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2012-08-04 02:17:16
2012-08-04 02:17:16

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.

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