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A VOCALOID "vocalist", "character", or "mascot" (unofficial terminology)[1] refers heavily to an illustrated character of a VOCALOID™-powered voice bank, although a product name or miscellaneous representation (like an avatar) can be included.

The marketing of a vocalist varies by company and some companies may provide their vocalist with a basic profile, backstory, or personality that the consumer can work with. The illustration of a vocalist has no effect on the software and is done purely for decorative purposes.

For a list of VOCALOID voicebanks by engine, see Status.

In order for a product to be classified as a "VOCALOID", there should be acknowledgment by the YAMAHA Corporation under their licensing terms and there is a VOCALOID™-powered vocal in development or fully released. This includes characters from games with vocals powered by the VOCALOID™ software, as well as privatized vocals.

It can be noted that fanmade Derivatives and other synthesizer characters such as UTAU are not classified as "VOCALOIDs".

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By default, characters are sorted from newest to oldest.


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Other characters

These characters are VOCALOIDs whose development has been cancelled or who are assumed but not confirmed to be VOCALOIDs.


  1. The usage of the term "mascot" in this way is a Vocaloid Wiki innovation.
  2. http://4komaparty.com/2014/03/12/1753.html