What is vocaloid?
A vocaloid is a singing synthesizer application software developed by the Yamaha Corporation that enables users to synthesize singing by just typing in lyrics and melody. There is mascots to support the vocaloids. Like Hatsune Miku. She is most popular vocaloid (that we know) and the fans make videos of her or other vocaloids as well.
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Vocaloid is just simply a music programme - like. You putmusic, lyrics in and the singer will sing the song up for you.There is a lot of singers for you to choose from. You could readmore at this wikia page :http://vocaloid.wikia.com/wiki
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.
As of this writing, 17 Dec, 2012, there are 45 Vocaloids that have existed or still exist as commercial products, private use only, prototpes, or experiments. Not included in the count are upcoming products and characters who's status are unknown.
The vocaloids are a software product that sings for you. You type in the words on the program and the notes, and it sings. There are several different types: Miku, Kaito, Len & Rin, Meiko, Luka and a few more. They have different ranges in how high or low they sing, because of the different 'age' an…d sex. the carachters in voclaoid 1 is leon, lola, miraim, meiko, and kaito. voclaoid 2 has Sweet Ann, Miku Hatsune, Rin/Len Kagamine, Prima, Gakupo, Kamui, Luka Megurine, Gumi, Sonika, SF-A2 miki, Yuki Kaai, Kiyoteru, Hiyama, Big-Al, Tonio, Lily, VY1, Gachapoid, Iroha Nekomura, Piko Utatane, and VY2. ( Full Answer )
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.
MMD, or MikuMikuDance, is not the same thing as VOCALOID, assome people may think. It is a program in which the user can takeVOCALOID c haracters and make movies using frame-by-framemotion. You do this by moving their bones and joints, then settingit each frame. . Hope this helps~
See below for the lists. *** OVERVIEW *** As of 13 Aug, 2012, there are about 41 official Vocaloid characters as part of officially released software or known to exist with artwork for future products. These characters include non-commercially available Vocaloids such as Akikoroid-chan (privat…ely owned by convenience store chain, Lawson Inc.) Yamaha's own VY1 and VY2 officially do not have characters. However, many popular fan interpretations exist. The first Vocaloids, Lola and Leon, and many other English Vocaloids released later, did not have official characters in the same way that most Japanese Vocaloids do. When those products were marked for the Asian market, they received official character images. These have been adopted by the Vocaloid community. Not included in the list are the popular fan-made characters because they cannot technically qualify to be called a Vocaloid. Names are given in alphabetical order. Japanese Vocaloids are given by their Japanese name reading order (Last Name First Name). *** LIST 1 *** Official Characters as Part of Commercial Software (Japanese name reading order) Aoki Lapis Avanna (in development) Big Al Bruno Clara CUL Gakupo GUMI Hatsune Miku Hibiki Lui (in development) Hiyama Kiyoteru IA Kaai Yuki Kagamine Rin Kagamine Len KAITO Leon Lily Lola Luo Tianyi MAYU Megurine Luka MEIKO Merli (in development) Mew SF-A2 Miki Miriam Nekomura Iroha Oliver Prima Ring Suzune (in development, western name reading order) Ryuuto SeeU SONIKA Sweet Ann Tone Rion Tonio Utatane Pico Yuzuki Yukari *** LIST 2 *** Official Characters as Private Vocaloids Akikoroid-chan (owned by Lawson Inc.) Galaco (given as contest prizes) ( Full Answer )
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.
That depends what you are talking about. . If you mean the song, then "Magnet" is the song originally sungby Megurine Luka and Hatsune Miku. The song was made by "minatofeat". Later, the song got a version that was sung by Kagamine Rinand Kagamine Len. The song is mainly about two people who fell i…nlove,but their love is viewed as a "sin" by most other people. . If you literally mean "Magnet", as in the one that sticks tometal surfaces, then I have no idea what you are talking about. . Hope this helps~ ( Full Answer )
Every VOCALOIDs have diffrent prices. The cheapest VOCALOID iscurrently $40 dollars and the highest price is about $400. You canbuy the VOCALOIDs in their company's website.
Vocaloid was made by a sub-division of Yamaha, and sometimes you can c the word Yamaha on their headphones. Sometimes they hv help from Nico Nico.
