Zero-G Interview: Dom Keefe (Vocaloid Production)

(Picture done by Crossfrown)

I’m happy to announce that I was lucky enough to get an interview with Zero-G. Under the cut the company talks about the development of Sonika, plans for their older Vocaloids, as well as talk at bit about Tonio.

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Spotlight: Youtube Edition

Do you know that there are a lot of good Engloid producers…who are not on Nico Nico. I know as impossible as it seem they are actually some good Vocaloid producer right on youtube. Here I’ll give you some examples:
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Daily Vocaloid Ranking #707

In the latest Vocaloid Ranking Big Al’s version of Toeto was ranked #7 with 3,218 views, 254 comments, and 230 added to Mylists. Giving the video a total of 7,428 points.

The original song was done by Luka Megurine and produced by Toraboruta-P. This Big Al cover was produced by Sasasa-P.

New Zero-G Vocaloid: Tonio

At NAMM,one of the largest music product trade shows in the world, Zero-G announced
a new male Vocaloid named Tonio. Like Prima, he is an opera singer and apparently has unprecedented singing quality and remarkable realism. As of yet, there is no demos of him singing but Tonio is planned to be release early this Feburary.

For more info on Tonio, please go here.

Happy 5th Birthday Lola and Leon


(Picture taken from Pixiv.net)

While 5 years don’t seem that much to most people, it kind of hard to believe that Vocaloid began 5 years ago. Yup, that right everyone. Lola and Leon, aka the first Vocaloids, turn 5 today, and while most people in the Vocaloid fandom don’t celebrate this day or are even aware who Lola or Leon are. I am very happy that they were created.

Happy 2nd Birthday Prima

(Picture taken from Piapro)

It’s kind of hard for me to believe that Prima turns 2 this year. It seems that the little opera singer has been around longer then those short years, but believe it or not Prima is now 2. Happy Birthday, Prima!

Vocaloid music to be featured in RPG


(Screenshot of AD Lucem)

Kodakami ,or Koda-P as he would like to be known in the world of Vocaloids, has recently shared that the developers of an freeware RPG has agreed to using Vocaloids Big Al, Lola, and Miriam for the music in their upcoming game AD Lucem.

Here is a example of one of the Vocaloid songs featured in the game:

AD Lucem

The lyrics are written in a made up language so don’t bother trying to understand it.

To hear more of Koda-P work, please click here.

To hear more of AD Lucem soundtrack, please click here.