A VOCALOID "vocalist", "character", or "mascot" (unofficial terminology)[1] refers heavily to an illustrated character of a VOCALOID™-powered voicebank; 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[edit | edit source]

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

References[edit | edit source]

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

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