History YMMV / Vocaloid

18th Apr '18 5:10:23 AM nanakiro
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** Before Vocaloid was released, someone used an existing speech-to-text program and gave us [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u7dLUpyh3AQ MC Hawking]], a rap parody of Stephen Hawking. Even that became hilarous down the line given Plogue created [[https://www.plogue.com/products/chipspeech/ Chipspeech]], a vocal synthesizing software using the soundchips of old hardware.

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** Before Vocaloid was released, someone used an existing speech-to-text program and gave us [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u7dLUpyh3AQ MC Hawking]], a rap parody of Stephen Hawking. Even that became hilarous down the line given Plogue created [[https://www.plogue.com/products/chipspeech/ Chipspeech]], a vocal synthesizing software using the voices of soundchips of from old hardware.
18th Apr '18 5:03:55 AM nanakiro
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** Fans of non-Miku Vocaloids tend to be a bit leery of Miku for being the [[FaceOfTheBand face of the Vocaloid brand]] and being promoted to hell and back at the expense of attention towards other Vocaloids, especially ones not by Crypton.

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** Fans of non-Miku Vocaloids tend to be a bit leery of Miku for being the [[FaceOfTheBand face of the Vocaloid brand]] and being promoted to hell and back at the expense of attention towards other Vocaloids, especially ones not by Crypton. The fact that a good chunk of Vocaloid contests and events partner mainly with Piapro (which, incidentally, uses the Cryptons) doesn't help.


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** [=SeeU=], Uni, and [[GenderBender ZeeU]] are sometimes drawn as this.
** The [=PowerFX=] 'loids (Al, Ann, and Oliver) are rarely drawn without each other, with some fans even treating them as the western answer to the Crypton "family".
18th Apr '18 4:50:05 AM nanakiro
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** The Chinese Vocaloid project is also apparently moving away from this as well by throwing in lots of official info, along with [=OVA=] style animations such as [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4qul64eFzzw these]] [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PbkeYAHCelk here]].

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** The Chinese Vocaloid project is also apparently moving moved away from this as well by throwing in lots of official info, along with [=OVA=] style animations such as [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4qul64eFzzw these]] [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PbkeYAHCelk here]]. That being said, the unreleased vocals in the line do have fanon tossed around until their time comes.



** Chinese fandom had quite the negative reaction when the Vocaloid China contest winners were released with new names and unusually detailed profiles. This has largely died down, but complaints are still around.



** After the initial success of demos from Korean Vocaloid [=SeeU=], it seemed she was going to be accepted by the generally [[UsefulNotes/KoreansInJapan not-quite-receptive-to-Korea]] Japanese Vocaloid fans - until a series of comparatively lackluster demos led to a large amount of negativity directed towards her, including jeers to "get off of Nico". This has gotten to the point where previously-accepted Korean-speaking UTAU are starting to take insults.

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** After the initial success of demos from Korean Vocaloid [=SeeU=], it seemed she was going to be accepted by the generally [[UsefulNotes/KoreansInJapan not-quite-receptive-to-Korea]] Japanese Vocaloid fans - until a series of comparatively lackluster demos led to a large amount of negativity directed towards her, including jeers to "get off of Nico". This has gotten to the point where previously-accepted Korean-speaking UTAU are starting to take were taking insults.
17th Apr '18 2:53:14 PM nanakiro
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** Before Vocaloid was released, someone used an existing speech-to-text program and gave us [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u7dLUpyh3AQ MC Hawking]], a rap parody of Stephen Hawking.

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** Before Vocaloid was released, someone used an existing speech-to-text program and gave us [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u7dLUpyh3AQ MC Hawking]], a rap parody of Stephen Hawking. Even that became hilarous down the line given Plogue created [[https://www.plogue.com/products/chipspeech/ Chipspeech]], a vocal synthesizing software using the soundchips of old hardware.
17th Apr '18 2:35:18 PM nanakiro
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** Due to the English Vocaloids released before Sonika not having a full body avatar, the fandom takes it upon themselves to sketch up various designs for the Engloids. A similar situation is displayed when fans design an image for [=VY1=] and [=VY2=], as they are the first Japanese Vocaloids to not have a full body avatar on their boxart, similar to Leon and Lola.

