History Gush / Vocaloid

7th Feb '18 9:23:12 PM Loekman3
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* My favorite Vocaloid is Maika! Her design, her voice, her songs, all of them are amazing, however the most amazing trait is her capacity of basically sing anything in any rhythym (she singing [[WesternAnimation/FrozenDisney Let It Go]] in [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M2SQEQQWYig 25 languages]] is definite proof of that).

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* My favorite Vocaloid is Maika! Her design, her voice, her songs, all of them are amazing, however the most amazing trait is her capacity of basically sing anything in any rhythym (she singing [[WesternAnimation/FrozenDisney [[Disney/{{Frozen}} Let It Go]] in [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M2SQEQQWYig 25 languages]] is definite proof of that).
25th Dec '17 9:54:34 PM PippinPops
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* Nijihara Peperon aka Peperon-P. If only every producer used Vocaloid so adeptly... Whether you love ultra-realistic vocals, amazing melodies, or great style diversity, you will agree with one statement: you can't NOT love his/her songs.

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* Nijihara Peperon aka Peperon-P. If only every producer used Vocaloid so adeptly... Whether you love ultra-realistic vocals, amazing melodies, or great style diversity, you will agree with one statement: you can't NOT love his/her their songs.
25th Oct '17 7:28:18 AM astrokitty
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* Man, CYBER SONGMAN is great! I've never been a huge fan of any of the male vocaloids, but he really stands out! He has one of the cleanest voices I've ever heard. I wish he had more songs... -[=astrokitty=]
9th Oct '16 9:04:39 PM lalaTKG
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* I've taken a liking to Fukase, Yohioloid, and Oliver. The three have a boyish innocence in their voices that one can't quite capture completely. It's especially noticeable with Yohio when he sings English songs and with Fukase on softer, happier songs. Oliver pretty much has it by default, which is great. What impresses me the most is when they use Yohio and Oliver together, as their voices compliment each other very well. (Part of me wonders if that's why they're usually portrayed as brothers...)
* The demo for Arsloid made me like him a lot. I'm not quite sure if he's in regular use, but he should be.

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* I've taken a liking to Fukase, Yohioloid, and Oliver. The three have a boyish innocence in their voices that one can't quite capture completely. It's especially noticeable with Yohio when he sings English songs and with Fukase on softer, happier songs. Oliver pretty much has it by default, which is great. What impresses me the most is when they use Yohio and Oliver together, as their voices compliment each other very well. (Part of me wonders if that's why they're usually portrayed as brothers...)
) - [=lalaTKG=]
* Same poster as the above. The demo for Arsloid made me like him a lot. I'm not quite sure if he's in regular use, but he should be.
9th Oct '16 9:04:05 PM lalaTKG
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* I've taken a liking to Fukase, Yohioloid, and Oliver. The three have a boyish innocence in their voices that one can't quite capture completely. It's especially noticeable with Yohio when he sings English songs and with Fukase on softer, happier songs. Oliver pretty much has it by default, which is great. What impresses me the most is when they use Yohio and Oliver together, as their voices compliment each other very well. (Part of me wonders if that's why they're usually portrayed as brothers...)
* The demo for Arsloid made me like him a lot. I'm not quite sure if he's in regular use, but he should be.
13th Sep '16 1:46:56 PM BlizzardeyeWonder
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* No love for Wowaka yet? Huh. Wowaka's style of tuning the vocaloids sounds somewhat more mechanical than other producers, but he somehow makes it ''work''. His composing isn't bad either, covering a fair range of styles from the saxophone(?) melody of Two-faced Lovers to the piano-centered Rolling Girl. And then there's the lyrics- Wowaka's lyrics have a well-earned reputation of being vague and up for interpretation. There hasn't been one Wowaka song I don't like, but my personal favourites are Rolling Girl and World's End Dancehall- those two are classic vocaloid songs, and for good reasons!



