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Common txt Edit

What I use when I need to quickly edit pages.

{{Song box |yt_id = 
|singer = [[AVANNA]]
|producer = [[]] (music, lyrics) 
|songtitle = "'''{{subst:PAGENAME}}'''" 
|uploaddate =  |viewcount = 
|image = 
|color = }}

==Background==

==Lyrics==
{{Lyrics|}}

==External links==
*[MediaFire] Official MP3 Download
*[MediaFire] Official Instrumental Download

[[Category:Original songs]]
[[Category:English songs]]
[[Category:Songs featuring AVANNA]]


/* External link set up */

==External links==
'''Official''' :
*[]

'''Other''' :
*[]

'''Fandom''' :
* fanart [http://browse.deviantart.com/?qh=&section=&q= DeviantArt] / [http://www.pixiv.net/search.php?s_mode=s_tag&word= Pixiv] 
/ [http://piapro.jp/content_list/?view=image&tag= Piapro]
* models on [http://mikumikudance.wikia.com/wiki/Category:_Models MikuMikuDance wiki] 

Misc Edit

/* Music font */

9833 ♩
9834 ♪
9835 ♫
9836 ♬
9837 ♭
9838 ♮
9839 ♯
| rowspan="4" style="text-align: center; vertical-align: top; width: 120px; "|{{#if:{{{image|}}} | [[Image:{{{image}}}|120px|left]] | <center>http://i.ytimg.com/vi/U7muD43nraU/{{#if:{{{thumb|}}}|{{{thumb}}}|default}}.jpg</center>}}


| rowspan="4" style="text-align: center; vertical-align: top; width: 120px; "|{{#if:{{{image|}}} | [[Image:{{{image}}}|120px|left]] | <center>http://tn-skr1.smilevideo.jp/smile?i=18835015.jpg</center>}}

http://tn-skr1.smilevideo.jp/smile?i=18835015

http://tn-skr1.smilevideo.jp/smile?i=18835015

==0==
<script type="text/javascript" src="http://ext.nicovideo.jp/thumb_watch/sm18835015?w=490&h=307"></script><noscript><a href="http://www.nicovideo.jp/watch/sm18835015">Niconico 【CLARA】 Overloaded System 【オリジナル曲】</a></noscript>

-Akikoloid-chan -Aoki Lapis -Avanna -Big Al -Bruno -Clara -CUL -Gachapoid -Gackpoid -Galaco -Gumi -Hatsune Miku -Hibiki Lui -Hiyama Kiyoteru -IA -Kaai Yuki -Kagamine Len -Kagamine Rin -Kaito -Kamui Gakupo -Leon -Lily -Lily -Lola -Luo Tianyi -Mayu -Megpoid -Megurine Luka -Meiko -Merli -Mew -Miriam -Nekomura Iroha -Oliver -Prima -Prima -Ring Suzune -Ryuto -SeeU -SF-A2 miki -Sonika -Sonika -Sweet Ann -Tone Rion -Tonio -Tonio -Ueki-loid -Utatane Piko -VY1 -VY1v3 -VY2 -VY2v3 -Yan He -Yuzuki Yukari -ZOLA PROJECT

Lyric templates Edit

Working on adjusting lyric templates. First conceptualized on the Community forums here

Often people don't know how to get one set of lyrics to the left and another to the right. Our current method is here Song_Article_Guideline.

I found this template on zh.japshi.wikia, I modified it slightly using the div style from clubpenguin.wikia..

{| align=center cellspacing=5 width=100%
|align=center style="width:36em"| '''Japanese (日文歌詞)'''
|align=center style="width:36em"| '''Romaji (ローマ字)'''
|--
|align=left valign=top style="border:1px solid #FFE0EE; background-color:blue; padding:5px"|
<div style="word-wrap: break-word; white-space: pre-wrap; line-height: 18px; line-spacing: 100px; color: #333333; padding-left: 30px;">
//Japanese here

|align=left valign=top style="border:1px solid #CEF2E0; background-color:red; padding:5px"|
<div style="word-wrap: break-word; white-space: pre-wrap; line-height: 18px; line-spacing: 100px; color: #333333; padding-left: 30px;">

//Romaji here

</div></div>
|}

And this template on dothack.wikia.. It requires using "colon" instead of "br"

{|class="infobox bordered" table align="center" style="width: 100%; font size: 90%; text-align: left; clear:both;" cellpadding="2"
|
{{{romaji}}}
|
{{{kanji}}}
|-
|}

FinalizationEdit

{| align=center cellspacing=5 width=100%
|align=center style="width:36em"| '''Japanese (日文歌詞)'''
|align=center style="width:36em"| '''Romaji (ローマ字)'''
|-
|div style="word-wrap: break-word; white-space: pre-wrap;"|//Japanese here

Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, 
consectetuer adipiscing elit, 
sed diam nonummy nibh euismod tincidunt ut laoreet dolore magna aliquam erat volutpat. 

|div style="word-wrap: break-word; white-space: pre-wrap;"|//Romaji here

Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, 
consectetuer adipiscing elit, 
sed diam nonummy nibh euismod tincidunt ut laoreet dolore magna aliquam erat volutpat. 

|}

More ideasEdit

From the siouxsie.wikia

First asked here

<span class="wm-1"> - </span>

<div style="float:left;">
{| width="398px" cellspacing="1" cellpadding="1" border="1" style="border-collapse:collapse;"
| class="wm-1"|

{| style="clear: right; border: solid #9F3ED5 1px; width: 86%; margin: 0 auto; font-size: 95%; background: #60148A; color:black; padding: 10px; text-align: left; float: center;"
|- 
| colspan="2" style="font-size:125%; background: #CA8FEA; text-align: center;" | '''''{{PAGENAME}} Lyrics'''''
|- 
| style="text-align: center; color: #3366FF; font: italic 1.05em 'Times New Roman', serif; white-space: pre-wrap;" | {{{1|Please enter lyrics here, don't leave this blank, thanks!}}}
|}
|}
</div>
{{Brclear}}

Navbar Songlist extended Edit

Add template within template to create a double Navbar. May work for future voice banks like Miku.

