Yamaha has announced on their website the opening of a teaser site for their upcoming VOCALOID3 library titled “ZOLA PROJECT”. This library is being developed in commemoration of the 10th year anniversary of Yamaha’s announcement of VOCALOID and may be the “multi-singer” library announced by Kenmochi during an episode of Dream Creator. The teaser website currently consists of a logo with what appears to be the kanji 宙 with dakuten attached, as well as the words “ZOLA PROJECT”. A possible reading of 宙 happens to be “sora” and the dakuten converts it into “zora”. A footnote explains that ZOLA is an acronym of “Zenithal Operated Liaison Aggregation”, with the latter two words supporting the idea that this is a voice bank involving multiple voices singing together. The “Zenithal” along with the kanji seems to indicate some sort of relationship to the sky or things high above. The news bulletin from Yamaha indicates that more information will be published in an upcoming issue of “VOCALOID wo Tanoshimou” (Let’s Enjoy VOCALOID), which comes out on March 11.