* [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0y6J7kqc9_4 "World's End Dancehall"]] by Wowaka-P! Miku and Luka harmonize amazingly in this song, it's catchy as heck, and it's fast pace keep me listening 'till the end every time.

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* [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0y6J7kqc9_4 "World's End Dancehall"]] by Wowaka-P! Miku and Luka harmonize amazingly in this song, it's catchy as heck, and it's fast pace keep me listening 'till the end every time.time.
* [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0ozfkoVdvLY Black Gold]], by otetsu is an rather underrated song. It's by the producer known as the Legendary Luka Master, and it shows! What's more, the lyrics are confusing enough to give Rolling Girl (THE 'confusing' vocaloid song) a run for its money. I could rock to this song all day long!
3rd Sep '16 11:28:32 AM APatchworkScholar
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* I really do love all the Vocaloids, but the one that stands out as my favorite is Kagamine Rin. Not only is her design absolutely adorable (her bow immediately caught my attention when I first saw their boxart) but her voice is amazing and has awesome range. She can sound good singing anything: she sounds extra-powerful with rock, very gentle with jazz, cute with pop/techno and so many other examples. And of course, she sounds absolutely perfect with Len (to no surprise). She's the best. - A Patchwork Scholar




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* WONDERFUL OPPORTUNITY! and Jesus-P. Their songs are very energetic and catchy as heck, and I love the personality Rin and Len have in their songs (particularly the "Death Should Not Have Taken Thee!" series and "The Development of Amazing Apps"). But their other songs such as the "Virus Resistance" series also add a perfect side of drama to their discography. I definitely think WANOPO is one of the absolute best Kagamine producers ever.
13th Aug '16 3:11:39 AM HakaiEve
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* My favorite Vocaloids have always been the less appreciated ones, like Tohoku Zunko. She has a sweet and soft voice that is honestly a lot better than most of the Cryptonloids. I honestly almost cried when I heard Lamaze-P's 'If It's Making a Song, Let's Get Started!" It's the same with SF-A2 Codename miki... Her voice is easy to discern from others, with that tomboyish voice of hers. I saw an amazing V4 'Most Certainly, Undoubtedly A Goddess" cover :') I love those two so much. ~ HakaiEve
*I know I said I liked Zunko and Miki, but oh god LEN KAGAMINE. I don't really like those 'sexy' songs like Spice or whatever - what I really love is cute stuff like Toluthin Antenna, stupid songs like Shota Shota Island or Re:Pudding Annihilation, or his absolutely adorable Cute medley outfit for Project Diva X. And his voice! It might not be very convincingly male, but it's cute! SEGA should stop trying to sell him as a manly guy lmao ~ HakaiEve
6th Jun '16 1:13:20 PM Revaryk
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* "Soundless Voice" by Hitoshizuku-P feat. Kagamine Len. I'm not actually fond of Len but this song makes me (want to) cry every time I hear it. The emotions are real and a solid proof that Vocaloids can transmit emotions through their voices.

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* "Soundless Voice" by Hitoshizuku-P feat. Kagamine Len. I'm not actually fond of Len but this song makes me (want to) cry every time I hear it. The emotions are real and a solid proof that Vocaloids can transmit emotions through their voices.voices.
* [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0y6J7kqc9_4 "World's End Dancehall"]] by Wowaka-P! Miku and Luka harmonize amazingly in this song, it's catchy as heck, and it's fast pace keep me listening 'till the end every time.
28th Apr '16 11:14:38 AM eternallyDamned
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* Kaoling. Oh my god, Kaoling. I have a huge fondness for folk/Celtic music, and Kaoling basically has that in spades. Plus, they really, really know how to use IA. Their song, "The Rain Garden", has IA sounding beautifully realistic. The song also doubles as a huge TearJerker, too. Another thing I love about Kaoling, their ability to have the Vocaloids they use sing in a language that they made up. The language sounds vaguely Celtic, and while the words may not mean anything, they definitely add to any song that features the language.
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