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AH Software

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Area served  Japan
Services  Online shopping
Type of business  Public KK (unlisted)
Products  List
Founded  22 August 2005
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Industry  Software, hardware, digital content, IT solutions
Headquarters  Waseda Bldg. 6F, 7-7-7 Ueno, Taito-ku, Tokyo 110-0005 Japan
Key people  Tomohide Ogata, President & CEO

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AH-Software is the software brand of AHS Co., Ltd., an importer of digital audio workstations and encoders in Tokyo, Japan. It is also known as the developer of Voiceroid and a number of Vocaloid voicebanks.


Vocaloid products

AHS released their first Vocaloids on December 4, 2009, named SF-A2 Miki, Kaai Yuki, and Hiyama Kiyoteru. Kaai Yuki became the first Vocaloid to use a child's voice. AHS also published a Hello Kitty-based Vocaloid, "Nekomura Iroha", based on the Kittyler featured in the game Hello Kitty to Issho! Block Crash 123!! in cooperation with Sanrio. AHS are also heading the first project led by producers working with the software.

Speech synthesis

  • Voiceroid
  • Tsukuyomi Shouta; based on a seven-year-old male.
  • Tsukuyomi Ai; based on a five-year-old female.
  • Yoshida-Kun; based on the character from Eagle Talon.
  • Tsurumaki Maki; a teenage female musician voiced by Tomoe Tamiyasu.
  • Tohoku Zunko; a teenage female created to promote the recovery of the Tohoku region. She was released as a Vocaloid on June 5, 2014.
  • Kotonoha Akane惻Aoi; two females that are a pair of sisters.
  • Sound editing and recording

  • Crazy Talk SE.
  • Jam Band
  • References

    AH-Software Wikipedia