Well, you're not going to be able to recreate a female soprano operatic vocalist with a synthesizer.
This is a sound I'd also been trying to hunt for years. There are lots of Soprano solo libraries out for Kontakt now that could do the job, but the closest I get to having this sound is from Omnisphere, which has the vibrato and such built in. That is definitely not a cheap place to get that instrument from, but it's the closest I've heard to what you're going for here yet (and if you're not already loaded up on instruments or are saving up for something, I recommend Omnisphere anyway).
Going to post in a couple of nice pieces that I worked on over the past two weeks!
I received my first art commission not too long ago and they asked for a flat-shaded chibi of Mei from Overwatch! She was very fun to draw and very handy to bring her detailed costume into a much smaller and compact form.
And as part of an an-going collaboration illustrating female Fire Emblem series characters, this is one I worked on for Calill from the GameCube title Path of Radiance. I filled in for an artist that didn't make it but I ended up putting her in a position that would highlight her stuck-up nature.
Thanks for visiting! I would've made the links show up as embedded images, but I don't know what I'd need to do to make them smaller in the browser o_O
There's a certain vocal synth or sample that I've noticed in a few places and I'm wondering how to properly recreate it
I'll time link some examples
it's also used (unsurprisingly, Bravely Default composer) in a few Sound Horizon songs
Last one might be a real voice but I'm including it cause it sounds close enough.
Anyone know if this is a sample from some sound module, or is it just something you can easily recreate in a synth? I'm not too great at recreating sounds so I thought I'd ask here