<table style="border: 1px solid #999999"
cellpadding="3">
  <tr>
{{#switch:{{{1|}}}

|bunai1= [[File:.png|center|link=]]
       <td style="background: #000000; font-weight:bold;">[[User:Bunai82 {{!}}<span style="color: #d40000;">Userpage </span>]]</td>
       <td style="background: #000000; font-weight:bold;">[[User_talk:Bunai82 {{!}}<span style="color: #d40000;">Talk </span>]]</td>
       <td style="background: #000000; font-weight:bold;">[[Special:Contributions/Bunai82 {{!}}<span style="color: #d40000;">Contributions </span>]]</td>
       <td style="background: #000000; font-weight:bold;">[[User:Bunai82/Sandbox {{!}}<span style="color: #d40000;">Sandbox </span>]]</td>
       {{Template:User:Bunai82/Sl2|bunai1}}

|bunai2= [[File:.png|center|link=]]
        <td style="background: #1c3a46; font-weight:bold;">[[User:Bunai82 {{!}}<span style="color: #94c3a7;">Userpage </span>]]</td>
        <td style="background: #1c3a46; font-weight:bold;">[[User_talk:Bunai82 {{!}}<span style="color: #94c3a7;">Talk </span>]]</td>
        <td style="background: #1c3a46; font-weight:bold;">[[Special:Contributions/Bunai82 {{!}}<span style="color: #94c3a7;">Contributions </span>]]</td>
        <td style="background: #1c3a46; font-weight:bold;">[[User:Bunai82/Sandbox {{!}}<span style="color: #94c3a7;">Sandbox </span>]]</td>
        {{Template:User:Bunai82/Sl2|bunai2}}
}}  </tr>
</table>

----
<includeonly><tr>
{{#switch:{{{1|}}}
|bunai1= <td style="background: #000000; font-weight:bold;">[[User:Bunai82 {{!}}<span style="color: #FFFFFF;">Userpage </span>]]</td>
       <td style="background: #000000; font-weight:bold;">[[User_talk:Bunai82 {{!}}<span style="color: #FFFFFF;">Talk </span>]]</td>
       <td style="background: #000000; font-weight:bold;">[[Special:Contributions/Bunai82 {{!}}<span style="color: #FFFFFF;">Contributions </span>]]</td>
       <td style="background: #000000; font-weight:bold;">[[User:Bunai82/Sandbox {{!}}<span style="color: #FFFFFF;">Sandbox </span>]]</td>

|bunai2= <td style="background: #000000; font-weight:bold;">[[User:Bunai82 {{!}}<span style="color: #FFFF00;">Userpage </span>]]</td>
       <td style="background: #000000; font-weight:bold;">[[User_talk:Bunai82 {{!}}<span style="color: #FFFF00;">Talk </span>]]</td>
       <td style="background: #000000; font-weight:bold;">[[Special:Contributions/Bunai82 {{!}}<span style="color: #FFFF00;">Contributions </span>]]</td>
       <td style="background: #000000; font-weight:bold;">[[User:Bunai82/Sandbox {{!}}<span style="color: #FFFF00;">Sandbox </span>]]</td>
}}
</includeonly>


Image sorting project Edit

    ___ MUSIC images
==License==
{{Song article img}}
==License==
{{Song article ft img}}
==License==
{{Album article img}}
==License==
{{Producer img}}


    ___ VOCALOID, SOFTWARE, and HARDWARE images
==License==
{{Vocaloid illustration img}}
==License==
{{Software box img}}
==License==
{{Software interface img}}
==License==
{{Hardware interface img}}
==License==
{{Logo img}}
==License==
{{3Dmodel img}}
==License==
{{Voice provider img}}
==License==
{{Non-Vocaloid illustration img}}
==License==
{{Vocaloid China img}}

    ___ PROMOTIONAL and RELATED images
==License==
{{Promotional img}}
==License==
{{Merchandise img}}
==License==
{{Figurine img}}
==License==
{{Figurine doll img}}
==License==
{{Good Smile Company img}}
==License==
{{Good Smile Racing img}}
==License==
{{Literature img}}

    ___ GAME images
==License==
{{Electronic game img}}
==License==
{{Project Diva img}}
==License==
{{Project mirai img}}
==License==
{{Project 575 img}}

Redo Vocaloid lingo Edit

{{Tutorial}}
This simply explains most slang/unofficial titles used by Vocaloid fans.

Due to a great amount of misunderstanding by many people new to the Vocaloid world, we hope to clear up any confusion.

==Glossary==
===Official===

*'''VOCALOID''' - 

**'''VOCALOID1''' - 

**'''VOCALOID2''' - 

**'''VOCALOID3''' - 

**'''VOCALOID NEO''' - 



{{Tutorial}}
This simply explains most slang/unofficial titles used by Vocaloid fans.

Due to a great amount of misunderstanding by many people new to the Vocaloid world, we hope to clear up any confusion.

==Fandom==
;[[Mythbusters#Big_Al_syndrome|Big Al's syndrome]]
:A joke term used in some western Vocaloid fan circles. It describes Vocaloids that are given a release and then is delayed (usually applied only to male Vocaloids).

;Fandub / Cover/ing
:A term to describe the act of a fan (usually an amateur) covering a known song by either singing or instrumental recreation.

