What is vocaloid and hatsune miku?


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2012-08-18 15:08:49
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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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No, Hatsune Miku is not an anime. Hatsune Miku is a vocaloid. A vocaloid is a computer generated singer, but Hatsune Miku is by FAR the most popular in Japan.

hatsune miku isn't on an anime, shes a vocaloid.

Miku Hatsune is a vocal package for the software VOCALOID. All Miku Hatsune can really do is sing.

Hatsune Miku is a representation of Yamaha's Vocaloid computer program.

Hatsune Miku was first released on August 31, 2007 so that is technically her birthday.

You can either Google "Vocaloid Download" or "Hatsune Miku program download" That's how I found it. But yeah, It's called Vocaloid: Project Diva.

Hatsune Miku is a Vocaloid, however in her "live" concerts, she is shown as a 3D hologram that sings along with a live band.

Hatsune Miku ain't a fandom, it's the name of a synthesizing program which is a Vocaloid which is a program which simulates a human voice.

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

Hatsune Miku has the biggest fan base.

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.

No,Hatsune Miku is a vocaloid creation of Crypton Future Media. She is not a real person, her voice is not a voice-over. She is completely synthesized.

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

Hatsune Miku is not from an anime, instead she is an artificial Japanese singing voice by Vocaloid. However, in "Lucky Star" Kagami is shown being transformed into a Miku cosplay.

They are also characters in a Manga called Hatsune Mix, a manga by KEI, the artist who drew the design for Miku Hatsune.

Hatsune Miku is the mascot character for a synthesizer software by the same name, created by Crypton Future Media Inc. The synthesizer is based on Yamaha Corporation's Vocaloid technology. Therefore, Hatsune Miku is also a Vocaloid. Vocaloid enables users to synthesize singing by just typing in lyrics and a melody. There are many other mascots for other Vocaloid software, but, Hatsune Miku is the most popular. Example of songs featuring Hatsune Miku: "World is Mine", "Melt", "Ievan Polka" cover song, "Kocchi Muite, Baby!", "Dear Cocoa Girls", "Yellow", "Popipo, "Pouty Waltz", "Miracle Paint", and "Packaged".

No, since Miku is only for Vocaloid purposes there is no movie or anime... but lots of artists make short anime parodies with Vocaloid

Miku Hatsune is a package for Vocaloid, so technically she can't have a twin, but there have been fan made alterations of Miku. Such as her male version, Mikuo, and also Miku Zatsune. So no, she doesn't. there are only alterations.

Hatsune miku is a not an actual character of any anime but rather a vocaloid personification. Thus the only people that are in love with her would be over zealous fans.

Maybe it's "Higurashi No Naku Koro Ni" - "YOU" or "Dear You"

Uh.... Miku is a vocaloid hologram. She isn't real. Just a fictional character.What kind of question is that?

Hatsune Miku is a "digital diva" and a "voice" version of the Vocaloid program. Currently, they are up to Vocaloid 3 as a stable release. The first release of Vocaloid was the most basic, and did not gain as wide-stream popularity as the second (the most popular I would say was the male, Kaito) - of with "Hatsune Miku" is a voice. The most popular "singers" of the Vocaloid 2 release are: Hatsune Miku Megurine Luka Kagamine Rin and Kagamine Lin So there is no "official" partner but these were the other characters released at the same time. As nearly all Vocaloid characters songs are fan-made often times Miku will sing in a duet with another. One of the most popular examples is "Magnet" sung by Miku and Luka.

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