She uses Yamaha Corporation 's Vocaloid 2 , Vocaloid 3 , and Vocaloid 4 singing synthesizing technologies. She was the second Vocaloid sold using the Vocaloid 2 engine and the first Japanese Vocaloid to use the Japanese version of the Vocaloid 2 engine. Her voice is modeled from Japanese voice actress Saki Fujita. Miku's personification has been marketed as a virtual idol and has performed at concerts onstage as an animated projection rear cast projection on a specially coated glass screen. The name of "Hatsune Miku" was conceived soon after the Vocaloid 2 announcements, when an English and Japanese vocal were developed for the character.
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There have since been numerous installments, such as additional voice libraries dubbed ' Append ', as well as an upgrade for the VOCALOID3 engine, which contained an English vocal release. Instead Crypton is focusing on their own program, Piapro Studio. Crypton had the idea to release Miku as "an android diva in the near-future world where songs are lost. Her very first concept was of a bilingual Japanese and English vocal, but this later became the concept of Megurine Luka. It thus means "the first sound from the future. Crypton also provided KEI with Miku's detailed concepts, however, Crypton said it was not easy to explain what a "Vocaloid" was to him. KEI said he could not create an image of a "singing computer" at first, as he did not even know what a "synthesizer" was. It took him more than a month to complete the commission.
I feel you on the loneliness. I do not threaten lightly. Not the end of the world.