Top Ten Hardest Vocaloid Songs to SingThere are very many Vocaloid songs to choose from; but it's not really how fast it is, it's how blurry it sounds when you sing it!
I agree that The Disappearance of Hatsune Miku is very hard to sing. I've studied and tried to sing this as much as I can, but it's just so fast paced! I'm going to try and learn it though because it is doable. I've seen someone sing it--one in English! So yeah, this song is very difficult in my opinion.
This song is so fast, at first you wonder if she's even saying real words. The people who voted for something else probably haven't heard this song. I'm not even close to being able to sing this and trust me I've tried 5 million times. I've started to wonder If it's even possible to sing this song...
I usually don't like voting for the answer that is ranked first, BUT COME ON PEOPLE! Any living person that tries to sing this song will get tongue twisted unless they have practices singing this song for at least over a year. That is why this song is only sung by Vocaloids and UTAUs.
I agree that this song is extremely difficult to sing. The beginning is very speedy, and the speed will decrease, then it will increase again. It might even be impossible for a human to perfectly sing this song, but it is definitely possible to perfectly sing the reff.
So I'm going to do this differently. I'm going to state some things you'll need to do before singing this song:
Shake your head like you never did before for 5 minutes straight while singing REALLY fast.
Have your duplicate turn invisible and talk about Sherlock Holmes having laser eyes.
Don't use vibrato.
Memorize a five minute long pop song in Japanese.
Well, nobody said you need to shake your head, since I'm sure people don't delete themselves while singing Disappearance, but it's hard enough regardless.
This song gives my neck pains for FIVE days straight. Why? Try sing this FAST song while shaking your head. Let's see if you could pass..
Headaches. That's all.
I have World's End Dancehall down mostly, but it still leaves me out of breath at the very end. But Two Faced Lovers is just impossible for me. I can even do the dance for it that's in Googoo88's video of Two Faced Lovers... But I can't sing it for my life. I always get about 75% done, then start trembling like a leaf and have to stop.
The reason that these songs aren't #1 hardest, is because they have a rhythm, It's like rapping, but Japanese. Also, both of those songs are really fast, and equally rhythmic, so they are tied for #3.
I can sing most of World's end Dancehall, just that fast part needs practice. Two Faced Lovers I can sing all of it, I just need to memorize the second chorus at the end.
I can sing both of these songs at even a faster rate than the original. This is not hard. If a 12 year-old girl can sing them, anyone can if they just tried.
It's way faster than Disappearance of Hatsune Miku, I promise you. It's incredibly hard to sing, and the rhythm changes quite a bit in this song. I've seen a Japanese utaite, Otouto no Ane, sing Disappearance of Hatsune Miku - but this song? The breath control here has to be crazy!
This definitely should be first, go look up. This is way harder than Sadistic Factory and than Disappearance of Hatsune Miku
Why its in 15?! Its harder to sing this song than the disappearing of hatsune miku and the intese singing of hatsune miku!
How is this at number 37?! It should be way up! Probably even the fastest Vocaloid song ever.
The song is so soft... And that makes it hard for me because my voice is more loud when singing. I can easily sing the lyrics, sure. It's very slow and there lots of instrumentals parts, especially compared to the amount of time Miku is actually singing. But my voice can simply not reach the pitch Miku's can. Even so, number 5 is way too high for this song.
This song is easy I sung paradichlorobenzene f 2nd speed
They patched it to be faster much faster and I did it perfectly
I did like I love you no challenge
I even did 2D Dream Fever
Secret police English version
And the wuss song...
Can't Stop Me
The long notes may be hard but I honestly don't get why "Meteor" is so high on this list. Miku's singing in this song is very soft and most of the eight minutes is instrumental.
Why this song is impossible:
1: Miku holds some of her notes for a REALLY long time.
2: The song is eight minutes long.
Many people are saying this song is hard to sing because of the high notes. Honestly, I find this song really easy to sing. Tho I have a very high range, compared to me just talking I have a medium range, but I've actually sung the nightcore of this and passed the High Range Test. Five times. Tho when I sing the highest note in Roshin Yuukai I kinda have to make my voice louder because starting from that note and going up a little bit my voice gets very soft and that makes it hard to sing notes like that, but I manage it somehow
Yes, "Meltdown" has understandable placing on this list! While the lyrics are easy to remember, Rin's insanely high pitched voice singing sharp notes? Yeah, no. As many other altos can probably relate, I don't think I could sing this on key even if I practiced my hardest.