;Fandub Chorus / NicoNico Chorus (''Nico-chorus'') / YouTube Chorus (''YT-chorus'')
:A term to describe the act of fans (usually amateurs) covering a known song by singing. Since this is online, it involves recordings of individual dubs, which are afterwards combined to create a chorus.

;Item War
:A term to describe an often-heated debate over which VOCALOID or UTAU characters should be associated with a themed item, largely inspired by [[Hatsune Miku|Hatsune Miku's negi]] (Welsh onion).

;Vocalo-P/ "P" ("-P" after romanized names)
:A term to describe a Vocaloid song producer who has status in the Vocaloid Community. It originates from the IDOLM@STER games. The "P" acts as an honorific thus it is usually the community that grants the title not the producer themselves.

;Utatte Mita (歌ってみた / "Tried singing") / Cover/ing
:A term to describe the act of a fan (usually an amateur) covering a known song by singing.

==Loid==
Also fanmade Vocaloids who were created based upon the ''loid'' concept.

;AH-loid
:A term used to describe Vocaloids created by the company AH-Software. Example of a notable AHloid would be SF-A2 miki.

;Annoyloid
:A term used to describe a mocking representation of fanmade characters that considered uncreative due to lack effort in creation. Be it their design, voice, or name. An example of a notable Annoyloid would Kagami Kawaiine.

;Britloid / UKloid
:A term used to describe Vocaloids originating in the United Kingdom and capable of singing in the English language. The term largely applies to Vocaloids from the company Zero-G. An example of a notable Britloid would be [[Miriam]].

;Cryptonloid
:A term used to describe Vocaloids originating from Crypton Future Media. An example of a Cryptonloid is [[Kaito]].

;Engloid
:A term used to describe Vocaloids that are capable of singing in the English language, and/or Vocaloids that were created with the intention of singing in English. An example of a notable Engloid would be [[Sweet ANN]].

;Fanloid / Fanmade / Fanmade Vocaloid
:A term used to describe fanmade characters that are inspired by YAMAHA's Vocal Synthesizer Tool VOCALOID. In the Japanese fandom, they are often referred to as a ''Vocaloid'' variant (亜種) / derivative (派生キャラ). An example of a notable derivative would be [[Akita Neru]].

;Hagane-loids
:A term used to describe fanmade characters that have a heavy metal theme. An example of a notable Hagane-loid would be Hagane Miku.

;Human Vocaloid
:A term used to describe humans with singing ability that alter their recorded voice in a Vocaloid-centric nature and also have Vocaloid-inspired avatars. Example of a notable Tonarine Sai.

;J-loid / Japaloid
:A term used to describe Vocaloids that are capable of singing in the Japanese language and/or Vocaloids that were created with the intention of singing in Japanese. An example of a notable J-loid would be Hatsune Miku.

;Macloid
:A term used to describe synthesizing software for Garageband which runs on the MacOS, called the Macne series.

;Monsterloid
:A term used to describe Vocaloids created by the company PowerFX, whose Vocaloids have a ''monster'' themed appearance. An example of a notable Engloid would be [[Big Al]], whose design is an homage to Frankenstein's monster.

;Operaloid
:A term to describe Vocaloids that are capable of singing in an Opera-like manner. An example of a notable Operaloid would be [[Prima]].

;Pitchloid
:A term used to describe a fanmade character whose voice is a pitched-up version of another known Vocaloid (or UTAU) voicebank by use of a third party audio program. It is also used when describing characters with a pitched voices that were done so by configuration of the Vocaloid or UTAU program.

;Roboloid
:A term used to describe a branch of fanmade characters that are robotic and have vocals that are metallic and sing with noticeably distorted music. An example of a notable Roboloid would be Tetsune Rena.

;Talkloid
:A term used to describe the act of getting a Vocaloid or UTAU to ''talk'' instead of ''sing''.

;UTAUloid
:A term used to describe voicebanks that are created and function by use the ''Vocal Synthesizer Tool UTAU'', with accompanying personified avatars (''original characters''). Example of a notable UTAUloid would be Defoko.

;Vipperloid
:A term used to describe faux Vocaloid characters who are created with the intention of convincing the fandom that they are official YAMAHA based Vocaloids. Example of a notable Vipperloid would be [[Kasane Teto]].
;[[Voiceroid]]
:Characters from the Voiceroid program produced by AH-Software that imitates talking rather than singing.

;Voyakiloid
:A term used to describe fanmade Vocaloids that are representations of failure to produce a pleasing result using the Vocaloid program. Example of a Voyakiloid would be [[Yowane Haku]].

==Video==
;MV
:A commonly abbreviated term used for Music Video. When a fandom decides to create their own video based upon a copyrighted or known source it becomes 'Fanvid' or (when animation is involved) Animated Music Video (AMV).

;PV / 3DPV
:A commonly abbreviated term used for Promotion/al Video. When a fandom decides to create their own video based upon a copyrighted or known source it becomes 'Fanmade PV' or (when animation is involved) Movie Anime Doujinshi (MAD). Example of a notable 3DPV is "[Hatsune Miku] Miku Miku ni shite ageru♪ [3DPV]". 3DPV means three-dimensional Promotional Video. Most 3DPV's are made with MikuMikuDance, or other similar programs. The "PV" abbreviation is used more in Japanese Pop Culture than "MV" although "PV" could also refer to things other than music.

:See article [[Vocaloid Fanmade Promotion Video]].

==Program==
;Boxart
:Boxart is the picture on a Vocaloid's DVD copy. Some Vocaloids are for download only and thus don't have a boxart but do have official illustration.

;Database/DB
:Also called a "voice database" or "voicebank", is a term to describe the set of samples required for the VOCALOID/VOCALOID2 or UTAU software to sing in a particular character's voice.