No. Vocaloid is a series of characters with synthesized voices. Like Miku, her voice actor is Saki Fujita. They took samples and syllables of her voice and synthesized it. The program allows you to create songs by inputting lyrics and melody :D
Yamaha created and developed the Vocaloid technology. See the Vocaloid wiki article for more details about the technology and its impact on the internet.
Utauloid's and Utau are similar to the Vocaloid program and characters. Utau is the free version of program Vocaloid. It allows the user to either take a premade voicebank, or to create their own Utau using voiceclips. The program is available for download and tutorials on how to do so as wel…l as how to work it can be found on YouTube and other sites. Simply googling 'Utau Program Download' will point in the right direction. However, as it is a free program, the voices available for use are not as nice and polished as the Vocaloid's voicebanks. But since Vocaloid can run up to over $100 to buy, many choose to go with Utau. As such, an Utauloid is an approved Utau voicebank, which has it's own website and character art. A few recognizable Utauloids are Kasane Teto, Kasane Ted, Momone Momo and Defoko. While it is possible for anyone to make their own Utauloid, the Utau wiki will only acknowledge those with the fore mentioned prerequisites (A website where the voicebank may be downloaded, character art and possibly a few other things that I can't remember at this time.) Done! =3 ( Full Answer )
Far from it! There are 35 released Vocaloids, at least 5 ready for release this year, and many more to come! Upcoming Vocaloids: VY2v3 (Japanese) VY? (English feminine) VY? (English masculine) English Miku English Kaito English SeeU Vocaloid 3 Kaito (Japanese) Luka Append …(Japanese/English) Megpoid Native (Japanese) Unnamed Celtic male Vocaloid (English) Unnamed Celtic female Vocaloid (English) Vocaloid 3 Meiko (Japanese) Yayin Gongyu (Chinese) Aoki Lapis (Japanese) Ring Suzune (Japanese) Lui Hibiki (Japanese) ( Full Answer )
On the Japanese Amazon (amazon.jp) or on eBay, but I prefer amazon.jp Vocaloids are labeled as "DVDs" though they are programs, but that means they are available for international shipping.
sorry.....there is no anime for vocaloid, but there are some mangas about them you just need to search.
Current list of existing voice libraries with characters. Lola Leon Miriam MEIKO KAITO Sweet Ann Hatsune Miku, åé³ãã¯ Kagamine Rin, é¡é³ãªã³ Kagamine Len, é¡é³ã¬ã³ Prima Kamui Gakupo, ç¥å¨ããã½ Megurine L…uka, å·¡é³ã«ã« GUMI SONIKA Hiyama Kiyoteru, æ°·å±±ãã¨ãã« Kaai Yuki, ææã¦ã Miki Big Al Tonio Lily VY1 Ryuuto, ãªã¥ã¦ã Nekomura Iroha, ç«æããã¯ Utatane Pico, ææé³ãã³ VY2 Akikoroid-chan, ããããã¤ãã¡ãã SeeU Mew Tone Rion, å ç ããã Oliver Yuzuki Yukari, çµæããã CUL, ã«ã« Bruno Clara IA Aoki Lapis, è¼å§«ã©ãã¹ Luo Tianyi, æ´å¤©ä¾ Galaco, ã®ã£ã©å MAYU NOTES: 1. Technically, many of the English Vocaloids do not have characters but when they were released in Taiwan, they all received official characters for the Asian market. 2. VY1 and VY2 do not have official characters but, they have various popular depictions within the Vocaloid community. 3. Akikoroid-chan is a private Vocaloid for the Lawson corporation, a convenience store chain in Japan. 4. Galaco is an exclusive Vocaloid given to contest winners of the Vocaloid Shop competition celebrating the almost one year anniversary of the Vocaloid 3 engine. 5. MAYU is a Vocaloid still in development, but it's character was released for use by the public for non-commercial use. ( Full Answer )
Vocaloid is a voice synthesizing program, so it has no single producer. Many people produce songs. Many of the more popular producers have an account on a website called nico nico douga, where they compose and share music made using a vocaloid's voice. Some of the top contributing users might be r…yo/supercell, OSTER project, yuukiss, or kz. Remember, a producer is a person who creates vocaloid songs. ( Full Answer )
Nope! Vocaloid is a voice synthesizing software. However, it is highly encouraged that people make Promotional Videos (PVs) or fanart to contribute to the fandom.
