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KAITO・MEIKO

KAITO・MEIKO

KAITO・MEIKO


KAITO and MEIKO are 2 Vocaloid softwares created by Crypton Future Media. They utilize the older Vocaloid engine, the predecessor for Vocaloid2 which is completely computer synthesized thus is less smooth sounding. Although rougher sounding, Kaito and Meiko are able to incorporate much broader voice range than Miku and Rin/Len. Meiko's voice is based on Japanese female singer Meiko Haigo's. She is fit to sing anything from pop, rock, jazz, and R & B to children's songs. Read more on Last.fm
KAITO and MEIKO are 2 Vocaloid softwares created by Crypton Future Media. They utilize the older Vocaloid engine, the predecessor for Vocaloid2 which is completely computer synthesized thus is less smooth sounding. Although rougher sounding, Kaito and Meiko are able to incorporate much broader voice range than Miku and Rin/Len. Meiko's voice is based on Japanese female singer Meiko Haigo's.

She is fit to sing anything from pop, rock, jazz, and R & B to children's songs. Being the counterpart of Kaito, she is also the older sister figure for the Vocaloid group. She wears red, and carries around a microphone stand. She also is frequently seen drinking from One Cup Ozeki, a sake widely available through vending machines, which serves as her character item. Kaito's voice was supplied by Naoto Fuga.

He is fit to sing anything from hymns and children's songs to R & B and pop, though the style that he is best used for is singing pop ballads. He wears a white coat and a blue muffler, with his character item being ice cream. He's also noted to be in some songs and many fanon as Miku's lover. Read more on Last.fm.

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