;FLELE
:FLELE is a "ghost" for the program [[wikipedia:Ukagaka|Ukagaka]], a program which allows the user to have an animated desktop buddy which can be changed at any time (The appearance is called the "shell", and the underlying is called the "ghost"; there can be multiple ghosts for a shell). FLELE is a ghost that can play music and can move, the concept of which is very popular among VOCALOID fans, and as such, there are many VOCALOID character shells to choose from.

;LipSync model / Raster image processor @ Synchronizer
:A term to describe a free software that analyzes the UST and VSQ file in the audio editors, specifically ones developed by Yamaha. The output causes a drawn model (character) to appear animated and lip sync to a song.

;Vocaloid Midi
:Was the file type extension .midi produced by VOCALOID voicebanks, later replaced with VSQ file types in VOCALOID 2. VOCALOID 2, however, still can save files to this type.

;MikuMikuDance / MMD
:Is a freeware animation program that lets users animate and create 3D animation movies,mostly with VOCALOID models along with personally made models of Fanmade vocaloids, models of various anime characters; etc.

;MikuMikuEffects / MME
:Effects that are used in the MikuMikuDance Programs.

;MikuMikuMoving / MMM
:A freeware animation program that builds upon what MikuMikuDance left off since MMD has stopped updating at ver.7.39. The program has the same functions to MikuMikuDance. However, several MikuMikuEffects might not be compatible with the program.

;MikuMikuVoice
:A program that analyzes human speech for pitch and converts it to a VSQ.

;PMD/PMDX
:A MikuMikuDance Model. The name comes from the characteristic ".pmd" file-extension associated with the model-files used by MMD. A PMDX has a ".pmdx" file-extension which allows more texture to be added onto the model than a PMD would allow.

;PMDE
:A program editor that allows editing PMD files.

;UST
:An UTAU sequence file. The term comes from the ".ust" file-extension associated with UTAU project-files.

;UTAU
:A freeware voice-synthesis software that is considered by most to be the free alternative to VOCALOID or VOCALOID2. Unlike VOCALOID, UTAU is not distributed as individual characters, but as a program with two default characters, and the ability to create new ones using samples (which can be shared). The distributors of UTAU make it very clear that the use of a person's voice for the purpose of creating a new UTAU character is strictly illegal unless the person has given expressed permission.

;Vocalistener
:A developing plug-in for Vocaloid that analyzes a human voice for pitch and dynamics to help imitate human singing for Vocaloid.

;VSQ
:A VOCALOID2 sequence file. The term comes from the ".vsq" file-extension associated with VOCALOID2 project-files. This file type replaced the VOCALOID type extension "Vocaloid midi".

;VSQX
:A VOCALOID3 sequence file. The term comes from the ".vsq" file-extension associated with VOCALOID3 project-files. This file type replaced the VOCALOID2 type extension "VSQ".

==Websites==
;DeviantArt/ dA
:An English website where people can post artwork for others to see and use.

;BiliBili
:A Chinese video-sharing site which contains most of the original Vocaloid songs in Chinese. The functions of the site are similar to NicoNico Douga.

;CreCrew
:A Korean video-sharing site which contains most of the original Vocaloid songs in Korean. The functions of the site are similar to NicoNico Douga.

;NicoNico Douga (ニコニコ動画)/ NND/ Nicovideo
:A Japanese video-sharing site, NND is the source of most Japanese VOCALOID music. Videos are only watchable by members who have registered on the site (or that is how it's intended to be).

;Nyappon
:An exclusive Japanese site for Vocaloid producers and exclusive MMD models. It is invite only and knowledge of Japanese is is required.

;PIAPRO
:The Japanese center of the VOCALOID community. It was designed by Crypton Future Media to be a hub for everything related to VOCALOID and VOCALOID music development. The name comes from the combining the words "Peer" and "Professional". PIAPRO is the only website with the permission to grant VOCALOID-producers the characteristic honorific "P".

;Pixiv
:A Japanese website which people can post artwork for others to see and use. A common topic to draw about is VOCALOID, so the site is often mentioned in the community.

;YouTube/ YT
:A widely-known and used video-sharing website. Members can leave comments on videos and rate them.

;VocaloidOtaku/ VO
:An English, overseas Vocaloid forum.


==Insults==
''Note; these terms are aimed to undermine another individual and are listed only for identity purposes only, please do not use them out of respect for others.''

;Cryptonfag
:An insulting term applied by Vocaloid fans to describe fans who only worship the most popular company, Crypton Future Media, and ignore all others. This is not to be confused with a "newbie" fan, who hasn't had as much information on Vocaloid yet and only knows Crypton's Vocaloids.

;(Vocaloid)fag/ (Vocaloid)tard
:Same as Cryptonfag, only much more specific, these fans only follow a specific Vocaloid and do not feel other Vocaloids are even comparable to it. An example is a Mikufag only follows Miku and a Lenfag only follows Len.

;Weeaboo
:Weeaboo is a term that describes a person who is overly obsessed with the Japanese culture, the technical term is "[[wikipedia:Japanophile|Japanophile]]" and is often applied to fans of anime and manga. This term is applied to those within the Vocaloid circle who are only interested in Vocaloid due to the Japanese cultural influence and would have no interest in Vocaloid otherwise, nor are interested in non-Japanese Vocaloids due to not being Japanese. It is often misapplied to all Vocaloid fans, even those who do not follow Japanese Vocaloids and those who are not obsessed with the Japanese culture.


==Other==
;Black Rock Shooter / BRS / B★RS
:This can be one of three things
::An original '''character''' by artist known as "[[huke]]". The character inspired a song by [[Ryo]] of [[Supercell]], which has brought mass attention to the character since the song's creation.

::An original '''VOCALOID song''' by Ryo-P (sung by Hatsune Miku) about the character Black★Rock Shooter.

