Yep, I know what you’re thinking. It’s been quite a long while since I last posted in this blog.
A lot of things happened, but I think I’ll save the talk about those things for another post later on. Now, what I want to talk about first is the new music video released by DECO*27—which turned out to be a new rendition for one of his most popular tunes: Ai Kotoba!
Continue reading DECO*27 feat. Hatsune Miku – Ai Kotoba Ⅱ | DECO*27 VOCALOID COLLECTION 2008～2012
40mP has finally released another new work, and this time featuring both Miku and GUMI!
Continue reading 40mP feat. Hatsune Miku & GUMI – Smile again
This time around, I’m going to talk about an album I bought a couple of months ago on Anime Festival Asia Indonesia 2012—the biggest Japanese pop culture event in Asia held at Jakarta this year. Entitled “VOCALOID.2 Compilation Album”, this music album is the sequel to the first album to be created by Indonesian Vocaloid producers gathered from a forum called VOCAPOST, featuring original Vocaloid songs: “VOCALO.ID”. The first album has already went on sale at KarenT, the record label that has published many Vocaloid works.
Continue reading VOCALO.ID 2 Compilation Album
One of the most amusing and intriguing parts of the growing phenomenon of Vocaloid culture originating from Nico Nico Douga is the fact that the songs are all composed by the users of the software, regarded as “VocaP” (Vocaloid Producer). There are so many great, talented VocaP’s, each of them having their own way of using the famous voice synthesizer to produce masterpieces that captivated millions of people in Japan, and even around the world. In this post, I’m going to talk about one of my top four favorite Voca-Ps—besides supercell, DECO*27, and 40mP—all of which have influenced my music preference and my passion to be a musician myself until now: kz, or as most of us refer more often as “band” or “group”, livetune.
Continue reading Tell The World About Livetune: A Fresh Air of Out-of-the-Box, Colorful Music