So, I figured it’s time for me to post my own experience regarding the first ever Hatsune Miku Expo in Indonesia! This event might as well be one of the most memorable Japanese pop culture events I’ve ever gone to in Indonesia — especially the concert, yep. Well then, without further ado, here we go!
As if the announcement of Re:Dial was not enough for kz to start the year, another news arrived to Twitter—announcing that he also took part in the second season “Ore no Imouto ga Konna ni Kawaii Wake ga Nai” as the producer of ClariS’ new single, “reunion”, which will be used as the show’s opening theme song.
Another great upcoming work has been announced to be released on 2013, which is kz(livetune)’s latest album. This album will feature lots of popular tracks from his five-year long career as a Vocaloid producer, and even a couple of new tracks to boot.
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.