Yes, Ai is a vocaloid. A vocaloid 3 to be exact.
Piko is the name of both the Vocaloid and the voice provider, who is naturally not a Vocaloid.
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).
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 Deviantart.com, 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.
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.
No, Vocaloid is a voice synthesizer program. However there is a manga and a video game out featuring the Vocaloid characters.
No, Akiakane is a Nico Nico Singer; not a Vocaloid.
Akita Neru ain't a Vocaloid from the start.
Yes. Criticism is everywhere. You can find it on Youtube Videos, Vocaloid communities, ect.
Vocaloid is a program used to simulate a human voice for use in songs. Hatsune Miku is a popular Japanese Vocaloid.
Yamaha created and developed the Vocaloid technology. See the Vocaloid wiki article for more details about the technology and its impact on the internet.
VOCALOID does NOT have an anime. It is just a singing synthesis program.
Just create your own Vocaloid, based on your favorite.
Input the words or the pronounciation key into the Vocaloid 3 editor. After doing this, press play and the Vocaloid should be singing.
Oliver is the first English Vocaloid he was voiced by a young Brittish boy
sorry.....there is no anime for vocaloid, but there are some mangas about them you just need to search.
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.
You install a Vocaloid like any other piece of software. Price varies depending on the Vocaloid but can be as much as $200. You have to pay for Vocaloid, unless you illegally download it. However there is a program called UTAU that is similar to vocaloid and lets you create your own UTAUloid rather then just the one voice
You would probably have to directly ask a model maker, she isn't that well known and isn't a official vocaloid. (she's just a fanmade of the original Miku)
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 2 is a software that you need to pay for. If you are looking for the free version of VOCALOID 2 then use Utaloid. It was made by fans and is free.
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.
Ritsu is not a VOCALOID. He is a 6 year old from a program called UTAU.
Yes, all vocaloid programs are compatible with English Computers.