Welcome to the Piapro Wiki!

Welcome to the Piapro Wiki

This is the Piapro wiki, a wiki dedicated to covering the Piapro Studio™ software, related websites, and its development. This wiki is designed to cover the development of Crypton Future Media, Inc. software and their characters, as well as related songs, merchandise and other subjects related to the characters using its software.

Please help us expand our knowledge on Piapro Studio and share that information with other Piapro Studio fans. Everyone is welcome to edit freely; all we ask is that you refrain from non-productive edits, acts of vandalism, and be nice to other editors. These actions will help this Wikia maintain a safe, friendly working environment for all.

Website: Crypton Future Media, Inc. homepage.

What is Piapro Studio?

Piapro Studio is a vocal synthesizer developed by Crypton Future Media Inc., due to be released in 2020. The software is designed to help Crypton Future Media develop Hatsune Miku and their other vocals the way they would like them to be. Piapro Studio has been integrated in products such as Presonus's Studio One.

To begin, read the article Piapro Studio to learn more about the software.

Current VOCALOID API powered versions have the interface available in Japanese, English and Chinese.

Official Piapro Characters

Important layout Poll

The current set up for the wiki is to have the Kagamines on the same page. This is a tradition carried over from the Vocaloid wiki and is owed to the fact they are never released separately, as explained by Wat they are "one soul split between two bodies". Should this wiki continue the tradition, or should the page be broken into two separate pages?

The poll was created at 22:24 on October 19, 2019, and so far 98 people voted.


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  • Crypton Future Media Ltd. announced Hatsune Miku NT is under development. She will be released with the new Piapro Studio called Piapro Studio for NT. If preorders for Miku NT have been placed, customers can use her Original voicebank in March. The full package will be released sometime in August of 2020. The engine will not use VOCALOID API, and VOCALOID project files cannot be read by the editor. (25 December, 2019)



Site Poll

Are you planning on buying CFM's new engine when it comes out in 2020?

The poll was created at 09:49 on October 1, 2019, and so far 33 people voted.
Would you buy this engine over the latest VOCALOID engine version?

The poll was created at 09:52 on October 1, 2019, and so far 20 people voted.
Favourite released vocal?

The poll was created at 09:52 on October 1, 2019, and so far 20 people voted.
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