I usually use nicosound if i wanna show people the videos/get the songs. But was too lazy that day since i'll need to explain how to do so.
Speaking of Deep Sea Girl, Nobunaga's cover is a total killer. I didnt even like the original song until i heard her!
I listen to a lot of vocaPop(which is strange since i dont do normal pop much), mainly the stuff they wrote with Kaito in mind. I find that when they tune him properly he has one of the most amazing voicebanks. His magnet "duet" when he harmonises made me swoon. UsaP and his latest Jougen no Tsuki is breathtaking too. Gumi is cool too.
that nicosound trick is what every vocaloid fan should know (song ID)
thank fo suggesting Nobunaga's cover I didn't know about (right now I'm not browsing other Utaites)
about Kaito because of some PV his image of Comical character stuck on my mind so most of the time I didn't take him seriously as a vocaloid well just a suggestion but you must already know natsuP 背徳の記憶~The Lost Memory~ ?
I'm a fan of MEIKO (along with MEITO and Meiko Sakine) and VY2 Yuma. i'm not that really up to date with the rest. though i enjoy some duets and choruses sometimes, but these two are probably my favorites. specially the very first MEIKO. ♥
There are so many things to like about vocaloids. There are different songs that I like from different vocaloids. I tend to favor Len, Kaito, Rin, & Gumi though.
What do you guys think about Maika, Kokone, and the new tsundere twins Anon and Kanon?
I personally think Kokone is ok but from the demos I've heard she really isn't anything special so far. Maika is a Spanish vocaloid and she has a pretty good voice bank. She's been a new favorite of mine since before she came out. Just listen to Cruz de navajas. Anon & Kanon, from the one demo I've heard, sound promising.
________________ Remembrance, a forsaken thing that revokes ignorance and leaves people in doubt, is my only redemption and solace deep within the cascade of white. * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * The evergreen trees speak of days long past when music mingled with the wind and sweet murmurs brushed our cheeks.