Yes yes I agree this is one of the hardest vocaloid song to sing and few can only sing this one because its hard to sing fast and still have a high pitch, wow! Well I can sing this song in the version of luka megurine and my best friend can sing this one a little bit in the version of rin she just can't sing the highest pitch (omou masao na hikari... Kerei) just say the chr.
I literally sound like a dying chipmunk on the high notes. It's impossible for me to come close to sounding like that, I can't even hum this song without sounding like I'm dying. Rin's voice is so sharp and difficult to mimic in any way.
This is almost, if not, faster than Disappearence of Hatsune Miku and remains that speed throughout the song and even goes faster than Disappearence at some parts. You don't take a breath and also, to add, there is some screamo in it. I think this is the clear victor but you know, some may disagree ^
If you think Disappearence of Hatsune Miku is the winner, listen to this and Sadistic Music Factory.
Also known as Let's Say P Names! I think this is hardest VOCALOID song ever! Why?
1. It's almost as fast as Disappearance of Hatsune Miku
2. It's almost as fast whole song! Just same tempo when you try to remember 510 P names... Kisenon umineko, aanii, shuusei, nagagutsu...
3. When do you take a breath in this song... ?
4. It has also parts that are as fast as DoHM.
5. I learned DoHM in 2 weeks. But this I haven't still learned and I've studied for 2 MONTHS!
This is hardest VOCALOID song ever in my option... -_-
I hadn't heard this song before I found this list, and I gotta say - this deserves first. But I think maybe Disappearance has first because its more well-known?
This song was not meant to be sung by mere mortals
Actually this is pretty harder than the disappearance of hatsune miku because I am not used to singing slowly because I am more used to singing dongs faster if your like me vote for this song even though at the end it's a bit easier because its faster.
Sure the song is slow at first, but this song gets faster than The Disappearance of Hatsune Miku! That song is already un-singable from the speed of the song, if this is faster, shouldn't it be first?
I don't know how this isn't number 1. Sure, the first half of the song is easy to sing, but as it gets closer to the end, it's insanely fast. It's actually a bit faster than The Dissapearance of Hatsune Miku.
This song goes from slow to fast. If that's not hard enough, it goes faster than "The Disappearance of Hatsune Miku," which is currently first on the list.
Seriously? This is lower than Disappearance?
Okay, I know it's not all too well known, but the singing isn't just fast, it's legitimately gibberish. At least you can catch the words with Disappearance of Hatsune Miku, but here you can't even figure out what she's saying at all.
I have to agree, this is the hardest in that list. I think I may add an other song, this song just deserves to be second before the one I'm going to put because it is inhuman.
This song is hard. Probably harder than levan polkka for sure. It's fast paced the whole song and there are the bits where Miku is only speaking which prove as a challenge. It should be higher on this list for sure.
This needs to be at least second. It's much harder than Disappearance of Hatsune Miku because that is doable
This song is very easy to memorise and to sing.
I love it
It's so hard, the song is super fast._.
Its not fast at all its just the pronunciations for RIN KAGAMINE but GUMI MEGPOID is easy t understand
The beginning and chorus aren't that bad; what's really challenging. When she starts to stutter, it's hard to memorize each syllable, even if you speak Japanese because in the translation, all she's saying is "I, um, Sorta, Well, you know,"
It's quite simple... Then the stuttering always throws me off. There's harder songs of Rin's out there, but in this song the vocals seemed hard to understand.
I sang this to my crush (he understands some Japanese) and he asked me out. I learned each and every syllable. This was my favourite song for some time.
I know! It's hard to catch up with the tne when rin started to stutter, you can't get the melody rght
This Song is way to fast to sing it, only one part in the refrain is actually singable
The title translated is the rampage of Kagamine Len. Of course it's gonna be hard.
This is impossible for anyone to sing: Including Japanese people
As much as I love this song, Len needs to chill out.'
Serious, guys? Hard or not, Ievan Polka is actually singable and there are a lot of Vocaloid songs which aren't. I mean that literally. Vocaloid does a lot of trills and stuff which is physically impossible for real people to sing unless they computerise their voices and this song is not one of them. Sorry, but I feel like I'm talking to a bunch of people who are completely new to Vocaloid.
Not be rude, but Ievan Polka isn't that hard to sing. Whether it's Finn or not I can sing it. All you really have to do is study the beat and lyrics of the song and you'll have it in no time! And trust me, I'm not very good at singing other languages but this song still isn't very hard. Sorry.