::An '''Original video animation''' involving the character "Black★Rock Shooter", created by Huke and the Ordet animation studio (with Ryo-P in charge of Music).

;MEIKO(16)
:Pronounced as "MEIKO-san juuroku-sai" (めいこさんじゅうろくさい) in Japanese. It can become a word play that is "MEIKO sanjuuroku-sai" which means "MEIKO 36-years old".

::Soon after Hatsune Miku was released, the trial of making MEIKO sing in a youthful voice was performed by some producers for opposing to Miku. MEIKO of a youthful voice is generally called "MEIKO(16)".

::The first MEIKO(16) video was made by [[yuukiss]] in Sep.14,2007 however, that song was unfinished.[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pbw_7cE3OI4] (link n/a) As a finished song video, the first video was made by [[Dott-P]] in Sep.17,2007.[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mngjNXkerH4] (link n/a)

::[[Meiko Sakine]] who is the most famous MEIKO(16) appeared for the first time in Apr.11,2008. Her voice was made by [[Nanameue-P]], and her picture was drawn by daigoman.[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CFrwEAZX80s]

==External links==
* [http://z8.invisionfree.com/VocaloidOtaku/index.php?showtopic=4783 VocaloidOtaku -] VOCALOID Lingo, Abbreviations, and Slang, bcz every1 ndz abbv.

{{Nav_Tutorial_directory}}
[[Category:Tutorials]]
[[Category:Glossary]]

Ona demos - lyrics Edit

surto a la Barceloneta / a banyar-me un altre cop / l'escuma de les onades / em sedueix i em refresca la pell

vaig pel carrer / esta ple de gent / un escenari / semla un balneari

baixo per les Rambles / molta gent de fora / que han vingut a veure / la nostra ciutat

un arbre endollat / un cervall emocionat / el mon artifical / la vida en digital

Redirects to create Edit

[[Akikoloid-chan albums]] - 
[[anon albums]] - 
[[Aoki Lapis albums]]  
[[Lapis Aoki albums]] - 
[[AVANNA albums]]  
[[Avanna albums]] - 
[[Clara albums]] - 
[[CUL albums]]  
[[Cul albums]] - 
[[flower albums]] - 
[[galaco albums]] - 
[[GUMI albums]]  
[[Gumi albums]] - 
[[Hatsune Miku albums]]  
[[Miku Hatsune albums]] - 
[[IA albums]] - 
[[Ia albums]] - 
[[Kaai Yuki albums]]  
[[Yuki Kaai albums]] - 
[[Kagamine Rin albums]]  
[[Rin Kagamine albums]] - 
[[kanon albums]] - 
[[kokone albums]] - 
[[Lily albums]] - 
[[LOLA albums]]  
[[Lola albums]] - 
[[Luo Tianyi albums]]  
[[Tianyi Luo albums]] - 
[[Macne Nana albums]]  
[[Nana Macne albums]] - 
[[MAIKA albums]]  
[[Maika albums]] - 
[[MAYU albums]]  
[[Mayu albums]] - 
[[Megurine Luka albums]]  
[[Luka Megurine albums]] - 
[[MEIKO albums]]  
[[Meiko albums]] - 
[[Merli albums]] - 
[[Mew albums]] - 
[[MIRIAM albums]]  
[[Miriam albums]] - 
[[Nekomura Iroha albums]]  
[[Iroha Nekomura albums]] - 
[[Prima albums]] - 
[[SeeU albums]] - 
[[SF-A2 miki albums]]  
[[miki albums]] - 
[[SONiKA albums]]  
[[Sonika albums]] - 
[[Sweet ANN albums]]  
[[Sweet Ann albums]] - 
[[Tohoku Zunko albums]]  
[[Zunko Tohoku albums]] - 
[[Tone Rion albums]]  
[[Rion Tone albums]] - 
[[VY1 albums]]  
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Utatane Piko Rana MAYU IA Anri Rune Ueki-loid Ring Suzune Hibiki Lui Akikoloid-chan

VY2 VY1 ZOLA PROJECT Tone Rion Mew Macne Nana Galaco Flower Anon & kanon

Yuzuki Yukari Tohoku Zunko SF-A2 miki Nekomura Iroha Kaai Yuki Hiyama Kiyoteru

Masaoka Azuki Kobayashi Matcha

Merli Aoki Lapis

Ryuto Lily Kokone GUMI CUL Chika Camui Gackpo

MEIKO Megurine Luka KAITO Kagamine Rin \ Len Hatsune Miku

Tonio AVANNA BIG AL LEON LOLA MIRIAM OLIVER Prima SONiKA Sweet ANN YOHIOloid CYBER DIVA

