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'''VOCALOID for Education''' is a version of the VOCALOID editor aimed at children with an elementary and middle school level of education, and it is possible for schools to purchase a license for it.<ref>[http://www.itmedia.co.jp/enterprise/articles/1605/23/news038.html link]</ref>
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'''VOCALOID for Education''' is a version of the VOCALOID editor aimed at children with an elementary and middle school level of education. It is possible for schools to purchase a license for use of the software.<ref>[http://www.itmedia.co.jp/enterprise/articles/1605/23/news038.html link]</ref>
   
Trials for this version were planned for summer 2016, the release date is unknown.
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Trials for this version were planned for a summer 2016 release. The exact release date is unknown.
   
 
==About==
 
==About==
 
[[file:veduca.jpg|thumb|right|Vocaloid Education edition in use]]
 
[[file:veduca.jpg|thumb|right|Vocaloid Education edition in use]]
It was developed specifically for elementary and junior high school students so they could compose music even if they can't read musical notation. Though Vocaloid itself and its iOS apps have made it into the classroom, they were not intended to be educational tools. Comapred to other versions, its user interface resembles that of the regular VOCALOID editor but has a more simple design and features that are catered to children. Children can create multiple melodies within the software and does not require the student is able to read music sheets to be able to use it.
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VOCALOID for Education was developed specifically for elementary and junior high school students. Using this version of the editor will allow children to create multiple melodies within the software without requiring the student to be able to read music in order to use it. The aim of the project is to introduce VOCALOID as a music education tool. Though VOCALOID itself and its iOS apps have made it into the classroom setting they were not intended to be educational tools. In comparison to other versions, the user interface resembles that of the regular VOCALOID editor but has a simpler design and features that are catered to children.
   
VOCALOID Education intends to introduce VOCALOID as a music education tool. It is designed with the hope that the VOCALOID editor on tablets and other mobile devices will further extend the comprehension of VOCALOID in education. It is also designed to take an advantage of the commitment of Japan to have a tablet for every school student class by 2020 and so far has been one of the few software to exploit the opportunity this goal has created.
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The project is designed with the hope that the VOCALOID editor on tablets and other mobile devices will further extend the comprehension of VOCALOID in education. It is also designed to take an advantage of the commitment of Japan to have a tablet for every school student class by 2020 and so far has been one of the few software to exploit the opportunity this goal has created.
   
 
It comes with [[VY1]] as standard.
 
It comes with [[VY1]] as standard.

Revision as of 16:46, May 26, 2016

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VOCALOID for Education is a version of the VOCALOID editor aimed at children with an elementary and middle school level of education. It is possible for schools to purchase a license for use of the software.[1]

Trials for this version were planned for a summer 2016 release. The exact release date is unknown.

About

Veduca

Vocaloid Education edition in use

VOCALOID for Education was developed specifically for elementary and junior high school students. Using this version of the editor will allow children to create multiple melodies within the software without requiring the student to be able to read music in order to use it. The aim of the project is to introduce VOCALOID as a music education tool. Though VOCALOID itself and its iOS apps have made it into the classroom setting they were not intended to be educational tools. In comparison to other versions, the user interface resembles that of the regular VOCALOID editor but has a simpler design and features that are catered to children.

The project is designed with the hope that the VOCALOID editor on tablets and other mobile devices will further extend the comprehension of VOCALOID in education. It is also designed to take an advantage of the commitment of Japan to have a tablet for every school student class by 2020 and so far has been one of the few software to exploit the opportunity this goal has created.

It comes with VY1 as standard.

References

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