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In 2015, several V4 versions of vocaloids were released.Yamaha developed Vocaloid-flex, a singing software application based on the Vocaloid engine, which contains a speech synthesizer.If a Vocaloid 2 product is already installed, the user can enable another Vocaloid 2 product by adding its library.The system supports three languages, Japanese, Korean, and English, although other languages may be optional in the future.For example, the voice corresponding to the word "sing" ([s IN]) can be synthesized by concatenating the sequence of diphones "#-s, s-I, I-N, N-#" (# indicating a voiceless phoneme) with the sustained vowel ī.

Several studios are providing updates to allow Vocaloid 2 vocal libraries to come over to Vocaloid 3.

To create a song, the user must input the melody and lyrics.

A piano roll type interface is used to input the melody and the lyrics can be entered on each note.

In October 2014, the first product confirmed for the Vocaloid 4 engine was the English vocal Ruby, whose release was delayed so she could be released on the newer engine.

Soon afterwards, Wat of Crypton Future Media reacted to the news in regards to the upcoming "new Luka vocal".