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MIKU STOMP is a guitar-based synthetic voice player designed and created by KORG in co-operation with Crypton Future Media and Yamaha.
History[edit | edit source]
Technology[edit | edit source]
The MIKU STOMP module connects to any electric instrument capable of audio line-in functions (specifically, guitars), and draws data from a never-before-seen voicebank for Hatsune Miku. Using the audio input, users can connect their instrument to the module and play a note, having Miku match the corresponding pitch, intonation, timbre, and vibrato. MIKU STOMP utilizes limited VOCALOID hardware technology, and is constructed upon the same principles as the VOCALOOP and eVOCALOID software.
- Effects and Peaks
Random, Scat, Laah, Lahh, Ahh, Pahh, Nyan, Phrase 1, Phrase 2, and Phrase 3
The Official MIKU STOMP Introduction Video
iOS app[edit | edit source]
Lyrics for MIkU STOMP is an iOS app which allows user to be able to input lyrics in either hiragana or katakana. Users can select from a number of preset syllables and phrases, such as "Looh", and "Ah". Some lyrics to Senbonzakura can also be selected from the list of phrases.
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