When the Japanese Yamaha VOCALOID website was updated, it was revealed that Mew was due to be released as a bundled package with the VOCALOID3 software as a starter option, alongside VY1 who was being released separately under the same bundle. Mew is also sold alone without the software.
Her boxart was revealed on September 13, 2011.
Mew was made available to purchase by pre-order on the official VOCALOID site. This was on September 30, 2011, making her, SeeU, Gumi Extend, and VY1v3 the very first VOCALOIDs of the 3rd generation.
Mew "Second Edition"
The original version of Mew was discontinued from sale on April 20th, 2013. While she was listed as getting a second edition alongside the V3 editor, VY1v3, VY2v3, Aoki Lapis, and Tone Rion, she alongside Rion's SE release never came out, likely due to their NEO versions being in development.
In 2013, a Mac version of Mew called "Mew NEO" was released. This used the new VOCALOID NEO engine to work on Mac computers.
|こんなアタシDOでShow!? (Konna Atashi DO de Show!?)||NicoNico|
|"Demo Song" (NEO)||YouTube|
- OS: Windows 7 (32/64bit) / 8 (32/64bit) / Vista (32bit) / XP (32bit)
- Works with 32bit compatibility mode on Windows 7 in (WOW64), and 64bit version of Windows 8.
- CPU: Celeron Dual Core 2.1 GHz or more.
- RAM: 1GB or more.
- Others: In order to perform DVD-ROM drive / sound device / activation process, requires a computer to be connected to the internet environment.
| Optimum Range: G2 ~ G4 Optimum Tempo: 65 ~ 150 BPM |
Total Tempo (min-max): 85 BPM No. of Keys: W ~ 15, B ~ 10, Total ~ 25
|Trial/Demo Vers?: Yes Starter Available?: No App vers.?: Yes|
|Package details as noted:|
This vocal was designed to be a faithful recreation of her vocal provider Sakamoto Miu.
Her package also comes with addition VSQ, .WAV and MP3 files for songs from Dixie Flatline and ONE.
|Vocal traits as noted:|
|Phonetic notes as noted:|