This is the only answers i know ^_^ Hatsune Miku Rin Kagamine Len Kagamine Luka Megurine Meiko Kaito Akita Neru Kasane Teto Yowane Haku While these are certainly all characters used in Vocaloid videos and such, there are several more and Neru and Haku are fanmade, while Teto is a… popular UTAU. ( Full Answer )
There are many, but some of the most popular are: Meiko Sakine Kaito Shion Miku Hatsune Rin Kagamine Len Kagamine Luka Megurine Gumi Megpoid Gakupo Kamui Lily SeeU SF-A2 Miki Piko Oliver IA VY2 Yumma VY1 Mitzki Neru Haku SeeU Leon Miriam Lola Iroha Kaa…i Yuki Kiyoteru Tonio Galaco CUL And Teto, Ritsu, Tei and more are UTAUs ( Full Answer )
Vocaloid is a vocal simulation programme used to create music. The people who made the program was a joint project between Pompeu Fabra Univeristy in http://www.answers.com/topic/spain and the Yamaha Corperation Read more: http://www.answers.com/topic/vocaloid#ixzz1EEVlkN6v .
Known list of sample providers are below. First name shown is the Vocaloid followed by the voice sample provider. Asian Vocaloids, including the providers, are in Last Name First Name reading order. (Exception is the Japanese Vocaloid Ring Suzune who's name is given in western order.) Most of the Ja…panese providers are professional voice actors. Some of the providers are professional singers by trade. For example, Gackt, Masuda Yuri, and Kim Dahi. Akikoroid-chan - Arimoto Aoki Lapis - Eguchi Nako (also known as Hinata) Avanna - Not revealed Big-Al - Frank Sandersen, Michael King (project started with Sandersen but completed with King) Bruno - Not revealed Clara - Not revealed CUL - Kitamura Eri Galaco - Shibasaki Kou GUMI (Megpoid) - Nakajima Megumi Hatsune Miku - Fujita Saki Hibiki Lui - Not revealed (Vocaloid in development) Hiyama Kiyoteru - Hiyama Kiyoshi IA - Lia Kaai Yuki - Witheld due to being a minor Kagamine Rin - Shimoda Asami Kagamine Len - Shimoda Asami KAITO - Naoto Fuuga Kamui Gakupo (Gackpoid) - Gackt LEON - Not revealed Lily - Masuda Yuri LOLA - Not revealed Luo Tianyi - Shan Xin MAYU - Morinaga Mayumi Megurine Luka - Asakawa Yuu MEIKO - Haigo Meiko Merli - Not revealed yet (Vocaloid in development) Metal Gear ZEKE - Kikuchi Yumi (the Vocaloid used in the game Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker) Mew - Sakamoto Miu Miriam - Miriam Stockley CV-4CÎ² - Nakamura Eriko (CV-4CÎ² was a prototype based on the Vocaloid-flex speech synthesizer and used on the HRP-4C robot) Nekomura Iroha - Kyounosuke Goto (no official confirmation but most probable candidate) Oliver - Not revealed Prima - Not revealed Ring Suzune - MiKA (Vocaloid in development) Ryuuto (Gachapoid) - Amemiya Kuniko SF-A2 Miki - Furukawa Miki SeeU - Kim Dahi SONIKA - Not revealed Sweet Ann - "Jody" Tone Rion - Not revealed Tonio - Not revealed Utatane Pico - Piko VY1 - Not revealed VY2 - Not revealed Yuzuki Yukari - Ishiguro Chihiro ( Full Answer )
Because Vocaloid is a licensed technology, there are many products that use it. Zero-G's first generation Vocaloids (all English voice libraries) have demo versions available for download. Google the following: zero-g vocaloid trial Should be the first search hit.
