What is Hatsune Miku? Hatsune Miku is a Japanese music sensation, a 16 year-old blue-haired girl with a unique voice and prodigious energy.
Vocaloid (ボーカロイド, Bōkaroido) is a singing voice synthesizer software. Its signal processing. The Vocaloid and Vocaloid 2 synthesis engines are designed for singing, not reading text aloud. Crypton has been involved with the marketing of their Character Vocal Series, particularly Hatsune Miku, has been actively.
What makes her special is that she is not a human singer, but a virtual persona who uses a computer-generated voice and 3D graphics to perform on stage. With a repertoire entirely provided by individual creators, she is the first truly crowd-created virtual talent.
But being virtual doesn't stop her from filling up concert halls, or teaming up with major artists like Lady Gaga and Pharrell Williams! Internationally popular, with over 2.5 million followers on Facebook, the increasing demand for concerts overseas paved the way to Miku Expo, a world tour that has so far taken her from Indonesia to Los Angeles, New York and Shanghai, with a memorable TV stop at the David Letterman show.
Non-stop shop srbija. 2.0.12 / November 6, 2010 Available in, Voice Synthesizer Software Website Vocaloid 2 is a and the successor to the voice synthesizer application. Unlike the first engine, Vocaloid 2 based its output on vocal samples, rather than voice analysis.
The synthesis engine and the user interface were completely revamped, with Japanese Vocaloids possessing a Japanese interface, as opposed to the previous version, which used English for both versions. It is noteworthy for introducing the popular character. Contents • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • History [ ] Vocaloid 2 was announced in 2007. Unlike the first engine, Vocaloid 2 based its synthesis on vocal samples, rather than analysis of the human voice. Due to time constraints, unlike the previous engine, it did not have a public beta test and instead bugs were patched as users reported them. The synthesis engine and the user interface were completely revamped, with Japanese Vocaloids possessing a Japanese interface, as opposed to all versions being in english, as was the case with its predecessor. New features included note auditioning, transparent control track, toggling between playback and rendering, and expression control.
One's breath and voice could also be recorded into the library to make realistic sounds. This version was not with the original Vocaloid engine, and its editor could not load libraries built for the previous version.
In addition to the PC software, Yamaha also offered an online service called NetVocaloid. This software was not localized, and Vocaloids made with either the English or Japanese in mind version would only be compatible with their respective version; for example, although Megurine Luka had an English library included, as a Japanese Vocaloid she was only usable with the Japanese version of the software. Yamaha also released a version of the Vocaloid 2 software for the and, which was first exhibited at the Y2 Autumn 2010 Digital Content Expo in Japan. This version of the software was later released using the voice of Yamaha's own Vocaloid called VY1. These products were launched as and i-Vocaloid, though the latter was later renamed to. Unlike the original Vocaloid software, Vocaloid 2 vocals could be imported into. However, it was not possible to import any Vocaloid 2 vocals into Vocaloid Neo or the Mac ports of.
It was also possible to import Vocaloid 2 vocals into, either by importing them into Vocaloid 3 then Vocaloid 4, or via the use of the Vocaloid 2 import tool. Furthermore, while support for the software was provided, Vocaloid 2 would not work with some such as, and had compatibility issues with others such as. In total, there were 35 vocal libraries produced for Vocaloid 2; 17 in the Japanese version, and five in the English version. Support for Vocaloid 2 ended in March of 2016. Products [ ] Sweet Ann [ ].
Main article: Released on August 31, 2007 as the first of the 'Character Voice Series', her codename was 'CV01' and she was designed to sound cute. She was the first vocal not based on a professional singer results and based on the voice of. She was the first vocal to be developed and distributed by Crypton Future Media and sung in Japanese. Her instant success is owed to Vocaloid being a cultural hit in Japan and she reportedly sold 40,000 units by July 2008, selling on average 300 units a week. By Jan 2011, she had sold 60,000 units.