The tune is catchy enough to get it all in your head. BUT, it's very hard to memorize the lyrics if you don't speak Japanese because it's the same short chorus repeating itself for 4 minutes. That way, you have to memorize EVERY syllable and EXACTLY where each one goes.
It's not all that hard. But in the song the Finnish is, as another comment stated, all botched up. I'm not really used to singing in Finnish but it's very singable.
The reason I can not sing this song is because THE LONG WORDS THAT MY IDIOTIC SELF CAN NOT PRONOUNCE. It seems everyone know how to, and can sing these long words at a fast pace and make their voice all high pitched and all. And all you little kids who are bragging about singing this and questioning how I can not sing it... Well good for you, but you don't need to rub it in. You are a better singer than I am and you can hold your breath for a longer amount of time than me.
To answer the question of another comment 'Explain how this is easy for a 12 year old but hard for someone else.'
Not everyone can sing at the same level. Maybe you're way better at singing. Maybe you have practiced at this song a lot and I haven't. Whatever it is, you can sing it I can't. Age doesn't decide if you can sing better. I just started singing. I've never sang before in my life. You've probably sung before, even just for fun. I'm still adjusting my voice and finding the right paced songs for ...more
It can be difficult to sing if you don't know where to breathe. The note range is fine, the pace isn't too bad. But once you know where to breathe (or you can hold your breath for like, FOREVER) it's easy to sing
I mean, It is difficult especially since you have to pronounce a huge word during a fast tempo
Well it's not hard because of it's tempo. It's because when you breath in it!? It's like 1 bokuwanannimotameniutau? Parajikurorobenzen. Tadaimimorikaisezuniutau. Parajikurorobenzen...
How is this not 1st? I can easily sing all of the songs on thus list BUT this song!
-Fast from beginning to end
-What is breathing
You breathe in the small instrumentals
This song is just a bunch of nonsense
You need to be able to execute (scream) the high notes and do some major diaphragm exercises in your lower vocal range. It's also a quite fast-paced song, and Rin's unclear pronunciation makes it hard to sing along to, unless you want to find an utaite cover that's decent, which is hard, because again, this is a really hard song to sing! I don't see any reason why this is NOT hard to sing! Also, the lyrics are so sad and relatable that I find myself tearing up and choking, so that may play a major role as to why I sound like garbage.
No offense to anyone, but this song actually isn't that hard to sing. Trust me, I can't hit those high notes like Rin but it's still singable. If you really study the beat and lyrics of the song it gets easier to sing. Heck, I can even sing it in English now! Sorry, but this song isn't really that hard to master.
I don't really have to scream the high notes (although they are still pretty high), but I still cannot do the Japanese! I can rock the English cover, but my voice starts to break sometimes if I sing it too much.
Well, I can NOT sing this in Japanese. I can sing the English version, but the notes are still a strain and I'm a descant. I gave up on the Japanese long ago...
I can actually sing this song really well, but I practiced a lot. There aren't many breaks or pauses throughout the song to catch your breath and it's fast and sometimes a little high pitched for me, but it's not too bad.
Some of the parts are sorta easy to sing, but wow. It's a super fast song! Not to mention the whole series of the songs to go with it are just flat up messed up!
I made a whole English translation and tried to sing it, only to find out I kept messing up the words and could pronounce anything right!
This song is literally hell. I mean, when do they take a breath in this one?! Also, the lyrics are just too suggestive. So, that's that...
Okay, I love this song. Haku's has an amazing voice, but I don't even remember how it goes! It's a very long song, so you would have to listen a lot to memorize the tune and lyrics. It would be time consuming. Maybe you won't be able to work or play if you spend all your time listening to one song and memorized it!
Pretty simple but you just get bored easily being there singing for 8 minutes.
I really like this song but I can never comprehend the pronunciation
It's not really that hard to sing actually... it's pretty easy for me
I can sing this as well, I never took singing lessons, and I'm also eleven. That probably sounds a bit coincidental, but I'm not kidding! It took 6 tries, and I lost my voice for an hour, but I sang it. Rolling Girl is a difficult one, though, so I can see this being at 19.
It's easy when you get the beat and rhythm, your Japanese doesn't need to be perfect if it's hard for you to pronounce (like me because of the accents I have) it's doable though. Keep tying hard!
