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Anyway, Akita Neru is not a Vocaloid. She is a BOUKAloid. Technically, she's a fanmade Vocaloid based off of Hatsune Miku.

But back to the main idea...what do you mean 'pattern' ?um...... to Let You Know Neru Akita is Not a Fan Made Charther she is a a Real Charther her number is 02 and she is in Project Diva and Her Voice is Not Miku she has her own voice some fun girls or so like to use mikus as neru voice and she has a lot of coustumes just wanted to let you know >.<

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Akita Neru ain't a Vocaloid from the start.

No. She is just a fanmade Vocal with Miku and Rin's voice.

She's a fanmade spinoff of Miku, made by editing Miku's voice, like Mikuo or Zatsune. So, fanmade vocaloid but not an UTAU.

Since Vocaloid's character personalities are all made by fans, virtually every Vocaloid could potentially like Len. But Akita Neru has, canonically, been the one with a crush on Len for awhile. I curently am dating him so akita neru has to wait until another boy vocaloid comes out

There is currently no Vocaloid with a blonde ponytail. There is, however, a fanmade, Neru Akita, who has a long side ponytail and yellow hair. Lily also has blonde hair, there may have been a PV of one of her songs with it done up in a ponytail.

Akita Neru is supposedly the newer of the Vocaloids in the Vocaloid vocal software. She's the one represented by the girl with the long blonde hair in a single side ponytail-and may more commonly have a cellphone or gameboy of some kind in her hand.

Neru is a fan-made derived character of Miku Hatsune so technically she is not a true Vocaloid. She does not have her own voice library and instead, many users use an altered pitch and tone Miku to represent her voice, and in some cases, Rin.

Yowane Haku is a voyakiloid, it basically means a failure vocaloid. I don't yet know what neru is though, sorry!

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.

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

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.

When making a costume it is important to have the pattern. A pattern for Grayza can be found on Farscape forums online.

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.

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.

No Teto is not a Vocaloid. I have heard before that She was made to be a prank. She is mistaken to be a Vocaloid. She sounds like a Vocaloid(y) software.

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.

Kenmochi Hideki is the maker of vocaloid.

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

a doberman pinscher is well stronger and would kill an akita if attacked! I think a doberman would be stronger an akita will not kill it an akita will not kill it an akita will not kill it

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

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

I would like a pattern fr a ghost costume for a toddler. Any suggestions? I wold like to purchase a pattern for a ghost costume for my grandson. Where can a purchase a pattern?

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