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Oliver (software)

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Initial releaseDecember 21, 2011
    Operating systemWindows
    Available inEnglish
    TypeVocal Synthesizer Application

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    Oliver is an English-speaking Vocaloid developed by VocaTone and distributed by PowerFX who was released for Vocaloid 3. He was the first English Vocaloid to gain a large amount of popularity, owed mostly to his usage in the show Bee and PuppyCat as featured on the Cartoon Hangover YouTube channel.


    Oliver's production began a year before his release; his voice was recorded by a (then) 13-year-old British boy. He was recorded at a London studio.[1] According to an interview in 2013, the boy selected for the role of OLIVER's voice was able to concentrate better than some of the adults they had used in the past. The boy was chosen from a children's choir; the choir leader was known by a friend of Anders and was asked for suitable candidates. OLIVER's provider was chosen for his ability to read the English script clearly and maintain maturity despite the young age.[2]


    Oliver was introduced to Vocaloid fans via forums and information was passed freely. The feedback and reactions were better received overall than the past with other vocals, making this approach one of the companies' most successful marketing attempts on any vocals. According to Anders', OLIVER was easy to market, but they wanted to avoid making him "too cute".[2]

    Like Sweet Ann and Big Al, he is based on a Frankenstein's monster.

    Name Oliver
    Age 12[3][4]

    See also[edit]


    1. "初音ミクみく 初音ミク 6th Anniversaryニコ生で『初音ミクV3 ENGLISH』発売記念特集". Retrieved 2016-03-18.
    2. 2.0 2.1 MikuStar's blog - Q&A With Anders Sodergren
    3. "Vocatone's products". Archived from the original on 2015-11-05. Retrieved 2016-03-18. Unknown parameter |url-status= ignored (help)
    4. "PowerFX". Retrieved 2016-03-18.

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