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Transcript of vocaloid
The voice was supplied by a japanese singer Fuga Naoto. however later interest in Kaito arose then Kaito sold well enough to claim the second best seller of the year Nico Nico Market in 2008. Vocaloid What i Like. What are Vocaloids? Vocaloid is a singing synthesizer
application developed by the
Yamaha corporation that enables
users to synthesize singing by typing in lyrics and melody. The first vocaloids. The first vocaloids, Leon and Lola, were released by the studio Zero-G on March 3, 2004,
Both were sold as a "Virtual Soul Vocalist" Hatsune Miku Hatsune Miku is a singing synthesizer application with a humanoid persona, developed by Crypton Future Media.
The name came from First (hatsu) sound (ne) and future (Miku). Kagamine Rin and Len is the second product released on december 27, 2007, they were both provided by seiyu Asami Shimoda. But len was unveiled later after Rin on December 3rd 2007. Kagamine Rin and Len For people who like cats! Happy synthesizer Gee