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** Due to the English Vocaloids released before Sonika not having a full body avatar, the fandom takes it upon themselves to sketch up various designs for the Engloids. A similar situation is displayed when fans design an image for [=VY1=] and [=VY2=], as they are the first Japanese Vocaloids to not have a full body avatar on their boxart, similar to Leon and Lola. Fans of the pair often also associate them with the characters in their design contests, Kobushi Kiku and 66 (pronounced "Roro"), though 66 is used more often than Kobushi in art.
5th Apr '18 5:51:24 PM ninjamitsuki2
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* FriendlyFandoms: With ''[[VideoGame/TheiDolmaster The iDOLM@STER]]''. The "P name" honorific originated in the [=iM@S=] games, the largest Vocaloid convention in Japan is called The Voc@loid M@ster, [[VideoGame/HatsuneMikuProjectDiva Project Diva]] had iDOLM@STER costumes and songs as DLC, and Miku appeared as a guest idol in ..VideoGame/TheiDolmaster2''. It helps that the Kagamines and the Futami twins [[Creator/AsamiShimoda share the same seiyuu]].

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* FriendlyFandoms: With ''[[VideoGame/TheiDolmaster The iDOLM@STER]]''. The "P name" honorific originated in the [=iM@S=] games, the largest Vocaloid convention in Japan is called The Voc@loid M@ster, [[VideoGame/HatsuneMikuProjectDiva Project Diva]] had iDOLM@STER costumes and songs as DLC, and Miku appeared as a guest idol in ..VideoGame/TheiDolmaster2''.in ''[[VideoGame/TheiDolmaster2 The iDOLM@STER 2]]''. It helps that the Kagamines and the Futami twins [[Creator/AsamiShimoda share the same seiyuu]].
5th Apr '18 5:50:47 PM ninjamitsuki2
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* FriendlyFandoms: With ''VideoGame/TheiDolmaster''. The "P name" honorific originated in the [=iM@S=] games, the largest Vocaloid convention in Japan is called The Voc@loid M@ster, [[VideoGame/HatsuneMikuProjectDiva Project Diva]] had iDOLM@STER costumes and songs as DLC, and Miku appeared as a guest idol in ..VideoGame/TheiDolmaster2''. It helps that the Kagamines and the Futami twins [[Creator/AsamiShimoda share the same seiyuu]].

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* FriendlyFandoms: With ''VideoGame/TheiDolmaster''.''[[VideoGame/TheiDolmaster The iDOLM@STER]]''. The "P name" honorific originated in the [=iM@S=] games, the largest Vocaloid convention in Japan is called The Voc@loid M@ster, [[VideoGame/HatsuneMikuProjectDiva Project Diva]] had iDOLM@STER costumes and songs as DLC, and Miku appeared as a guest idol in ..VideoGame/TheiDolmaster2''. It helps that the Kagamines and the Futami twins [[Creator/AsamiShimoda share the same seiyuu]].
5th Apr '18 5:50:14 PM ninjamitsuki2
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* FriendlyFandoms: With ''VideoGame/TheiDolmaster''. The "P name" honorific originated in the [=iM@S=] games, the largest Vocaloid convention in Japan is called The Voc@loid M@ster, [[VideoGame/HatsuneMikuProjectDiva Project Diva]] had iDOLM@STER costumes and songs as DLC, and Miku appeared as a guest idol in ..VideoGame/TheiDolmaster2''. It helps that the Kagamines and the Futami twins [[Creator/AsamiShomda share the same seiyuu]].

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* FriendlyFandoms: With ''VideoGame/TheiDolmaster''. The "P name" honorific originated in the [=iM@S=] games, the largest Vocaloid convention in Japan is called The Voc@loid M@ster, [[VideoGame/HatsuneMikuProjectDiva Project Diva]] had iDOLM@STER costumes and songs as DLC, and Miku appeared as a guest idol in ..VideoGame/TheiDolmaster2''. It helps that the Kagamines and the Futami twins [[Creator/AsamiShomda [[Creator/AsamiShimoda share the same seiyuu]].
5th Apr '18 5:49:57 PM ninjamitsuki2
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* FriendlyFandoms: With ''VideoGame/TheiDolmaster''. The "P name" honorific originated in the [=iM@S=] games, the largest Vocaloid convention in Japan is called The Voc@loid M@ster, [[VideoGame/HatsuneMikuProjectDiva Project Diva]] had iDOLM@STER costumes and songs as DLC, and Miku appeared as a guest idol in ..VideoGame/TheiDolmaster2''. It helps that the Kagamines and the Futami twins [[Creator/AsamiShomda share the same seiyuu]].
3rd Apr '18 10:18:25 PM DefiantKitsune
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* AwesomeMusic: A lot of the songs. [[AwesomeMusic/{{Vocaloid}} Listed here]].



* AwesomeMusic: A lot of the songs. [[AwesomeMusic/{{Vocaloid}} Listed here]].
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