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What is the number of each vocaloid?

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The original VOCALOIDs from Vocaloid 1 do NOT have numbers on their shoulders. The first VOCALOID in VOCALOID 2 does NOT have numbers on her shoulders. Instead, she has stiches in some parts of her body. The only VOCALOIDs with numbers are the ones from the CV series. Miku is the first one from the CV series. When the number on her shoulder says 01, that doesent mean she is the first VOCALOID or the first Crypton VOCALOID or the first VOCALOID in the VOCALOID 2 Engine. The number "CV01" means Crypton VOCALOID Number 1. Kagamine Rin/Len are the second from the CV series "CV02" and the third CV series is Megurine Luka with "CV03". The "CV04" is currently in develpment.

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