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Vocaloid - IRP
Transcript of Vocaloid - IRP
What's Vocaloid, anyway?
- A singing synthesizer
- Synthesizer sings the words that the user puts in to the music that the user plays
- Decides which words to stress, which tone of voice to use, the dynamics, and the pronounciation of each word
- Currently available in English and Japanese, but Vocaloid 3 is available in Spanish, Chinese, and Korean
History and Technology
- Developed through a joint research project led by Kenmochi Hideki in Spain (2000)
- Sponsered by Yamaha
- A company making Vocaloid is Crypton Future Media
- Voices used are actually known as singers
- Each voice is given a name, character profile, and songs that they are known for
- Most popular vocaloid
- Name translates to "the first sound from the future"
- Voice is based off of Saki Fujita
Rin and Len Kagamine
- Second product released
- Both voiced by the same person, Asami Shimoda
- Names are based on Left and Right.
Kaito and Meiko
- Kaito was a failure
- Meiko was more successfull, selling 3000+ copies of her software in her first year
Meiko: November 5th, 2004
Kaito: February 17, 2006
August 31st, 2007
December 27, 2007
- Released on January 30, 2009
- Name means "songs to all around the world as scent spreads"
- Voiced by Yū Asakawa
- Software is available in Japanese and English.
- Name means "Get bored" and "Go to sleep"
- Originally fan made until Crypton Future Media accepted her into Vocaloid for commercial use
- Not sang any songs
- Also fan-made
- Came from an April Fool's joke
- Her signature song is "Song of Eared Robot"
Songs participated in:
The only song that features both vocaloids in the same video is "Triple Baka", with Miku, Neru, and Teto.
- Mascot character of Megpoid
- Voice is based off of Megumi Nakajim.
- Name means "to say negative thoughts" or "to show white feather".
- Released on November 21st, 2007
- Her existence is based on failure.
Haku is a negative parody of Miku, and Gumi comes in 4 versions: Adult Gumi, Power Gumi, Whisper Gumi, and Sweet Gumi.
Haku's song: Shiro no Musume, "Daughter of White"
Gumi's song "Stay Alive"
Vocaloid Live Concert
-Many live concerts have been performed
- Hologram is made that is 3D
- Most recent concert was March 9th, 2011, and the concert that took place this year was on March 8th, 2012.
Videos from last year's concert:
The only Vocaloid2 that comes in English is Luka Megurine, however Vocaloid3 will include more English singing vocaloids.
An English Version of "Melt" by Megurine Luka:
- Vocaloids are becoming more popular every year, and new kinds of vocaloids are being released
Luka Megurine- Double Lariat
Speed of Songs
Vocaloids can sing as fast as wanted, this being shown in the song "The Disapperence of Miku Hatsune". The following video is a live video of the song "Two-faced Lovers", which is sang at a very fast speed.
Rin and Len Kagamine-
Trick or Treat
Hajimete no Oto "The First Sound", by Miku Hatsune
- Another type of Vocaloid is a Human Vocaloid
These are a few of the Vocaloids and their songs:
Luka Luka NIght Fever
Servant of Evil/Daughter of Evil
Len and Rin Kagamine