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Vocaloid is recorded program voiced by Singers and Voice actors (mostly). You have to buy VOCALOIDs to make a VOCALOID sing . There is no such thing called utauloids just UTAU. UTAU is a singing program same as VOCALOID, Cantor, etc. UTAU is a free voicebank that you can download and it's sang by a coumputer.

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there is a game based on vocaloids, but originally its a program.


UTAU is basically fan-made vocaloids. The better made they are, the more popular. But these vocaloids sound more robotic. Vocaloids like Neru and Haku and just higher and lower versions and Rin and Miku. They are classified as UTAU because they are fan-made, but have clearer voices because they are from official vocaloids. Vocaloid is official software that can be bought, while Utau is downloadable and free. some say vocaloids are easier to use than UTAUloids. Glad i could help!


There are a lot of VOCALOIDs. VOCALOIDs are now up to at least 45, and their are more than 60 voicebanks.


No. VOCALOIDs are not couples. VOCALOIDs do not have to deal with anime or couples. It's only a singing program.


Well, if your going in chronilogical order it goes: First generation vocaloids (MEIKO, KAITO, ...etc) Second generation vocaloids (Miku, Rin, Len, Luka...etc) Utauloids or UTAU's (Teto, Neru, ...etc)


There is no any other VOCALOIDs. All vocals found in VOCALOID wikia are the original VOCALOIDs made buy actual music/recording companies. Haku Yowane, Akita Neru, and Hatsune Mikuo etc. are fanmade based of the VOCALOIDs voicebanks.


Every VOCALOIDs have diffrent prices. The cheapest VOCALOID is currently $40 dollars and the highest price is about $400. You can buy the VOCALOIDs in their company's website.


In alphabetical order with released Vocaloids so far with some upcoming confirmed Vocaloids. English Vocaloids: Big Al Leon Lola Miriam Oliver Prima SONIKA Sweet Ann Tonio Japanese Vocaloids: VY1 "Mizki" VY2 "Yuuma" Akikoroid-chan Aoki Lapis CUL Gakupo GUMI Hatsune Miku Hibiki Lui Hiyama Kiyoteru IA Kaai Yuki Kagamine Rin Kagamine Len KAITO Lily Megurine Luka MEIKO Mew Miki (SF-A2 Miki) Nekomura Iroha Ring Suzune Ryuuto Tone Rion Utatane Pico Weatherloid Yuzuki Yukari Chinese Vocaloids: "Yayin Gongyu" - probably will not be the official name Spanish Vocaloids: Bruno Clara Korean Vocaloids: SeeU English Vocaloids: Leon, Lola, Miriam, Prima, Sweet Ann, Sonika, Big AL Japanese Vocaloids: MEIKO, KAITO, Hatsune Miku, Kagamine Rin, Kagamine Len, Megurine Luka, Kamui Gakupo, Megpoid Gumi, SF-A2 Miki, Kaai Yuki, Hiyama Kiyoteru.


To me i think Vocaloids did


depends on which one you buy. Luka is bilingual and can sing very well in english., and all the vocaloids can sing in english, but you can barley understand them.


Leon Lola Miriam Meiko Kaito


There is no leader. Vocaloid has no canon, either. Everything about the fandom is made up by the fans. Some consider Hatsune Miku the "leader" of the Vocaloids for her popularity, but this is just a private opinion.


There is no massive difference between the Vocaloid. The most important thing is whether the producer is skillful enough as to use them to make a good sound. But the best vocaloids are probably the new Append ones. There are also a few songs which makes some of the vocaloids sound realistic. Other then that, tune wize, they should more or less be perfect.


She didn't. She is a Vocaloid, and Vocaloids last forever.


You cannot create vocaloids. Use UTAU instead.


Only Miki does, and her hair is more pink.


Actually the first vocaloid was launched with another one at the same time so the first Vocaloids are Leon and Lola. The English Vocaloids. In the series of Japanese Vocaloid however, Meiko is first.


Assuming you are talking about the Japanese Vocaloids, I can say that the exact date is unknown. They might not even come at all.Several voice providers do not have the ability to speak fluent english, therefore, some vocaloids may not arrive in the US at all.The only two japanese vocaloids known having an english voicebank are Megurine Luka (who's eng voicebank was mainly targeted at Japanese users) and Hatsune Miku (her voicebank has yet to come, yet is is confirmed and currently in alpha stage)


If you mean the first ever Vocaloids, the first two were MEIKO and KAITO. Answer Number Two: VOCALOID was announced in 2003 and released their first two VOCALOIDs in 2004. Those two VOCALOIDs were LEON and LOLA who sang in English and made by Zero-G Ltd. A few months later. Zero-G Ltd. made another VOCALOID called MIRIAM who also sang in english. A few months after MIRIAMs realese, Crypton Future Media made the first Japanese singing VOCALOID, MEIKO. 2 years later after MEIKOs release, KAITO was the first Japanese singing VOCALOID. This was the end of the original VOCALOIDs.


Gackpoid does not have an official age and most VOCALOIDs don't.


You can get VOCALOIDs from their own companies: Zero-G ltd. Dear Stage PowerFX Crypton Future Media I-Style Project Bplats. Inc Internet Co. Ltd. AH-soft YAMAHA (you can even buy all VOCALOIDs from there, including their own VOCALOIDs) Ki/oon, or Sony Japan 1st Place (It's a company) SBS Artech Y2 Project VoctroLabs


The vocaloids are: Gachapoid, VY1 Mizki, Lily, Tonio, Big Al, Kiyoteru Hiyama, Yuki Kaai, SF-A2 Miki, Sonika, Megpoid, Luka, Gackpoid, Prima, Kagamine Rin, Kagamine Len, Hatsune Miku, Sweet Ann, KAITO, MEIKO, Miriam, Lola, and Leon. Upcoming Vocaloids are Iroha Nekomura, and VY2. I love Vocaloid!


They aren't in a anime or manga book. They're from Vocaloids.


There’s no canon hobbies or personalities for the Vocaloids, so YOU can decide that.


The Vocaloids who appear are Meiko Sakine who is basically a younger version of MEIKO. Rin and Len Kagamine, Miku Hatsune, KAITO, and Yowane Haku. There is also Teto Kasane an UTAUloid, and Neru Akita a popular fanmade.



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