Yes, I am well aware of that. I was simply stating that though that is how most of the community views those characters, it should not be taken as a canon fact.
Errorist ft. Chris by Nishin.
Spectacle ft. DAINA by nostraightanswer.
Lauren Estes has a lot of nice music, and so do Crusher and KIRA.
As for Japanese artists/producers, I enjoy Shr (Songs: Yelling Together, Record Red), Shinjou-P (Songs: Farewell Song, Mind Scientist, Rosary Pale), and Yanagi-P (Songs: Relics of the Clouds, Rusty Moonlight).
Not necessarily. Though VOCALOID5 has not seen many new releases in terms of voicebanks, the software has improved tremendously. As for how well V5 has been doing in terms of sales, that can only be determined by the end of it's lifespan.
I hope that Crypton's move away from VOCALOID will help new companies create voicebanks for Yamaha's engine, as Voctro Labs left in 2018 and Beijing Photek S&T Development Co. Ltd. has been focusing on SynthesizerV.
Instead of running on VOCALOID API (OCALOID source code), Piapro Studio will now be run entirely by Crypton without relying on VOCALOID. This means that Piapro Studio is becoming a synthesizer completely separate from VOCALOID.
Therefore future versions of the Cryptonloids, aka Piapro Characters, will not be compatible with VOCALOID. The new line of Miku and co, is called NT (stands for new type.)
If you would like to learn more about the move to Piapro Studio, please check out the Piapro Wiki.
Just saying, there is no official "meme squad" when it comes to VOCALOID.
In a sense, almost all of the voicebank products have become a meme at one time or another.
Uninstalling and deactivating your products would probably be the best thing to do. You will have to re-install, re-activate, and re-import the all the vocals in all the editors. I would reccomend using the VOCALOID uninstall application that comes with the software. I think it is called Deactivate3 or Deactivate4 depending on what editor you use.
As long as you have your serial codes and product installers it takes a bit of time, but is easy to accomplish.
Welcome to the Wiki! If you would like more information on Miku, I would suggest looking at the Piapro Wiki, as she is not a VOCALOID product anymore. All the other Piapro Characters (Kagamines, Luka, MEIKO, and KAITO) will be moving away from VOCALOID and on to Piapro Studio for NT as well.
Enjoy your time on the VOCALOID Wiki though. We have many song pages, though if you can't find your song here, the VOCALOID Lyrics Wiki has a wider selection.
If you still have the download file/disc, you can find the breath files on there.
I would not recommend looking online for the files.
If all else fails, you could send an email to the company that made the voicebank.
You're welcome. If you would like to know more about the characters there are pages for them on this Wiki.
Here's a list of descriptions with names of the characters:
Blue lips: LEON
Red lips: LOLA
Red shirt woman with black hair: Clara
Blue shirt man with hat: Bruno
Woman with brown hair and red shirt and skirt: MEIKO (who is now a "Piaproloid/Cryptonloid." Same goes for Miku).
Cat eared blonde woman: SeeU
Grey haired girl with green eyes: Luo Tianyi
Hopefully this helps.
I apologize if you didn't understand. I'm more of a software obsessed vocal synthesizer fan...also the Piapro Wiki is new so currently it dosen't hold a lot of new info. But the editors on the Wiki are working on an article for Miku's latest release, Hatsune Miku NT.
Ah well, if you're new obsession is Hatsune Miku, in order to follow her software development you should head over to the Piapro Wiki. As she's not going to have any future VOCALOID releases along with the other Piapro Characters, the VOCALOID Wiki has stopped covering her development.
Otherwise, welcome to the Wiki! If you have any questions about VOCALOID software or tuning, feel free to check out the pages on this Wiki.
This took me a long time to find myself until I realized it was a song by cosmoP
Here is a Youtube link to the song: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5KqoIMF9qQs
Tonio and Prima are very old vocals, and though they are mostly suited for opera I find both of their voices beautiful.
As for producers, Lauren Estes is my favorite VOCALOID artist from the West aside from Crusher. I like her music a lot. I'm not sure how popular some of my favorite Japanese producers are.
As the Piapro Characters/Crypton Future Media vocals are departing from VOCALOID I have found that I am more interested in Engloids these days.
I like a lot of the voices, though I will admit they all have flaws.
Chris, Amy, Prima, and Tonio are currently my top four.
Personally I would say that the premium version is not worth the price...though I may like Songman, I am not willing to pay $90.00 for his voice or get 3 other vocals I will never use along with Ken and Kaori.
If you are new to VOCALOID, I would recommend the standard version of V5, as the new Standard Vocalists are much smoother than the VY series of vocals.
Then again, the only VY vocal I have ever liked is Songman.
Though if you do want a full-fledged "music production studio" along with a VOCALOID voice, I would recommend picking up a physical V3/V4 Crypton Future Media package. Then again, you could just buy Studio One Artist 4 from the PreSonus website for $100. So whether or not you buy a CFM VOCALOID 3 or 4 package does not matter that much.
He does not have a confirmed age, which means his age is up to interpretation.
I assume you are talking about having MikuExpo in Australia so...
If you would like to contact CFM about it, they have a form linked on the MikuExpo page. Just note though, they most likely will not respond to your request. But at least it is better than staying silent.