"Cute" cuts out most of the Vocaloid cast if you actually use the true defination of it.
Thus your left with basically the younger Vocaloids in general... Ryutu if you consider him cute, Una, Oliver, Yuki. At a pinch Rin and Len.
Some people push "cute" to mean "attractive" and sexualise things, but I disagree with lolicon so I'm honestly going to choose between those that actually fit the true definition of cute.
Of the "cute" Vocaloids, the cutest to me is Una.
I do note, the response could be considered a bit rude given the circumstances.
He was just as far as anyone knows a early tech demo, and likely a step in the path to Vocaloid:AI
Gumi's vocal has 10 voicebanks in Japanese and 1 in English giving a total of 11 voicbanks.
In addition, a Talk version.
Luka has 3 voicebanks in Japanese, one of which is no longer supported and 1 voicebank in English... Which was doubled to create two in a cheating method. Luka has EVEC... But its not as good as an actual voicebank.
While the Luka vocal has been more adaptable, still with 11 voicebanks Gumi wins on a technical level and there is no competition.
If you want to go further, you can in 4 XSY Gumi with Cul, Gackpo, Ryuto, Una, Lily, Kokone and Chika to make a lot more variations on the Gumi vocal. Luka does not XSY with anyone but herself.
There is LITERALLY no comparison here, Gumi is a better Vocaloid.
Luka V2 and V4x are still considered Vocaloid voicebanks, so when we refer to the "Vocaloid Luka" we do not address her as her current status, we only refer to her past now.
Erm... In Arbaic countries... They don't like their women dressed like... Luka and Miku. Your talking about a culture that pushes Burkas and in some countries forces women into full body outfits entirely.
Because she is a pointless character who has nothing to do with Vocaloid except being a variation on Miku's design. Aka, she is a fanloid.
Whereas Miku and Teto have voicebanks, sure Teto's a UTAU but the existence of voicebanks makes a difference.
Also, a lot of the time, Neru just uses Miku's voice for "her voice". So... If you like the Neru vocal.... You actually like the Miku vocal.
Except for the times Rin's vocal gets used instead.
You could just look at the view count of each page. O.o
@Meerkat, they've never been anything but Vocalodi so they are Vocaloid!
IA Japanese is only Vocaloid, hence why IA is both CeVIO and Vocaloid.
Miku has switched engines,
These are not the same things.
ITs the same character and Zatsune's creator abandoned her in 2009...
But she has left Vocaloid... And now isn't a Vocaloid.
So your basis is now only V2 Luka and V4x Luka.
But Luka isn't a Vocaloid right now.
You treat Miku and co as any other vocaloid voicebank.
Miku's no longer Vocaloid.
So is neither Vocaloid nor UTAU.
None of these are Vocaloids anymore! :-O
I'm going to say "no" strictly because the "hall of fame stuff" was souly and originally a Nico Nico Douga/Nico Video thing. A lot of the videos had a tag that groups videos and sorted them by number of view, it was called "Hall of fame" and it was divided according to view counts. You could click on them and get all the 1million views. A video did not enter the hall of fame gallery tag until it reached the lowest number it needed.
The whole "hall of fame" thing pretty much came purely from the Japanese fans. Also its always been much harder for videos on Nico video to get views then youtube because of the more restrictive aduience since globally more people form different countries look at youtube videos... While aside from a handful of anime nuts because Nico was in japanese only Japan really views it. I'm being a bit blunt here, I mean no offensive to anyway.
So this is basically where the term "hall of fame" comes from when it comes to Vocaloid videos, etc, so yeah..
Yamaha has stated that all its vocal synth tech carries the name of "Vocaloid", so the success or failure of the commerical side of Vocaloid may not impact much in the long run.
The only part thats not "Vocaloid" is "Vocaloid:Ai" which is a seperate related project. Believe it or not there is a difference.
So CFM will just impact the interest in certain areas of the Vocaloid software.
V2, V3 and V4x versions will still be Vocaloids no matter what.
It still covers the same topic the Vocaloid synthesise and all its related things.
Lets put it this way... The url is still "Vocaloid.Fandom.com" so it pretty much defines what we cover.
Which version of the CFM lot do you have?
The V2 vocals at least have B1-B5
@AllyKay123 - 3 of those will not be with us for much longer in Vocaloid.
Mine are well known; Big Al, Tonio and Nana
Its going to be Bruno and Clara every time in terms of Vocaloids.
I can think... Of more underrated Vocaloids even in Japan.
Kokone is quite popular btw and so was Rana.
They weren't Miku, Ia, Yukari, Gumi, etc popular though.