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)
Vocaloid is not a person or a group that you could write messages to. It is a singing synthesizer technology used in many software products also called a Vocaloid. Vocaloid, at its core, is an instrument, like a piano, or guitar. No one person or group controls the music and music videos you see on …the Internet. The popularity of Vocaloid is driven by its users and fans. Anyone can purchase a Vocaloid and start creating songs with it. ( Full Answer )
Best is relative and could cover a variety of qualities.. Best default vocal clarity? Best vocal range? Best high range? Best low range? Clearest pronunciation? Best overall in many categories? It really depends what you are looking for. With the latest Vocaloid 3 voice libraries, and with the ge…neral improved quality that the Vocaloid 3 engine brings, even converted Vocaloid 2 libraries sound generally better with V3. However, you can't go wrong with any of the true Vocaloid 3 voice libraries with the deciding factor being voice characteristics. V3 libraries released so far as of 7 Feb, 2012, they are: IA - Japanese Rion Tone - Japanese Yukari Yuzuki - Japanese CUL - Japanese Oliver - English Bruno - Spanish Clara - Spanish Megpoid GUMI Power - Japanese Megpoid GUMI Whisper - Japanese Megpoid GUMI Sweet - Japanese Megpoid GUMI Adult - Japanese VY1V3 - Japanese Mew - Japanese SeeU - Korean / Japanese Several more scheduled for release in 2012: Lapis Aoki, Suzune Ring, Lui Hibiki, VY2V3, English Miku. V3 Lily, and the first Chinese Vocaloid. While Luka Append, Meiko Append, Kaito Append, are also slated for this year or early next year, it isn't known if they are actually going to be V3 voice libraries or still using V2. . the most popular vocaloid is Hatsune Miku. But she was not the first one. The first vocaloids were in English like: Sweet Ann, Kaito and Meiko. She is very popular, along with Kagamine Rin/Len. and vocaloid No. 3 is Megurine Luka. You can look all of them up on the official Crypton website in Japanese. My favorite one out of all the vocaloid is Rin/Len Kagmine. there are other vocaloids like: Gumi Megapoid Gakupo Kamui Miki Haku Yowane and much more ( Full Answer )
Piko is the name of both the Vocaloid and the voice provider, who is naturally not a Vocaloid.
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 theirown VOCALOIDs) Ki/oon, or Sony Japan 1st Place (It's a company) SBS Artech Y2 Pr…oject VoctroLabs ( Full Answer )
Vocaloid has a bit of a history, like any software development. In at least 2000 and maybe even a bit earlier, Vocaloid began as a joint venture between Yamaha and Pompeu Fabra University in Spain. Yamaha provided funding for the research and later further developed the technology into the first pro…duct we now know as Vocaloid. The first commercial products to use the Vocaloid engine were Lola and Leon, released at the same time, on 15 Jan. 2004 by the UK company, Zero-G Ltd. ( Full Answer )
"VOCALOID" has no official anime or manga, as well as no officialstory, so the answer to your question is no. VOCALOID is a programin either Japanese or English in which users can create or changesongs. However, there is an unofficial manga called " HatsuneMiku: Unofficial Hatsune Mix." Though it's… an unofficial book,it has still obtained a lot of respect as a funny manga. There arealso quite a few vocaloid guide books on how to use the program.You just have to keep searching. ( Full Answer )
Official Vocaloid characters' ages (youngest to oldest) released so far: Japanese: Ryuuto (Gachapoid) - 5 Kaai Yuki - 9 Hibiki Lui - 12 Kagamine Rin & Len - 14 Luo Tianyi - 15 IA - 16 Tone Rion - 16 Hatsune Miku - 16 Ring Suzune - 17 Megurine Luka - 20 Hiyama Kiyoteru - 22 … English: Oliver - 12 Sonika - 17 Prima - 18 (Taiwan release version) Sweet Ann - 23 (Taiwan release version) Big Al - 25 Tonio - 27 (Taiwan release version) Korean: SeeU - 17 Vocaloid - Given Fandome Ages Gumi - 17 Lily - 20+ KAITO - 20 to 25 Kamui Gakupo - 24 MEIKO - 30 For popular fan-made Vocaloids: Sakine Meiko - 16 Zatsune Miku - 16 Hatsune Mikuo - 16 or 18 Akita Neru - 17 Yowane Haku - 25+ ( Full Answer )
Vocaloids can be brought from offical websites or maybe you canfind the vocaloid your loooking for on ebay or amazon
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]