Bruno Clara MAIKA ONA

Luo Tianyi Xin Hua YANHE Yuezheng Ling

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ALYS archive Edit

{{WIP}} {{Notify|color=orange|symb=!|text=Notice to Contributors, please Do Not remove any unused headers or infobox parameters from this page. Until more information can be gathered, the layouts should have some consistency.}} {{Infobox Cevio|color = ALYS |image = [[File:Alys tranparent png by saphirya-d79og5d.png|200px]] <!--Mascot--> |gender = Female|age = 21|height = 165cm |weight = 54kg |voice = Poucet|language= FJ |illustrator = Saphirya<ref name="Saphirya">[http://saphirya.deviantart.com/ deviantART]</ref> |company = VoxWave |distributor = |affiliation = |website = Site [http://www.voxwave.fr/ VoxWave] [http://en.voxwave.fr ALYS (eng)];<br /> FB [https://www.facebook.com/VoxWave VoxWave] [https://www.facebook.com/alys.voxwave ALYS];<br /> [https://twitter.com/Voxwave_studio Twitter] @Voxwave_studio <!--VoiceBank--> |initial release = |stable release = CeVIO Creative Studio<br /> |status = In development |osystem = |license = Proprietary, Freeware |code = |type = }} '''ALYS''' was planned to be [[VoxWave]]'s first VOCALOID, as well as the first French language VOCALOID. If her crowdfunding campaign succeeded, she would be developed for the {{IW|Vocaloid|VOCALOID3}} engine with French and Japanese voicebanks. However, on July 12, 2014, it was announced that ALYS would be available for the [[CeVIO Creative Studio]] engine and the VOCALOID project was dropped. ==History== ===Development=== On January 13, 2013, the first hint of a possible French VOCALOID was given when enthusiastic news were posted on Vocaloid.fr with the intention of announcing the project.<ref>[http://vocaloid.fr/news/117/un-vocaloid-francophone]</ref> Some communities were skeptical due to the lack of news from well-known sources.<ref>[http://www.vocaloidotaku.net/index.php?/topic/38940-new-french-vocaloid/]</ref> However, on October 16 of the same year, Anders of {{IW|Vocaloid|VocaTone}} confirmed their legitimacy. Since then, another thread was created on VocaloidOtaku.<ref>[http://www.vocaloidotaku.net/index.php?/topic/47097-french-japanese-vocaloid-alys/]</ref> In November 2013, a survey to gauge potential interest in a French vocal was announced from VoxWave's Twitter. A secondary language choice was included in this survey: English or Japanese. The secondary language chosen in the survey was Japanese.<ref>[http://www.vocaloidotaku.net/index.php?/topic/45805-release-of-a-market-research-survey-about-the-first-french-speaking-vocaloid%E2%84%A2/page__st__15__p__1076481&#entry1076481]</ref> On January 14, 2014, a demonstration of the provider's voice was uploaded by VoxWave. This was an ''a capella'' version of "Koibito wo Uchiotoshita Hi" from Sound Horizon (it should be noted that this is not the VOCALOID voice). It was later confirmed that there would be another demonstration with the voice actor in French.<ref>[https://twitter.com/VocaloidVoxWave/status/424485312362868736]</ref> *{{Song id|yt=pLGLsul7JiU|Koibito wo Uchiotoshita Hi (''a capella'')||ALYS' Voice Provider}} On the website, it was announced that crowdfunding for the product would be launched in March or April and would end in May. This would have been used to pay for the license and the voice provider, as well as for renting the recording studio and it was estimated that the total amount needed would not exceed €7000. Other costs would be covered by VoxWave.<ref>[http://vocaloid-voxwave.com/en-crowdfunding/]</ref> On January 31, 2014, a [[ALYS Call For Design Project|design contest]] was announced for ALYS.<ref>http://vocaloid-voxwave.com/design-alys-fr-2/</ref> The deadline for this contest was February 28, 2014, and the winner would receive €500 and a physical copy of ALYS. More info on the contest could be found. On Feburary 15, 2014, another video was posted to VoxWave's YouTube channel, which gave another sample of the voice provider and also revealed the provider to be [http://utaite.wikia.com/wiki/Poucet Poucet], a YouTube-based utaite. *{{Song id|yt_id = yCZDThaWFfI|kyrie eleison French version (''a capella'')||ALYS' Voice Provider}} On March 5, 2014, VoxWave revealed the silhouette for ALYS' design in their newsletter. The final design, as well as the 4 runner ups, were revealed on March 10. More information about ALYS' development was revealed during a special presentation at the Japan Party Conference in Nanterre, Paris, France, held on March 15, 2014. Details about the planned development process included production costs, relations and contact with other VOCALOID-related companies (VocaTone, Macne.net, and {{IW|Vocaloid|Voctro Labs}}), the preparation for the recording process as well as awaiting YAMAHA's response, and a brief overview of ALYS' concept as a fan community VOCALOID. The period of ALYS' projected release was also announced for early 2015.<ref>[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ENdtsDDGxz4 Conference "ALYS" @ Japan Party 2014]</ref> On September 19, 2014 a 'vocal' demonstration was released. The vocals were not produced by using CeVIO software and is stated to be a prototype.