Vocaloid Accessories

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Bring out all you accessories and bring with you your favorite musical instruments when you plan to cosplay the popular characters from the Vocaloid. Your friends will surely rock and roll and dance the beat away when you cosplay in full accessories. The term Vocaloid refers to a singing synthesizer developed by Yamaha Corporation, Japan by which you can synthesize a song by just typing the lyrics and melody. Vocaloid One and Vocaloid second are voice synthesizing applications; they have been commercially sold since 2004 and began from one of the simplest ideas of synthesizing the human vocals for singing. Vocaloid Third eventually was released on the 21st of October 2011. You will truly enjoy the wigs when you cosplay the Vocaloid characters because they come in different haircuts and bright colors. Leon is sold as a soul singer having vocals capable for smooth R&B Grind compared to Lola. This range allows him to hit notes easily with a breeze. Leon and Lola also sing with a British accent. His voice is lighter and thinner compared to Lola. Miriam sings with a British accent. Her voice was much smoother than previous Vocaloid Leon and Lola. She had a larger phonetic sample base making her English skills better than Leon or Lola. She was more suited for pop songs and slow ballads as she favored higher notes. Meiko is steady, straightforward, and suitable for any musical genre. She is fit to sing anything from pop, rock, jazz, R&B to children's songs. Her overall tone of voice is more fluid and gives her a large vocal range. Kaito was already being used for many other genres such as R&B and pop, the style that he is best used for was considered pop ballads.