Yamaha has posted a new press release describing VOCALOID NET, their upcoming cloud platform. Launching in July, VOCALOID NET will be a members-only service aimed at aiding users with the creation of VOCALOID music. At launch, the platform will feature two services — VOCALODUCER, an automatic music generator service previously only available to commercial partners, and VOCALOSTORAGE, in-the-cloud storage allowing seamless transfer of song data between applications. VOCALODUCER will allow a user to create a song simply by entering lyrics and selecting a melody and singer. An advanced mode will allow selecting of musical genre, accompaniment style, and chord progressions, etc. VOCALOSTORAGE, meanwhile, will allow enabled applications to directly save and load files via the cloud. Basic membership will be free, but it is limited to 500MB of storage and the basic version of VOCALODUCER, whereas the 500 JPY per month premium membership plan will come with 5GB of storage and access to VOCALODUCER feature updates. A teaser webpage is currently up with a short promotional video as well as a countdown to the start of Chokaigi, where Yamaha will be demonstrating the service at the VOCALOID NET booth.