<ref>[https://twitter.com/VoxWave_Studio/status/513009217289338880 tweet]</ref><ref>[https://twitter.com/VoxWave_Studio/status/513011476114972673 tweet]</ref> On November 11, 2014 another vocal demonstration was released using once again the prototype. ===Software jump=== On July 12th, 2014, Voxwave announced in a press release<ref>http://www.voxwave.fr/wp-content/uploads/2014/07/New-beginning-for-ALYS-EN.pdf</ref> that ALYS will finally be developed for [[CeVIO Creative Studio]] rather than VOCALOID3 for several reasons: * Possibility to make the voice speak as well as singing. * Possibility to use CeVIO Creative Studio Free, making the voice available for more people However, it was confirmed that because of this change, the amount of money to fund ALYS project will be much higher than what was planned before, and VoxWave stated they do not know in how much time the voice will be available nor when crowdfunding would start. It was also said that ALYS' Prototype was actually developed [http://vocaloid.wikia.com/wiki/UTAU "on another software"] that will not be publicly released and given to producers with an interest in making songs with her. In August 2015, VoxWave won Startup of the Month on bonjouridee for their work on ALYS.<ref>http://bonjouridee.com/et-la-startup-du-mois-de-juillet-2015-est/</ref> On December 11, 2015 it was announced that ALYS would be released on Alter/Ego on with the help of Plogue Art et Technologie, Inc. The release date has been set for March 10, 2016, which is ALYS' 2nd anniversary. It was also announced that the current project with Plogue doesn’t nullify other negotiations that they could have done with other singing synthesizers' companies.<ref>http://en.voxwave.fr/2015/12/11/alys-for-alterego-to-be-released-march-10th-2016/</ref> ==Concept== The idea of ALYS was to bring the French language to the rest of the world. The reason she is French and Japanese bilingual is due to the friendly relationships between French-speaking cultures and Japan. ===Etymology=== The name "ALYS" was chosen because the company members thought it sounded pleasant and sweet. It was also said to be easy to pronounce, especially in French, Japanese, and English. VoxWave's website also suggests a connection to "a certain literary culture".<ref>http://vocaloid-voxwave.com/en-alys/</ref> "ALYS" is a variant of the name "Alice", which possesses the meaning "of nobility". It originates from the old French name "Adelais", which, in turn, is actually the derivation of the German name "Adalhaidis", or "Adelaide". ===Appearance=== According to VoxWave, the main reasons behind picking the design was that she: * Looks like a virtual singer while maintaining a human-like appearance * Fits ALYS's soft and dynamic voice * Does not look too French, as to appeal to both French and non-French-speaking people * Is easy for producers to adjust the design for PVs, illustrations, etc. * Is manga-styled to appeal to the Japanese audience, and acts as a bridge between French and Japanese cultures * The blue color scheme gives off a futuristic mood VoxWave has also mentioned that the pearl on her braid was added by their request as a way to make ALYS stand out.<ref>http://vocaloid-voxwave.com/alys-design-revealed/</ref> Saphirya revealed that to create the design, she researched recent VOCALOIDs to see what she felt she should and shouldn't do. The headphones were originally meant to be mechanical flowers. She was also inspired by the character designs of Hyperdimsension Neptunia.<ref>[http://www.vocaloidotaku.net/index.php?/topic/47097-french-japanese-vocaloid-alys/page__st__510__gopid__1132686&#entry1132686]</ref> On December 26, 2014, ALYS was given a pet male cat for Christmas and was introduced without a name, which fans had to decide and vote on the name they liked best<ref>[https://www.facebook.com/alys.voxwave/photos/a.738380386227045.1073741831.718180641580353/825060047559078/?type=1 ALYS' cat]</ref> On January 5, 2015, the winning name was revealed to be "Lupin".<ref>[http://www.voxwave.fr/alys-cat-name-result/ winning name for the cat]</ref> ==Examples of Usage== To be announced ==Marketing== ===Design contest=== :''Main: [[ALYS Call For Design Project]]'' During the development of ALYS', a contest was hosted by VoxWave on January 31, 2014. This gave interested fans a chance to participate in the creation of ALYS' appearance. The winner of the contest is stated to receive a free copy of ALYS' vocals upon her release. ===3D model=== In September 2014, after her video debut, an official 3D model was slated for free download. It was created for the {{IW|mikumikudance|MikuMikuDance}} (MMD) program. She was made by Yoistyle, a 3D modeler, and Saphirya, ALYS illustrator and model texture provider. :[http://www.voxwave.fr/alys-3d-model/ voxwave.fr/alys-3d-model] ==Product Information== ===Demonstrations=== *{{Song id|yt=AH3HbCTcXTE|[[Dans mon Monde]]|Tai Shindehai|ALYS}} *{{Song id|yt=uXj6il9uoH4|[[Avenir]]|Tai Shindehai|ALYS}} *{{Song id|yt=zQrGr42xXLA|[[Dans mon Monde]] (Japanese)|Tai Shindehai|ALYS}} *{{Song id|yt=74bff7IRA5M|[[Pr☆messe]]|Tai Shindehai|ALYS}} *{{Song id|yt=VkcRnzPr5tE|[[始めに (Hajime Ni)|Hajime Ni]]|heart★breaker|ALYS}} *{{Song id|yt=I43WoS1OOJs|[[SHARDS]]|Creep-P|ALYS}} ===Recommended=== To be announced ===Voicebank Libraries=== To be announced ==Additional information== ===Trivia=== *The font used for her logo is "Good Times". *Her birthday is March 10, 2014. (Design Release) ==Gallery== {{ALYS/gallery}} ==References== <references /> ==External links== *[http://www.voxwave.fr/ Official site] *[http://en.voxwave.fr/ ALYS (Eng)] *[http://web.archive.org/web/20140319020741/http://vocaloid-voxwave.com/ Vocaloid ver (archived)] *[https://www.facebook.com/VoxWave Facebook] VoxWave *[https://www.facebook.com/alys.voxwave Facebook] ALYS Facebook Page *[https://twitter.com/Voxwave_Studio Twitter] @Voxwave_Studio {{CeVIO lineup}} ==Poll== <poll> Do you like ALYS? Yes. No. Indifferent. </poll> {{CategorizeArticle|CeVIO|VoxWave|Feminine voices|Vocalists|Speakers}}

