UTAU, short for Ultrasonic Voice Emulator, is a free and open-source software developed to create synthetic singing voices. It is a popular program used by musicians around the world to create music that would otherwise be impossible. For those with Chromebooks, installing UTAU can seem like an intimidating task, as there are several different steps involved in getting it up and running properly. Fear not! In this blog post, we will walk you through the process step-by-step so you too can start creating music using UTAU on your Chromebook!
What is UTAU?
UTAU is a free and open source software for synthesizing singing voices. It can be used to create custom voices for use in speech synthesis or other applications. UTAU is available for Windows, macOS, and Linux.
The software uses a text-to-speech engine to generate vocal output from typed lyrics and musical scores. Users can edit the pitch, timbre, and duration of each note to create realistic or artificial vocal output. The software can also create drum sounds and other non-vocal noises.
UTAU has a wide range of features that make it suitable for both amateur and professional users. The software is constantly being updated with new features and improvements.
Why use UTAU on a Chromebook?
If you’re looking for a free and easy way to create your own songs and artwork, UTAU is a great option. Even better, you can install it on a Chromebook without any hassle. Here’s how:
First, head to the Chrome Web Store and search for “UTAU”. Click “Add to Chrome” on the UTAU app page.
Once it’s installed, open the app and agree to the terms and conditions. Then, follow the prompts to choose a language and set up your user account.
Now you’re ready to start creating! The UTAU interface is pretty straightforward. You can use the tools on the left side of the screen to create notes, edit parameters, and so on. And on the right side, you’ll find a preview window where you can listen to your work in progress.
One of the best things about UTAU is that it comes with a huge library of free voices and art resources. So if you’re not sure where to start, just browse through what’s available and see what inspires you.
Have fun creating!
How to install UTAU on a Chromebook
Chromebooks are becoming increasingly popular, and many people are looking for ways to use them for music production. One of the most popular tools for creating vocal tracks is UTAU, and there are a few different ways to install it on a Chromebook.
The easiest way to install UTAU on a Chromebook is by using Crouton. Crouton is a set of scripts that allows you to run Linux applications on ChromeOS. To install Crouton, you’ll first need to enable Developer Mode on your Chromebook. This can be done by going into the Settings menu and selecting “About ChromeOS.” Under the “Channel” section, select the “Developer – unstable” option. Once Developer Mode has been enabled, open a terminal window and enter the following command:
sudo sh ~/crouton -t xfce4
This will and install Crouton with the XFCE4 desktop environment. Once Crouton has been installed, you can launch it by typing “sudo startxfce4” in the terminal. When XFCE4 launches, you’ll be able to run any Linux application, including UTAU.
Another way to install UTAU on a Chromebook is by using Google’s Crostini project. Crostini is still in development, so it’s not available on all Chromebooks yet. If your Chromebook does support Crostini, you can enable it by going into
Using UTAU on a Chromebook
Since UTAU is a Windows-based program, it cannot be installed directly on a Chromebook. However, there are two ways to use UTAU on a Chromebook: by using a Windows emulator or by using a cloud-based version of UTAU.
To use UTAU on a Chromebook through a Windows emulator, you will first need to install an emulator such as CrossOver Chrome OS. Once installed, you can then follow the instructions for installing UTAU on Windows. Keep in mind that running UTAU through an emulator may decrease its performance.
The other option for using UTAU on a Chromebook is to use a cloud-based version of the program. Cloud-based UTAU programs can be run through an internet browser without the need for any installation. One example of a cloud-based UTAU program is Otomachi Una’s WebUTAU.
We hope this guide has helped you learn how to install UTAU on a Chromebook. With the help of the CrossOver Chrome OS app, it’s easier than ever to get your favorite Vocal Synthesizer operating system up and running on your device. Whether you are using UTAU for creating music or just having fun, it’s a great tool to have in your arsenal – so go ahead and give it a try!