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CV03 release date was decided!!
Jan 6 2009
11:50
dsz7388
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http://www.crypton.co.jp/mp/pages/prod/ … d/cv03.jsp

CV03 name is said, "巡音ルカ(Megurine Luka)".
The ages are 20 years older than Hastune Miku.

The schedule of the radio actor who took charge was not suitable and, afterwards, "Megurine Luca" was put away from "Kagamine Rin Len" to begin with as a result though projects were earlier than "Hatsune Miku".

Therefore, the age setting becomes it above "Hatsune Miku", too.

The reservation began on January 6.
The release date was decided January 30 in Japan.

Jan 6 2009
13:32
Giuseppe
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I don’t understand in order that it serves the height, the age and the weight of a virtual voice

Jan 24 2009
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[quote="Giuseppe":7l7sr72c]I don’t understand in order that it serves the height, the age and the weight of a virtual voice[/quote:7l7sr72c]
The fanbase of the characters (I.E, the ‘character’ of Hatsune Miku, Rin & Len, etc.) likes to know these things. It’s fan fodder, basically. They don’t do this with Leon, Lola and Prima for the fact that Americans don’t really care so much.
(That is, the ones that don’t know about the Japanese ones.)

Jan 24 2009
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[quote="zoupzuop2":w5synli6][quote="Giuseppe":w5synli6]I don’t understand in order that it serves the height, the age and the weight of a virtual voice[/quote:w5synli6]
The fanbase of the characters (I.E, the ‘character’ of Hatsune Miku, Rin & Len, etc.) likes to know these things. It’s fan fodder, basically. They don’t do this with Leon, Lola and Prima for the fact that Americans don’t really care so much.
(That is, the ones that don’t know about the Japanese ones.)[/quote:w5synli6]

Are you saying that most Japanese users of Vocaloid are children?

Jan 24 2009
17:28
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What is meant by CV03?

Does it mean that Vocaloid Version 3 is coming soon?

With English voices as well?

What has been improved?

[quote="dsz7388":3ma1iegm]http://www.crypton.co.jp/mp/pages/prod/vocaloid/cv03.jsp

CV03 name is said, "巡音ルカ(Megurine Luka)".
The ages are 20 years older than Hastune Miku.

The schedule of the radio actor who took charge was not suitable and, afterwards, "Megurine Luca" was put away from "Kagamine Rin Len" to begin with as a result though projects were earlier than "Hatsune Miku".

Therefore, the age setting becomes it above "Hatsune Miku", too.

The reservation began on January 6.
The release date was decided January 30 in Japan.[/quote:3ma1iegm]

Jan 24 2009
18:38
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I think there are two types Vocaloid users;
Users who like the music itself
and users only see the music as a simple accompaniment and gives more importance to other things, in this case, the image.

has been established a parallel market with Vocaloid for most current users (Japanese or not) gives more importance to the sound image, only have to look at youtube and 15,500 uploaded videos in one year.

Most of these users are not children, they are teenagers.

I regret having created some kind of "controversial" in this, but for us who care more about the music that image, know the weight, height and age of a virtual voice is like to know what color is the virtual piano, guitars etc. that I use in my songs.

CV03 is that Crypton Media had planned to launch 3 voices on the market (4 RIN / LEN) and has launched the latest, I would like to ask; Crypton is not going to do more voices?

Jan 28 2009
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[quote="maiki":3r18zny9][quote="zoupzuop2":3r18zny9][quote="Giuseppe":3r18zny9]I don’t understand in order that it serves the height, the age and the weight of a virtual voice[/quote:3r18zny9]
The fanbase of the characters (I.E, the ‘character’ of Hatsune Miku, Rin & Len, etc.) likes to know these things. It’s fan fodder, basically. They don’t do this with Leon, Lola and Prima for the fact that Americans don’t really care so much.
(That is, the ones that don’t know about the Japanese ones.)[/quote:3r18zny9]

Are you saying that most Japanese users of Vocaloid are children?[/quote:3r18zny9]
Nope! I’m saying that a great deal of the Japanese users of Vocaloid are fans of the characters. They find it "fun".

Jan 31 2009
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I think the voices without there Characters behind where not half so good. The Characters gives the Voices much more and so they are not only some artificially Voices. Look to the many YouTube MVs from Miku Hatsune, it makes a big different to only hear the songs or hear and see it. And so it is not a wonder, that many Fans will have personaly Datas about the virtuell Characters.

Jan 31 2009
12:23
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All Vocaloid voices are very good, the problem is with those who manage.

Youtube is not the best reference for someone who knows nothing of Vocaloid and want to know what this is.

Feb 2 2009
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[quote="Giuseppe":1sav4eq7]I think there are two types Vocaloid users;
Users who like the music itself
and users only see the music as a simple accompaniment and gives more importance to other things, in this case, the image.

has been established a parallel market with Vocaloid for most current users (Japanese or not) gives more importance to the sound image, only have to look at youtube and 15,500 uploaded videos in one year.

Most of these users are not children, they are teenagers.[/quote:1sav4eq7]

Do you mean that teenage non-musicians are spending hundreds of dollars on the Vocaloid software, which a non-musician would not know what to do with, just so they can be "fans" of the "characters".

Wouldn’t it be easier (and cheaper) to be "fans" of Superman or Batman?

Feb 19 2009
00:47
Luka Mitutoyo
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[quote="Giuseppe":3ezyo7lm]

CV03 is that Crypton Media had planned to launch 3 voices on the market (4 RIN / LEN) and has launched the latest, I would like to ask; Crypton is not going to do more voices?[/quote:3ezyo7lm]

i may sound to be very cold hearted on this remark but i would prefer that crypton cease and disit form this arena after the way that they have continued to treat me and my sister who have both invested much time and money into their products only to be stomped on when we asked for help in recovering a very dear piece of software that was stollen from me.
they have the capabilitys to identify the vocaloid software to a specific computer when it is first installed and activated i and my sister contacted them looking for help when my laptop and the software on it was stollen from my flat severL days or so ago because the id key of my pc and the software i purchased from them is linked to the mac address of the network hardware in the system and can be used to pinpoint the pc on line to a geographic location if hooked to the web but instead of helping .. they chose to treat us with great cruelty and even went as far as threghtening to send us to court . both i and my sister have over the last 3 years purchased Y58,954 worth of their products and services while i was getting my degree in music arts now they have chossen to stab us in the back as it is the theft of the pc and most of the sound equipment has cost me my job and soon will also cost me a place of residence if i cant find work to make pay of bills

May 12 2009
08:54
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[quote="maiki":34e741o4][quote="Giuseppe":34e741o4]I think there are two types Vocaloid users;
Users who like the music itself
and users only see the music as a simple accompaniment and gives more importance to other things, in this case, the image.

has been established a parallel market with Vocaloid for most current users (Japanese or not) gives more importance to the sound image, only have to look at youtube and 15,500 uploaded videos in one year.

Most of these users are not children, they are teenagers.[/quote:34e741o4]

Do you mean that teenage non-musicians are spending hundreds of dollars on the Vocaloid software, which a non-musician would not know what to do with, just so they can be "fans" of the "characters".

Wouldn’t it be easier (and cheaper) to be "fans" of Superman or Batman?[/quote:34e741o4]

I think you misinterpreted that post! The vocaloid fans are not spending money on the software at all, most are not vocaloid music creators. They are the audience, listening to the vocaloid creators’ music.

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