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Early text-to-speech tools that I tested had limited singing capabilities. I've heard that they evolved and now are available as commercial products. I would like to know what sw can do this and where I can buy such products.

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closed as not constructive by studiohack Mar 27 '11 at 20:25

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I've heard of Vocaloid which seems to be the sort of thing you're looking for but I don't know the field.

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I finally found some Vocaloid products at for $79.99 each – Jader Dias Mar 27 '11 at 17:54

I was also thinking of using regular text to speech tools with Autotune or Celemony's Direct Note Access

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that link is now broken – Beau Dec 1 '15 at 5:27

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