Well, I can sing this and I'm ELEVEN.. Nobody knows... And my speaking voice was really different after I was start to sing this when I was TEN.. Maybe that's an effect of singing too high for meh.. But doesn't matter because after that, I can rapp like Two Faced Lovers, sing high like Yuki in Rugrats Theory. But the only and only songs that I will never ever can sing was Gomen Ne, Gomen Ne.. (I KNOW, I KNOW what WAS THE SONG ABOUT.. DUN TEACH MEH.. SORRY, BUT I can't HOLD IT! ) That scream on the first, though...
I'm a 12 year-old girl and I can sing this song word for word and pitch for pitch. My chorus teacher put me in first soprano because II am a ryoseiruil (literally means two voice types).
I'm not even gonna try lol
(says someone who somehow cried because of this sentiment is too much for pore ol' me.)
Singable, but it takes quite some practice.
Pretty easy once you get the hang of it.
Have you even tried singing this
This... This song is just plain insane. It's too fast, you need to know which syllables not to pronounce if you want even a DECENT chance of singing it, and the verse is just insanely fast rapping.
Can we just remember how absolutely crazy fast this is?
Took me like a month and a half, but I can sing it
I tried this but dang
I tried. I know it's not as fast as The Disappearance of Hatsune Miku or The Intense Singing of Hatusne Miku, but it's hard anyway. It starts fast, then you're half screaming, then you ARE screaming because those notes...I don't know, it might just be me, but it's hard.
It's pretty fast, 204 bpm according to Project Mirai, Gumi's notes sound a bit husky, Rin's voice is very sharp and high, and the verses are just gibberish.
The hard tempo, high pitched notes and quick lyrics all shape this song out to be a serious commitment in singing.
I really like this song
It's super high pitched, fast and has the word 'nakakapagapagabag', a word known to be difficult to say (even to people native to the language). It isn't in English or Japanese. It's also very robotic.
Lol I can say it (and spell it) though because I've watched it so many times. It's catchy!
Just read the title. Nakakapagpabagabag. It's an amazing song, but the tempo changes a lot.
I already sing this song since I'm a pilipino waah ( > o < ) /
Its easy for me, but when it comes to the game edit of this, its hard. The hard part is " mas sanay na akong nakalakad...". the nakalakad must be makalakad. I'll blame my saliva...
I love this song! It took a bit to learn, I wouldn't say it was difficult, but it had its ups and downs whil I learned! I think why, is because I have a really high voice, so the high notes were easy. I was once called a chipmunk when I sang matryoshka, because of how high I went. I think I actually went higher than I was supposed to on accident, but it was a very fun song to learn!
I don't know about anyone else, but I think the notes for this song are INSANE. If you have a lower vocal range, it makes it ten times harder. It's very fast-paced in my opinion, and the fact that you have to say the odd words ( RIE) and switch from note to note constantly drives me crazy! Still Still love the song, can't sing it though
The nonsensical words in this song (Fruloid and Keloid particularly confuse me while singing) combined with Miku's soprano voice which sings the majority of "Matryoshka" shape it out to be a difficult piece. However, there are certainly harder songs out there like "Plus Boy" and "Disappearance Addiction".
I love how odd it is! It might be hard for some, but for me, that's the fun part of it. If you have a lower vocal range, there's probably a way to edit the music so it's lower. Did someone lower it for Akita Neru yet, since I've seen that many times before?
For all the people who are saying they can sing this, sorry, but you can't. The actual tune is pretty easy and it's not too high, but it has a lot of trills only computers can do (like when it starts auto tuning and then when he/she makes this sound like a phone ringing and stuff). If you're talking about the actual tune and stuff, I totally get it, but all the computer-y affects are vital to the song because it's meant to sound like his voice is glitching. It's physically impossible to sing, but I don't want to call it "the hardest" because lots of other songs are like that, too. I really like it when Crypton adds this sort of thing. It sort of reminds you that the song is done by computers, then when there's none for a while, you start believing they're real again. That's how I see it, anyway.
This is an impossible song to sing because there is one part where they are singing with the words cut of and starting abruptly like a Vocaloid gone wrong. Also, it's hard to get this song stuck in your head without just getting the chorus, which is super catchy.
Am I the only once who can actually do the part where Len starts to glitch or whatever? It is a bit hard to change the words that quickly but it is possible, the rest of the song isn't that hard either.
My voice can split (if that makes any sense) at a wanted time so I can sound digital in this song.