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Here, have a sampling of some of the vocaloid music I've purchased on Bandcamp. You can see my entire collection over here. Music bought from bandcamp are normal mp3s, none of the drm crap some places try to force on you. Which of course is probably the main reason I like to support artists on this platform.













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On this computer I can really see how bloaty and laggy firefox has become. Anyway, saw this new song by Circus-P, which I've mentioned on the blog several times before. Winning this contest should help him gather up even more fans when the song is played live at the Miku Expo. :D

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Just another random vocaloid song by AdyS. :D



Started off kinda Eh-ish to me to be honest, but I started to get into it once the main lyrics started. He should be releasing a new album fairly soon featuring mostly Cyber Diva, the vocaloid used in this song. I'd have to say she is fairly clear and easy to understand most of the time - far easier than Sonika for instance, which he uses a lot as well. (But then again I still like Sonika anyway. :P)
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Today is the first day in over a week that my place has been a hospitable temperature. Normally wind won't blow in through the windows during the summer which causes the place to heat up significantly. And after one of my fans died last week it was worse than normal. Going to try to get a replacement tomorrow.

Boring Atari 7800 Game Development ramblings )

So yeah, hopefully with the heat temporarily at bay I'll be able to get a little bit of work done. :)

Also, Vocallective released another digital album (Free) on bandcamp recently - "Drum & Bass & Vocaloid 3". They release songs from a lot of aspiring musicans/song writers that use vocaloids and utaloids.
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Mostly testing out this embedding for bandcamp, but here's a cool tune by Empath-P and MJQ.

So What

Feb. 26th, 2015 05:35 am
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Where Ady S released his latest vocaloid Album, and he's currently #2 on my favorite western producers for Vocaloid songs, I feel the need to push his stuff on the 2-4 people that still use LiveJournal on my friends list. :D

Here's a crossfade of his new album that's almost entirely SoNiKa. Admittedly she's hard to understand when you're not use to her voicebank - but lyrics certainly help.



The full album can be listened to, with lyrics, on the bandcamp page where it can be bought for 5 dollars if desired. I've yet to buy it myself, but that will likely be changing by the weekend so long as I can get a prepaid visa/mastercard giftcard that will actually work online. The last visa one didn't. :/

https://vocallective.bandcamp.com/album/so-what
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After that spat of ranting over video games this week, let's unwind with some vocaloid music. :P

Here's a couple of random videos from my current two favorite western vocaloid musicians.

Adys. Most of his music is available either as direct soundcloud links from his various videos, or released on bandcamp through Vocallective Records.


Circus-P. He releases his stuff on bandcamp, and lately started getting it on itunes, etc. This particular song was done by Circus-P and Crusher-P as shown in the video.


I still have to look more at Crusher-P's youtube channel to see more of her own stuff - prior to the song I didn't even know about her. ^_^; But then the same goes for most western vocaloid musicians I guess... I generally find out about new artists via group projects such as this song, or when they're part of a larger group - such as Vocallective Records.

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