This is the quiestion I asked ElectroSpit on Republic
I would like to say that: I think this is a great idea from a musician's standpoint! My question is: Do you feel that the technology and software would be able to use with Vocaloid or a similar product in the future?
I understand the Midi part; however, I‘m looking at the synthesizes of vocal(s) like emulating a person's favorite singer or actor in the future. I understand that it is hard to emulate vocals.  Companies like Yahama have a strong foothold in the digital modeling world. A good example of this case be seen in Line 6  and their Helix Line (Line 6), which emulation guitars amps, and their guitars line: Variax (that emulates other guitars. Line 6 and Vocaliods are subsidiaries of Yahama. In an early comment on Republic, which is what I based my question on, I believe this would be a great exit strategy.
Based on this my opinion, I feel that having a strong interplay with Vocaloid and video games and VR would make a Japanese company (that of Yahama)  more willing to engage in a company that shares both Musicians; as well as, Gamers (that of VR gamers).
Does your company also have any plan(s) to expand to VR or have any plans for a gaming agenda? As all ways, thank you for your time!
This is the quiestion I asked ElectroSpit on Republic I would like to say that: I think this is a great idea from a musician's standpoint! My question is: Do you feel that the technology and software would be able to use with Vocaloid or a similar product in the future? I understand the Midi part; however, I‘m looking at the synthesizes of vocal(s) like emulating a person's favorite singer or actor in the future. I understand that it is hard to emulate vocals.  Companies like Yahama have a strong foothold in the digital modeling world. A good example of this case be seen in Line 6  and their Helix Line (Line 6), which emulation guitars amps, and their guitars line: Variax (that emulates other guitars. Line 6 and Vocaliods are subsidiaries of Yahama. In an early comment on Republic, which is what I based my question on, I believe this would be a great exit strategy. Based on this my opinion, I feel that having a strong interplay with Vocaloid and video games and VR would make a Japanese company (that of Yahama)  more willing to engage in a company that shares both Musicians; as well as, Gamers (that of VR gamers). Does your company also have any plan(s) to expand to VR or have any plans for a gaming agenda? As all ways, thank you for your time!
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