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2011-03-28 17:19:36
2011-03-28 17:19:36

Vocaloid isn't a cartoon, it's a Vocal simulation programme which allows music producers to use to make vocals for the music they make.

There are over 20 Vocaloids, and more are being improved and released. To find more about it, wikipedia Vocaloid.


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Vocaloid characters would definitely win.

VOCALOID is NOT a cartoon nor an anime. It is just a singing synthesis program made by Kenmochi Hideki and other companies.

No, Vocaloid is a voice synthesizer program. However there is a manga and a video game out featuring the Vocaloid characters.

One would assume so, They are Vocal Android's Therefore the name Vocaloid

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Yowane Haku is one of the many vocaloid mascots/characters, vocaloid is a computer system used to create artificial voices for characters, which are then paired to animations and background music created by a real band.

no vocaloid is a music program and they are just characters with a voice some people like to pair characters together but there are no offical parings it is up to you you can pair any character with any character that you want.

Miku is part of a Japanese voice synthesizer named VOCALOID not an anime

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The difference is simple - Two different programs created by two different companies. UTAU came after Vocaloid. While the programs do the same thing the characters are different (For example, Miku Hatsune is a Vocaloid and Teto Kasane is a UTAU) and if you try loading a UTAU into the Vocaloid program it won't work.

Vocaloid is not an anime because, well, vocaloid is a program made in Japan where you buy the characters and the sets and you can make your own videos. Sometimes they're fan-made and other times they're made by the actual people. So, to answer your question, Vocaloid is a program, not an anime or manga. Vocaloid isn't an anime, but they have made a manga of it. It's called Hatsune Mix, and you can read it on

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MMD, or MikuMikuDance, is not the same thing as VOCALOID, as some people may think. It is a program in which the user can take VOCALOID characters and make movies using frame-by-frame motion. You do this by moving their bones and joints, then setting it each frame.Hope this helps~

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