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Latest revision as of 15:45, February 16, 2019

The following are UTAU Voicebanks that originated from the Philippines.

Most Philippine-made voicebanks are bilingual or multilingual, due to the presence of more than one languages and dialects spoken as lingua franca.

Because of the syllables in Filipino are similar in sound to other SEA language utterances, their voicebanks may have the ability of automatic compatibility with other languages such as Bahasa, Japanese and Malay, however, this needs to be certified by the voicebank author.

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