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Answered 2010-12-22 19:28:44

Just to inform you, Vocaloid is a software. And mainly if you want to make something simliar to a vocaloid (music wise) people usually use Utau, I'm not sure how it works, but it's a way where you could make your own vocaloid, but instead call it an Utau.

If you're tyring to find out how to make a vocaloid costume for your own character. There are quite a few Vocaloid Dress up games on, if you want to draw it for example, it's probably best to do some research on other vocaloids or Utaus to come up with your own ideas.


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Kenmochi Hideki is the maker of vocaloid.

Just create your own Vocaloid, based on your favorite.

vocaloid is not a show, it is a software that you put in melodies and lyrics to make them sing Good places to watch Vocaloid are: Youtube and Nico Nico Douga.

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.

Teto Kasane is both somewhat a Vocaloid and a UTAUloid. Utau is like Vocaloid only thing is you can make your own voice into a UTAUloid and its free. But it is very hard to use. If you go on or you will probably see alot of UTAUloids and fanmade ones. The big difference of Vocaloids and UTAUloids are UTAUloids sound not as good as Vocaloids. But both have MMD Models. She is a Vocaloid character, but she is also part of the UTAUloids.

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 would be like a Japanese glee except vocaloid would actually be good!

SeeU isn't a manga, she's a character in vocaloid 3.....

Hatsune Miku doesn't have a story. She's a Vocaloid. She's not an anime character or anything like that. Although there is a Vocaloid manga called Hatsune Mix.

Yes, Ai is a vocaloid. A vocaloid 3 to be exact.

Teto's character item is, apparently, french bread. Note that Teto Kasane is not a Vocaloid, but an Utauloid for the free singing synthesizer UTAU. Since the Vocaloid and UTAU communities are closely related, Teto and other UTAUloids have many fans within the Vocaloid community and its not surprising to see many songs featuring Teto or other UTAUloids singing alongside their Vocaloid counterparts.

The character Teto comes from the program known as UTAU. The character Miku comes from the program known as Vocaloid.

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).

Piko is the name of both the Vocaloid and the voice provider, who is naturally not a Vocaloid.

Teto is not a Vocaloid. She is an UTAUloid. UTAU is a freely downloadable singing synthesizer program very similar to Vocaloid. Teto was "born" 1 April 2008. She originally started out as a April Fools troll posting to lure Vocaloid fans into thinking a new Vocaloid was being released. Her popularity eventually gave rise to her development as an UTAU voice library. There are nearly 3,000 uploaded songs and videos created featuring her and tens of thousands of art work illustrations. She is a well loved character by both Vocaloid and UTAU fans.

People are not sure if the second VOCALOID for the 1st generation was LEON or LOLA. They were both released on the same day. For VOCALOID 2nd generation, Hatsune Miku was the second VOCALOID after Sweet ANN. Lastly the VOCALOID 3rd generation, VOCALOID SeeU is the 2nd after MEW.

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

No, Akiakane is a Nico Nico Singer; not a Vocaloid.

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.

Yes. Criticism is everywhere. You can find it on Youtube Videos, Vocaloid communities, ect.

Kagamine Len, 14, of Yamaha's-powered Vocaloid Engine 2, created by Crypton, is a male. But the person who does lens voice is also played by the person who plays rin kagamine who is a female, but his character is a male

Akita Neru ain't a Vocaloid from the start.

It depends how you want to sort the Vocaloids. If you sort by product release order (this includes all the various Appends, Extends, and updates), Lapis is the 36th Vocaloid product you could buy. If you sort by when the character was first introduced in a product (don't count Appends, Extends, and updates), Lapis is the 32nd Vocaloid.

Yamaha created and developed the Vocaloid technology. See the Vocaloid wiki article for more details about the technology and its impact on the internet.

Vocaloid is a program used to simulate a human voice for use in songs. Hatsune Miku is a popular Japanese Vocaloid.

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