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Prima (software)

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Package for Prima
Package for Prima
Developer(s)Zero-G Ltd.
Initial releaseJanuary 14, 2008
February 22, 2008 (Japan)
September 7, 2011 (Taiwan)
    Operating systemWindows
    Available inEnglish
    TypeVocal Synthesizer Application

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    Prima is an English capable female Vocal developed by Zero-G Ltd and released for the Vocaloid 2 software who was based around singing in opera.


    According to Zero-G, they looked at what was missing in Vocaloid and decided that there was a gap for a classical soprano voice. This voice type was decided during MIRIAM's release, along with a choir type voice.[1]

    She was unveiled to the general public in Feb 2007 and was originally set for a Spring 2007 release.[2] Prima was first demonstrated along with Sweet Ann and Big Al at the NAMM show in 2007.

    In the year of 2010, Crypton Future Media produced a ranking of the Vocaloids they sold on their website. Prima was ranked the 9th most popular as they sold, and in the process, the second most popular of the imported Vocaloids that Crypton sold.[3] According to a flyer for discounts on Vocaloid released in 2011, Prima was again ranked as Zero-G's 9th most popular product.[4] In 2012, she was in 20th place.[5]

    She would disappear from the rankings in 2013, to return in 2014 to hold the no.20 spot once again.[6]

    In 2015, she was the only Vocaloid2 vocal to appear on the top products, holding the no. 39 spot.[7]

    Another vocal for Vocaloid 2 called "Tonio" was released in 2010 as her counterpart.


    Originally Prima did not have a profile. When E-Capsule sold her in Taiwan, they added new cover art as well as a biography.

    Name Prima
    Age 18
    Astrological birth sign Capricorn
    Height 156 cm / 5 ft 1 in
    Weight 42 kg / 93 lb
    Suggested music genre Opera and New Age
    Suggested Tempo Range 75~160BPM
    Suggested Vocal Range Eb3~E5

    See also[edit]


    1. [1] New York Times - Could I Get That Song in Elvis, Please?
    2. "Prima – Zero-G announce the first Vocaloid 2 product!". Retrieved 27 April 2016.
    3. "2010売上ランキング – Vocaloid 編". Archived from the original on 4 February 2014. Retrieved 27 April 2016. Unknown parameter |url-status= ignored (help)
    4. "Zero-G Top Ten Best Selling Sample Libraries of 2011". Retrieved 27 April 2016.
    5. "Zero-G Top Ten Best Selling Sample Libraries of 2012". Retrieved 27 April 2016.
    6. "Zero-G Top 40 Best Selling Sample Libraries of 2014". Retrieved 27 April 2016.
    7. "Zero-G Top 50 Best Selling Sample Libraries of 2015". Retrieved 27 April 2016.

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