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Kaitlin
25 July 2010 @ 05:24 pm
Esto es mi traducción por la canción de Vocaloid song Secret. Me corrija, por favor, si ve errores.


English Lyrics by: MOTOKOKUSANAGI2009
The song is actually in English, so...

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Kaitlin
24 June 2010 @ 10:53 pm
After a long break, Luka at last!

Megurine Luka is the third Vocaloid in the Vocaloid2 series. She is one of the older Vocaloids at 20, and has one of the lowest female vocal ranges. She was released on January 30, 2009 and has quickly made her way into NicoNico fame. Luka was the first of the bilingual Vocaloids, although she does speak English with a accent. Her voice is also one of the quietest, so she isn't suited for hard rock songs (Although there are some exceptions).

I'm taking a bit of a different approach to styling on this post. This time around, I'm going to give my thoughts about the songs and why I put them on the list.


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Kaitlin
18 January 2010 @ 11:55 am
Best of Len and Rin

Honestly, you can't separate the twins (Take note that it's not confirmed that they're twins. Some interpret them as mirror images of each other, but the majority of people think of them as twins).

Len and Rin were the second program of the Vocalod2 software and their popularity rivals Miku's. They were released on December 27, 2007 (With an updated Act2 version released in June 2008) and their voice data is sampled from Asami Shimoda. Their voices are more suited to catchy pop tunes, but they do pretty well in with any song.

Songs and their answer songs will be listed under one heading, in a row.

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That's it for now. I think I've left you with enough songs. There will be more videos, but for my sanity and yours I'm gonna stop here for now. XD
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Kaitlin
27 October 2009 @ 07:55 pm
Best of Miku

Now we come to the most popular Vocaloid, Miku! Miku was the first of the Vocaloid2 programs. She was realeased on August 31, 2007 and her voice is sampled from Saki Fujita. She has a higher voice than Meiko, but a lower voice than Rin. I'm afraid that this list may be quite long. Oh, and there'll be mood wiplash (Going from a happy song to a sad song to a happy song, etc.) orz

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Kaitlin
25 October 2009 @ 01:34 pm
I told you that Kaito was next!

If Youtube decides to take the video that I posted down, please do not hesitate to comment or contact me to let me know that the video is down. I will try my best to find another video of the song and translation.

Kaito is another one of the first edition Vocaloids. He was relaeased on Febuary 17, 2006. He has a very strange voice that usually makes me smile. His voice is based off of Naoto Fuga's.

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Kaitlin
11 October 2009 @ 11:40 am
Since I origionally made this LJ for Vocaloid related things, I figure that I might want to, y'know, actually update with something related to Vocaloid as opposed to my own life. In this segment of my journal (Don't you just love how I talk about my journal like a varity show?), I will embed videos to songs that I think are really good (They will have an English translation). If Youtube decides to take the video that I posted down, please do not hesitate to comment or contact me to let me know that the video is down. I will try my best to find another video of the song and translation.
 
 
First edition - Meiko!
 
Meko was one of the first edition Vocaloids (Along with Kaito, Leon, Lola, and Miriam) she was released on November 5, 2004. Her voice is a lot more robotic sounding than Miku or any of the later Vocaloids, but she and Kaito are able to cover a broader range than any other Vocaloids. Her voice was based on Meiko Haigo's.
 
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