No, Vocaloid is a voice synthesizer program. However there is a manga and a video game out featuring the Vocaloid characters.
VOCALOID does NOT have an anime. It is just a singing synthesis program.
sorry.....there is no anime for vocaloid, but there are some mangas about them you just need to search.
It is music. It has little to do with anime. The art style is one that resembles much anime but Vocaloid is originally just music/game. Because it was made in japan the art for Vocaloid has come to resemble that of anime and manga. Since then there have been manga books and i think an anime adaptation of sorts.
Vocaloid was made to be a software that sings for you, and looks like a manga character. No, there isn't a anime, but there is Hatsune Mix, a vocaloid-based manga. Also, there's Black Rock Shooter, An anime being made based off of the song by vocaloid Hatsune Miku.
so far there is no vocaloid anime nor do they have plans to make one...it would be like a Japanese glee except vocaloid would actually be good!
No, since Miku is only for Vocaloid purposes there is no movie or anime... but lots of artists make short anime parodies with Vocaloid
Dude, the so-called Miku Vocaloid isn't an anime! It's a voice synthesizer.
Vocaloid fans like Vocaloid. Vocaloid fans are located around the world. Vocaloid fans also have a tendency to like Japanese animation (anime) and comics (manga).
The answer is no, Kasane Teto is not in an anime nor is she an anime character. She's a Vocaloid. There's a link to it in the related links. Also, Vocaloid is not an anime and Yamaha has no plans for making one but there is a manga called Hatsune Mix.
hatsune miku isn't on an anime, shes a vocaloid.
She is not from an anime, She is a Japanese voice synthesizer, The computer programme is called vocaloid
Unfortunately, no. Many fans (like me) are hoping there will be a Vocaloid Anime show.
Well I don't know about Black Rock Shooter but Vocaloid doesn't have any anime based on it. Although there are rumors floating around that they are making one.
Miku is part of a Japanese voice synthesizer named VOCALOID not an anime
VOCALOID is NOT a cartoon nor an anime. It is just a singing synthesis program made by Kenmochi Hideki and other companies.
There isn't an anime for vocaloid, and there wasn't one based off it. Although there is a rumor that there with be a fanime. (anime made by fans) But one of the songs became popular enough to be an anime OVA. It's called black rock shooter by Ryo and Supercell. The character was created by Huke. You can look more into this on wikipedia.
You can Buy them Online or at Anime conventions.. the anime Convention i wen to i got a Miku Hatsune Plush
You cannot buy VOCALOID figurens in the U.S. unless you go to an anime convention or buy them online from Figma or Nendroid.
rin kagamine isn't really from an anime.she is from vocaloid
A otaku is someone who has no life and spends there time watching anime and is probally addicted [like me :D] so a vocaloid otoku is some one watches vocaloid to much and has no social life [I know tr;dl]
I don't really know if there actually is any influenced Anime based off Vocaloid...Black Rock Shooter looks identical to Miku, but Black Rock Shooter was actually made before Miku...so there's actually no relation between Black Rock Shooter and Vocaloid.
Vocaloid isn't an anime, silly. They're voice synthesizers. If you buy one you can enter a tune and lyrics to it and it sings it. They made a manga of Vocaloid though, it's called Hatsune Mix!
No, Hatsune Miku is not an anime. Hatsune Miku is a vocaliod. A vocaliod is a computer generated singer, but Hatsune Miku is by FAR the most popular in Japan.
Vocaloid is not an Anime. So Lucky Star. If you're going to ask which was created first, it is unknown. What I do know is that Vocaloid was created before Lucky Star's Games, Light Novels, Animes, and the second Manga series...the first Manga series of Lucky Star and Vocaloid both were released in January of 2004. Answer 2: VOCALOID was anounced in 2003, and the first VOCALOIDs (LEON and LOLA) were shown at the NAMM Show in Janurary 2004. LEON and LOLA were later released at March 2004.