VoxWaveEdit

{{WIP}} {{Infobox Company |color = blue1 |image = [[File:VoxWave Logo Header.png|200px]] |type = Public |genre = Music |foundation = October 2012 |founder = Drak-pa |key_people = |location = |area_served = |industry = |products = |services = |voicebank = ALYS |website = }} '''VoxWave''' is a French development studio founded in October 2012. They are the creators and developers of the first French CeVIO Creative Studio Voicebank. ==About== '''VoxWave''' gathered together members from the French-speaking VOCALOID™ community so as to achieve a common goal: to develop and to distribute French-speaking VOCALOIDs™. The company, a SAS, is only made up of associates for now.<ref>[http://vocaloid-voxwave.com/en-who-are-we/]</ref> Later on, they abandoned the idea of French VOCALOID, and chose instead to make French CeVIO Creative Studio voicebanks. It is actually unknown if they will produce VOCALOIDs in the future. ===Key people=== {| |[[File:Drak-pa Avatar.png|100px]] || '''Drak-Pa''' is VoxWave's founder and is the technical leader there. He was also in charge of creating the recording script for ALYS.<ref>[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ENdtsDDGxz4]</ref> He created the first two Tibetan-speaking UTAUs from BSUP (Bödkay Shetang UTAU Project). |- |[[File:Joffrey Avatar.png|100px]] || '''Joffrey''' is VoxWave's project leader and a member of VOCALOID.fr staff. |- |[[File:TBK Avatar.png|100px]] || '''TBK''' (aka. TheBakaKitsune) is VoxWave's community manager. She does singing as a Youtaite (mezzo-soprano), cosplay, drawing, and translyrics (mostly in French). She also owns an UTAU named Guren Nataku. |- |[[File:Kyu Avatar.png|100px]] || '''YKyu''' is the sound technician and a member of VOCALOID.fr staff. |} {{clr}} ==Voicebanks== ===CeVio Creative Studio=== {| width="270" border="0" cellspacing="2" align="center" style="background: transparent;" |{{CharPortal|image=CeVIO4.png|articlename=ALYS|name=ALYS}} Feminine;<br />Frn/Jpn vocals |} ==Promotional involvement== ===Market Research=== In a press release<ref>[http://engloids.info/uploads/news_voxwave-pressrelease.pdf]</ref>, VoxWave produced a survey for market research in the community. This helped choose the gender of what would have been the first French VOCALOID that would later become the first French CeVIO Creative Studio voicebank, its second language, its design style and more. ==References== <references/> ==External links== *[http://www.voxwave.fr/ Official homepage] *[http://www.facebook.com/VoxWave Facebook] *[http://twitter.com/VoxWave_Studio Twitter] [[Category:Companies]] [[Category:VoxWave]]

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<a href="//www.bilibili.com/video/av21247304/" target="_blank" data-target-url="http://www.bilibili.com/video/av21247304"><div class="pic"><div class="lazy-img"><img alt="【不齐舞团】潘玮柏&张韶涵-快乐崇拜,听过这歌的已经有孩子了吧" src="//i0.hdslb.com/bfs/archive/a3d99f07ab1b8fc9daeda4aa84b26ff2deefaa06.jpg@160w_100h.jpg"></div><!----><div class="cover-preview-module"><div class="cover" style="background-image: url("//i3.hdslb.com/bfs/videoshot/34904869.jpg@.jpg?vsign=4ac74ccdc0a75d9705aa27af71a636e1b8047b35&ver=88944060"); background-position: 0px 0px; background-size: 1600px auto;"></div><div class="progress-bar"><span style="width: 0%;"></span></div></div><div class="mask-video"></div><div class="danmu-module"><p class="dm" style="left: -192px; transition: left 5s linear 0s;"></p><!----></a>


Working on a loophole(?) There are ways around this without adding to the external image whitelist.

Crazyswordsman - Final Fantasy VI, because Drake says he wants to link to FF7 every day, which is bad because that game is so far inferior to FF6.
TALK - 17:15, 23 September 2007 (UTC)
	

Diablo, this is the response I got from Splarka, a Wikia staffer:
"There are ways around this without adding to the external image whitelist. For example, http://card.mygamercard.net/lastgame/diablocon.png could be added via site-wide javascript, or even via css using a "background-image: url()" definition (if it was just for one person). If however there is a clear community use for this on ffwiki, it would be definitely considered."

Languages Edit

--Germanic languages
Dutch songs‎
German songs‎
Swedish songs‎

--Romance languages
Catalan songs‎
French songs‎
Italian songs‎
Romanian songs
Spanish songs‎

--Slavic languages
Polish songs
Russian songs‎
Ukrainian songs‎

--Austronesian languages
Filipino songs‎
Indonesian songs
Malay songs
Tagalog songs‎
Vietnamese songs‎

--East Asian languages
Cantonese songs
Chinese songs
Japanese songs‎
Korean songs

--Indo-European languages
Finnish songs‎
Welsh songs

--Other languages 
English songs‎
Esperanto songs



**Austronesian languages
***Filipino songs‎
***Indonesian songs
***Malay songs
***Tagalog songs‎
***Vietnamese songs‎
**East Asian languages
***Cantonese songs
***Chinese songs
***Japanese songs‎
***Korean songs
**Germanic languages
***Dutch songs‎
***German songs‎
***Swedish songs‎
**Indo-European languages
***Finnish songs‎
***Welsh songs
**Romance languages
***Catalan songs‎
***French songs‎
***Italian songs‎
***Romanian songs
***Spanish songs‎
**Slavic languages
***Polish songs
***Russian songs‎
***Ukrainian songs‎
**Other languages 
***English songs‎
***Esperanto songs

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.pi-theme-chipspeech,

Song language Edit

#REDIRECT[[:Category:Songs featuring ]]
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Category:English original songs Category:Japanese original songs Category:Korean original songs Category:Spanish original songs Category:Chinese original songs Category:Indonesian original songs Category:Tagalog original songs Category:German original songs Category:French original songs Category:Thai original songs Category:Portuguese original songs Category:Malay original songs Category:Esperanto original songs Category:Latin original songs Category:Russian original songs Category:Cantonese original songs Category:Italian original songs Category:Finnish original songs Category:Polish original songs Category:Catalan original songs Category:Dutch original songs Category:Romanian original songs Category:Welsh original songs Category:Acehnese original songs Category:Cherokee original songs Category:Greek original songs Category:Swedish original songs Category:Taiwanese original songs Category:Turkish original songs Category:Ukrainian original songs Category:Vietnamese original songs Category:Songs with nonsensical lyrics


   Austronesian
   East Asian
   Germanic
   Indo-European
   Romance
   Slavic
   Other

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