「VOCALO Revolution」 is a new TV program that is dedicated to presenting the cultural aspect of Vocaloid and its impact in the music scene. It will include interviews with the creators of the software, music producers, and their fans. The show will also take a look at some of the latest Vocaloid PVs from your favorite virtual idols.
Our next set of 「Hatsune Miku – Project DIVA 2nd」 DLC goodies is scheduled to be released on December 22nd at the PlayStation Store. This time it’s to commemorate the 3rd year anniversary of Vocaloid idols Kagamine Rin and Len. Please check for info and pricing after the jump.
On March 9th, 2010, a Vocaloid concert event known as 「Miku no Nichi Kanshasai 39′s Giving Day」 was held at the Zepp Tokyo music hall. Today it has been announced that another live show will be held in the same venue and date next year.
It was recently discovered that techno/electronica artist AVTechNO has removed all his Vocaloid works off the video sharing website, NicoNico Douga — with the exception of collaborations and remixes. According to this blog post, he apologizes to all his supporters for the sudden deletion. He also wanted to share a story concerning the Japanese-pop group KAT-TUN and their song, 「NEVER × OVER ～「-」IS YOUR PART～」.
A promotional video for the latest songs to be added to 「Hatsune Miku Project DIVA Arcade」 is now up for view. The new update will be available November 30th.
Finally a new Vocaloid sub release! Last one we put out was ｢Summer☆Girl｣ a few months back. Thankfully the group found time to get together recently and work on their 38th project — Hatsune Miku’s ｢Secret Police｣ by BuriruP. You may find the video after the jump.
Last month at New York Anime Festival, a panel was held with regards to the future of Crypton’s Vocaloid series. It was there were plans of a possible English version of Hatsune Miku Vocaloid software would be under heavy consideration if there was enough demand for it. Fans would be able to display their interest in the idea by visiting Hatsune Miku’s Facebook page. If her Facebook reaches 39,390 “likes” — the number meaning “miku” and “sankyu (thank you)” — then we’ll soon be hearing the now international virtual idol sensation sing in English. That very goal has been reached today.