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SAROS for Synthesizer V Studio - Demos, Range, & Vocal Information

Updated: Nov 3

SAROS is our third vocalist for Synthesizer V Studio - a dynamic and emotive tenor.

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Current Status

SAROS is nearing completion and is expected to release in mid-late November.

Vocal Range

SAROS' voice database is currently still under development, so their exact vocal range is not currently determined, but they are primarily a tenor vocalist.

Vocal Modes

SAROS has 10 vocal modes, with 5 currently revealed: Passionate, Power, Bright, Dark, and Falsetto. The remaining 5 will be revealed soon!

SAROS is currently still under development, so the below information is subject to change.


Recommended Range: A2-G5

Falsetto Begins: A4

Complimentary Duet Modes:

ASTERIAN: Passionate SOLARIA: Passionate

As with SOLARIA & ASTERIAN's versions of this mode, SAROS' "Passionate" mode simply provides their most natural tone, with an enhanced degree of "performance". "Passionate" can be used to add clarity or offset tone for any other vocal mode. Notably, falsetto begins at the exact same part of SAROS' range with "Passionate" enabled, but with less high-frequency breath components.










Pre-Release Demo Songs

SAROS is currently in their pre-release promotional period, so new demonstration songs are still coming up on our social channels. For raw samples of SAROS' demo songs, please check their main page.

SAROS' first pre-release demonstration song is "Movements Align" by ODDEEO. In this piece, ODDEEO showcases a beta version of SAROS, demonstrating their core range and natural expressiveness.

For more on "Movements Align", check out ODDEEO's interview with @EngVocaPromo on Twitter.

"A Starry Farewell" by AIKA shows a more recent version of SAROS' voice, emphasizing the brighter tones of their voice and showing their extended upper range and more feminine tonalities in an emotive piece.

Nine Aetharia further showcases SAROS' core range in both soft & strong tones in the third demo. This piece features a large amount of manual adjustment to SAROS' pronunciation, showing how a user can take advantage of the tools to have SAROS suit their vision.

SAROS takes it up a notch in "Keep Your Eyes On Me" - a high-energy pop song from Koge! This song shows both their strong & soft side in a teasing siren's song set to a strong dance beat, in a more fun and stylized demo song featuring a great degree of manual pitch adjustment.

Promotional Images

For both of our previous vocals' promotional periods, we shared promotional images of them on social media. SAROS will also receive similar promotional work over the course of their showcase period.

User Works

Our vocals so far feature in a great deal of works published online by users, so we have officially set up Spotify artist pages for both of them. SAROS will also be receiving an artist page in the future. Eclipsed Sounds will not take any royalties or streaming revenue from releases using SAROS, and credit of SAROS is completely optional for users.

Feel free to share your own works featuring SAROS using #SynthV_SAROS on social media.

Development Challenges

SAROS, as our most dynamic vocalist yet, presents some development challenges. To ensure the same level of quality as our two previous vocals, we are taking SAROS' development slowly. While a beta version is in use for demonstrations & internal testing, this voice database is a prototype, and many aspects of SAROS still need to be adjusted before we are comfortable making pre-orders available or settling on a final release date.

In our current internal beta version, we are focused on improving the performance of vocal modes. SAROS will likely have more vocal modes available than either of our previous vocals, and their voice database will contain more data than either SOLARIA or ASTERIAN had available. As a result, we are working with an extended timeline to ensure quality, and also hoping to ensure clarity in communication with a longer list of pre-release demonstration songs than provided for either of our previous vocals. If all goes well, we hope to release SAROS before the end of the summer.

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