Leon-Tulps Lola-Frying Pan Miriam-Lipstick MEIKO-Can of Sake KAITO-Ice cream Sweet Ann-Fried Chicken Miku Hatsune=Leek/Spring Onion Rin Kagamine-Orange Len Kagamine-Banana Kagamine Joint Item-Road Roller (ROUDA ROLLA!) Prima-Wine Gakupo-Eggplant Luka Megurine-Frozen Tuna/Whip Gumi-Carrot Sonika-Pine…apple SF-A2 Miki-Cherry Yuki Kaai-Apples Kiyoteru-Iced Coffee Big Al-Racing Car Tonio-Martini Lily-Crossing Sign/Lemon and Honey Wand VY1 or Mizki-Hair Pin/Fan Iroha-Hello Kitty Merchandise ( Full Answer )
There are no official fictional stories associated with any of the Vocaloid characters. This is left entirely up to the users and fans to invent their stories through song, animations, drawings, etc. There have been some published comics that tie in many of the Crypton Vocaloids and fan-made derivat…ive characters into an episodic storyline, but this is not official background for the characters. It does help serve as a common baseline for the fans, however, people should not feel restricted to these. . Well, Vocaloid doesn't really have a story line. I mean it's not a manga or anime so, I doubt it has one. Maybe the story line would be then are a computer generated and animated group of singers in Japan. Also just a little extra knowledge. Just because Hatsune Miku has a 01 on her doesn't mean she was created first. Same goes with others Vocaloid's. I think the first was Leon and Lola, and yes they are Vocaloid characters. Hope that helps clear things up! \ ( ^.^ ) / ( Full Answer )
No, you cant they are computer thingies so when they perform they are holograms. so unless you can touch holograms, you can touch a vocaloid
No. You have to pay for it. If you are looking for something similar, try downloding UTAU, which is freeware.
You can locate information like that on Vocaloid Wiki or on Wikipedia itself, here: http://vocaloid.wikia.com/wiki/Vocaloid_Wiki or http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vocaloid long story short...it's Yamaha.
Well, Vocaloid is for composing vocal music, so it's not really intended for kids' use, unless you have a prodigy on your hands. Most of the music is not produced specifically for children, but I'm sure there is some. It wouldn't really be harmful to introduce your child to Vocaloid, I don't think, …but don't let them just randomly browse YouTube for it or they'll come across something scarring sooner or later. ( Full Answer )
Well, I absolutely LOVE the Kagamine twins. They're cute and have wicked creepy songs. Second, of course, is Miku. I mean, how can you NOT love her? I also like Gumi....she's the vocaloid that sounds the best. Luka is cool, too. Her songs are funky and disco-beat.
The 3rd Vocaloid to be released commercially is Miriam on 1 July 2004. Developed by Zero-G Ltd., Miriam is a English language Vocaloid running on the 1st generation VOCALOID engine. She is voice sampled by Miriam Stockley.
No Vocaloid is "real" in the physical sense. As characters, they are not any more real then Mickey Mouse or Hello Kitty. All the virtual concert performances we've seen so far are projections onto a screen/glass panel or inserted into live video feed via augmented reality. For AR, think something li…ke the Nintendo 3DS's "3D" feature, only think at a bigger scale, as shown at the Dec 2011 Vocafarre where Gumi and Akikoloid-chan danced on stage and Lapis danced on a chair and sat on the shoulder of a guitarist while singing her demo songs. . If you are talking about the official original Vocaloids (No idea why they are called original), they are Miku, Len/Rin and Luka. ( Full Answer )
KAITO is the 5th Vocaloid to be released for commercial sale on 17 Feb. 2006. Developed by Crypton Future Media, he is their 2nd Vocaloid after MEIKO, running on the 1st generation VOCALOID engine. KAITO is a Japanese male vocalist sampled from voice actor Fuuga Naoto. His voice library will be resa…mpled and updated for compatibility with the Vocaloid 3 engine. He will also be getting an English voice library. ( Full Answer )
Searching the United States Patent and Trademark Office website, I found three patents related to Vocaloid. The earliest patent was filed in February of 2005.
They are voice-banks that sound well with each other when used in duets and were made with the ohter in mind. For example: MEIKO and KAITO Rin and Len Kagamine If one Vocaloid is said to be a counterpart of another, then this is what they mean.
Since Leon and Lola were released together in January 2004, the second Vocaloid released was Miriam about six months later.
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).
Yes. She is a VOCALOID 2 software created by INTERNET CO. LTD. Hervoice provider name is Megumi Nakajima. She has an update, native,and english voice bank in VOCALOID 3.