vocals Anon & Kanon, Lily, Aoki Lapis, Merli, VY1 and Kokone.[3]


    1. "初音ミクみく". Retrieved 27 April 2016.
    2. "INTERNET Talks Mac". Vocaloidism. 25 July 2013. Retrieved 27 April 2016.
    3. "VOCADOL". Archived from the original on 26 August 2017. Retrieved 27 April 2016. Unknown parameter |url-status= ignored (help)

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