Vidasoy’s Vocalog: Seeing a Sixteen-Day-Old Moon – Last Note ft. GUMI

Every Vocaloid producer out there seems to be banking on the “high school story” series appeal in their songs, which given their success and manga-adaption ability, is unsurprising. I’m not really familiar with Last Note’s “Mikagura School Suite”, but Seeing a Sixteen-Day-Old Moon grabbed my attention with its name alone. The …

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Vidasoy’s Vocalog: EveR ∞ LastinG ∞ NighT – Vocaloids Eight

Songs with story lines featuring all of the Vocaloid characters set to grand theatrical music are usually the ones that break a million views. Fans love intricate character designs and well-animated PVs, and even more so when they’re in a series. When Bad ∞ End ∞ Night debuted, it combined just the right amount of …

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Vidasoy’s Vocalog: Heart a la Mode – Hatsune Miku (Georgia ft. Deco*27 Campaign)

Any company that decides to borrow Hatsune Miku’s branding power are usually met with the idol’s vast audiences, along with anyone that finds a dancing twin-tailed virtual diva worth watching. Say what you want about the Domino’s and car ads, they generated a ton of talk. Georgia Emerald coffee, a brand …

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Vidasoy’s Vocalog: Disappearance Addiction – GUMI and Kagamine Rin

Another mysterious yandere breakdown PV was released last week in Disappearance Addiction, with the excitingly ambiguous note “I wish everything would disappear.” This time we see a duet by GUMI and Kagamine Rin, two unique voices that blend surprisingly well together – a fact that producers are thankfully picking up on more frequently lately. I …

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Vidasoy’s Vocalog: Setsuna Drive – IA ROCKS

I wasn’t as impressed by the first IA ROCKS song I reviewd, Bloody Gravity. However, Setsuna Drive gives us another chance to see how IA ROCKS’s append voicebank sounds. Although both songs pair IA’s slightly altered voice well with a rock-guitar heavy instrumental, Setsuna Drive is that bit more cool. This version of Setsuna Drive is actually …

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