Yamaha announced the release of PC software "VOCALOID4 Library CYBER DIVA" that creates a natural English-speaker singing voice. It is even compatible with death growl vocalization style. Now America can their Hatsune Miku on?
Yamaha announced that they will release new slim TV surround sound system SRT-1000 in early September.
You use SRT-1000 by placing it directly under the TV (up to 55-inch 40kg model). With Yamaha's original Digital Sound Projector technology, the sound of the TV program turns into a beam that echoes off walls so that the TV sounds becomes more powerful and of better quality.
Hey, what was that song called again? Here's a great tool to use during Karaoke.
When you cannot remember the title of a song in your head, the free iPhone/iPod touch application Hiichao Kensaku, just released today by Yamaha, could be helpful.
By playing a minimum of 4 tones on the piano keys displayed on the screen, the application will provide you with search results. After 5 tones, it will start narrowing the search and help you to find the song in your mind easily.
Yamaha is going to release new entry model AV amplifier "RX-V377" for ¥44,000 in mid-March.
Although it's an entry model, RX-V377 has an HDMI input that allows the transmission of 4K Ultra HD images. It's also compatible with 3D image transmission, ARC (Audio Return Channel) and linkage with major companies' TV and recorders.
Light and Bluetooth Yamaha combined a Bluetooth compliant audio system with an ambient light in a lighting audio system called Relit (LSX-700) and it's going to be released in mid-December for 70,000 yen (about $700).