Top 10 Mistakes Fans Make Regarding VocaloidI do not mean to offend or make you sound "wrong" about VOCALOID, or anger you, I mean to point out these things but not in a bad way.
I made this list to be more informative, and ultimately let fans know more about VOCALOID.
If you want to learn more about VOCALOID, go to the VOCALOID wiki.
The Top Ten
They aren't lovers, but they are twins, it's just that they play different roles in different songs, so people may mistake them as lovers.
The twin part isn't true, but they could possibly be lovers since they are mirror images, if you shipped them ;3
Ye at least someone understand!
They play different roles in different songs.Some songs they are twins,some songs they are lovers.
Even being an extremely young Vocaloid fan, this one really gets on my nerves
Even I thought this at a point! - SeeU
Yeah this part is pretty dumb, and also (side thing) saying that the song had no feeling
I HATE THIS SO MUCH- don't credit the instrument, credit the writer! - TehTerminator
This one is probably the most annoying, more annoying than the Teto one.
I wouldn't take this as an offense so please don't
People new to VOCALOID often don't realize that VOCALOID is a computer software and there are producers who write the songs. - SeeU
This really annoys me- - TehTerminator
I used to think some of the names were pronounced with a silent E, until I learned how Japanese worked. When I first found out about VOCALOID I thought Miku's name was pronounced "Hat-soon Mike-OO" then my cousin told me the last part was "Meek-OO". THEN I learned how the Japanese language works. So when pronouncing the names, the I's are pronounced "ee" O's "Oh" and E's "eh" as in Bed. When a VOCALOID ends with "Ne" at the end you say "Nay". - SeeU
Nothing reaaally wrong with this one, but I guess if you want more accurate-ish personalities of some vocaloids, (like the crypton ones) look at like project diva X. because it's a game made by Sega, but I'm sure crypton pulls some strings to show off what they think everyone personality is
There's nothing wrong with using those personality's (I actually like it when KAITO is seen as dumb, but I see him as an awesome dancer because of all his fancy kicks and spins in PD) but some people take it as literate facts. - SeeU
VY1 and VY2's avatars that you see were winning entry's in a contest made by YAMAHA asking fans how they see VY1 and VY2 as human avatars. - SeeU
Okay-here's a reason I put my ol' Aki on here.
I do like her, but here's ONE THING.
She's probably new to VOCALOID. Saying this because she thought that VY1v4(VOCALOID4 update of VY1) was an UTAU in her VOCALOIDvsUTAU video, even though she did already make a comment about apologizing for that mistake. You usually see Crypton Future Media's VOCA- actually, KAITO, Rin, Len, Miku and maybe Luka on her list and once or twice you'll see Gackpo or GUMI.
I'm not meaning to throw her name out, I do like her videos but I'm just saying, not everything she says about VOCALOID is true and you should take at least a little advice from her.
Otherwise, you should look at her channel! - SeeU
Gakupo is just the romanization of Gackpo, it isn't incorrect - TehTerminator
I still say Gakupo, but his actual software name is Gackpo or Gackpoid, which is derived(is that the word? ) from his voice provider Gackt. But there's nothing wrong about saying "Gakupo", I still do! - SeeU
This annoys me, holy crap- - TehTerminator
LOLA and LEON was first, Miriam was second, Meiko was 3rd, Kaito was 4th, Sweet ANN was 5th and Miku is 6/7th. - Teletubbies
Before I say anything, Neru is accepted by Cryptin Future Media as a character, along with Haku.
Okei- Neru is a Derivative, just confirming that.
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VOCALOID is a software used on computers, to make it sing. BUT, to provide that voice there's a voice provider. Example-Lily's voice provider is the lead singer of M.O.V.E, Yuri Masuda. - SeeU
Every Go! Animate user in a nutshell - Discord1
Why is this even an option?
But is this seriously a thing? They don't sound alike at all.
Haku and Neru weren't developed by Crypton yet. - ZachMandoGames
While Japanese vocaloids make up the majority, there are Vocaloids for other languages too, such as Chinese, English, Spanish, and Catalan.
Every time I ask a Vocaloid fan who's their favorite Vocaloid producer they tell me Googoo888...Like whyy! that's stupid like everyone knows that those clips are from project diva *dreamy theater/arcade/arcade future tone/etc.* And plus it says in the beginning of the video who make it. - Umi
You don't have to put their names in all caps, that's literally optional. - TehTerminator