Miku Hatsune

初音ミク, CV01
Birthday:Aug 31
Height: 158 cm 52 Hatsune Miku was the first Japanese VOCALOID to be both developed and distributed by Crypton Future Media Inc. She was initially released in August 2007 for the VOCALOID2 engine and was the first member of the Character Vocal Series. She was the seventh VOCALOID overall and the second VOCALOID2 vocal released to be released for the engine. Her voice is provided by the Japanese voice actress Saki Fujitahttps://anilist.co/staff/95504/SakiFujita. There have since been numerous installments such as additional voice libraries dubbed Append and an upgrade for the VOCALOID3 engine which contained an English vocal release. She received a VOCALOID4 update to her Japanese and English voicebanks in August 2016 and a Mandarin Chinese voicebank in September 2017. As of August 31 2019 there will be no further installments with the VOCALOID program. Instead Crypton is focusing on their own program Piapro Studio. Crypton had the idea to release Miku as an android diva in the nearfuture world where songs are lost. The name was chosen by combining hatsu first ne sound and Miku a personal name that shares its spelling with the word for future. It thus means the first sound from the future. Her name was based on her concept of that when a sound is first spoken. Her VOCALOID2 Append design is often subjected to censorship. In the original design there is a bare strip of flesh under the tie area. In many depictions this bare strip of flesh is not shown and is covered. For example while Max Factory models showing the uncensored version in their normal and Figma models the Project Diva game series shy away from showing any exposure. VOICEBANKS: Hatsune Miku VOCALOID2 August 31 2007 Hatsune Miku V3 VOCALOID3 VOCALOID NEO Piapro Studio September 26 2013 Hatsune Miku V3 Light VOCALOID3 Piapro Studio September 26 2013 Hatsune Miku VOCALOID KeyboardHatsune Miku V4X VOCALOID4 Piapro Studio2 August 31 2016 Hatsune Miku Mobile VOCALOID Editor Hatsune Miku Append VOCALOID2 April 30 2010 Hatsune Miku V3 VOCALOID3 September 26 2013 Hatsune Miku V3 Vivid VOCALOID3 Piapro Studio September 26 2013 Hatsune Miku V4 Chinese VOCALOID4 Piapro Studio Standalone August 24 2017 Preorder September 5 2017 Estimated release Designed to be a cute highpitched and young female Japanese singer the vocal is of a nonprofessional vocalist and represents a voiceacted result. It has a strong attack and is known for its fairly high adaptability and morphing ability. Due to its high usages among Japanese producers the vocal was regarded as both The VOCALOID voicebank as well as the standard vocal among VOCALOID usage. Source: VOCALOID Synthesizer Wikihttps://vocaloid.fandom.com/wiki/HatsuneMiku