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Transcript of Vocaloid
Vocaloid? Vocaloid is a series of voice synthesizers first developed by Yamaha in 2004. Vocaloids are created by recording a person's voice and then setting the recordings into a computer. Vocaloids are created by multiple companies working with Yamaha. Today, there are over 40 different Vocaloids in five different languages. Singers of the Future The First Vocaloids Crypton Future Media released Hatsune Miku, voiced by Saki Fujita, as the first Japanese Vocaloid on the Vocaloid2 engine on August 31, 2007. She was a huge success, quickly gained fans through a popular internet meme, "Ievan Polkka." Today, she is THE most popular singer in Japan despite being a computer. (In fact, being a computer might have boosted her popularity.) Then Hatune Miku Came... Black Rock Shooter
Last Night, Good Night
Miku Miku ni Shite Ageru
Po Pi Po
Romeo and Cinderella
The Disappearance of Hatsune Miku
VOC@LOID in Love
World is Mine Examples of Songs- The first Vocaloids released were LEON, LOLA, and MIRIAM. All three of these were released by Zero-G Ltd. and speak English. Shortly after, MEIKO and KAITO became the first Japanese Vocaloids. Because they are computers, anybody can buy one and write music for them! Crypton Future Media continue creating Vocaloids who also received great popularity.
Kagamine Rin and Len, both voiced by Asami Shimoda, was released on December 27, 2007. To date, they are the only pair of Vocaloids to come in a single box.
Megurine Luka, voiced by Yu Asakawa, was released on January 30, 2009. She is the first biligual Vocaloid, able to sing in Japanese and English.
Crypton's first Vocaloids, Meiko and Kaito, also gained an increase in sales. Remote Control
Trick and Treat
Butterfly on Your Right Shoulder Example of Rin Songs- Example of Luka Songs- Akahitoha
Just Be Friends
Luka Luka Night Fever
The Wanderlast Example of Len Songs- Example of Rin and Len Duet Songs- Daughter of Evil
Meltdown Fire Flower
Servant of Evil Another Japanese Company, INTERNET Co.,Ltd, also had some success in the Vocaloid industry.
Kamui Gakupo, voiced by the popular singer Gackt, was released on July 31, 2008.
Gumi, voiced by Megumi Nakajima, was released on June 26, 2009.
These two Vocaloids, along with the six from Crypton, is often concertered the eight most popular Vocaloids of all time.
Other INTERNET Co. Vocaloids include Lily, voiced by Yuri Masuda, and Ryuto, voiced by Kuniko Amemiya. INTERNET Co. Vocaloids Coward Mont Blanc
Life Reset Button
Time-Warped After Chopping My Stag Beetle
The Madness of Duke Venomania
Paranoid Doll Examples of Gumi and Gakupo Songs- AH-Software also released some Japanese Vocaloids:
SF-A2 miki, voiced by Miki Furukawa.
Kaai Yuki, voiced by a child.
Hiyama Kiyoteru, voiced by Kiyoshi Hiyama.
And Nekomura Iroha.
Ki/oon Records released a single Vocaloid; Utatane Piko, who was voiced by a popular Nico Nico singer.
Yamaha decided to make their own Vocaloids in partnership with Bplats,Inc.. Thus VY1 and VY2 was released. More Japanese Vocaloid Although most of the Vocaloids were Japanese, English Vocaloids continued to be developed.
Zero-G Ltd. released Prima and Tonio, who were both meant to sing Opera. They also released Sonika, who was voiced by an amateur singer.
PowerFX Systems AB was the first to release a Vocaloid on the Vocaloid2 engine. They released Sweet Ann and, after much delay, Big Al. Engloids