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Sunday, March 25, 2012 at 9:58pm in Cool News, News

J-Rock screamo band Dazzle Vision in new UTAU software

This is pretty cool news! Check out this press release from RESONANCE Media about Maiko from DAZZLE VISION’s voice being used in UTAU software.

Japanese Vocaloid fan magazine Gekkayo publishes vocalist Maiko download

March 23, 2012 – Japanese hard-rock screamo band Dazzle Vision posted photos on their Twitter account today previewing the release of vocalist Maiko’s voice-synthesized alter-ego. Famous for her “Death Voice,” high-fashion lolita style, and melodic vocals, Maiko and her band-mates recently judged an open-mic “Death Voice” contest outside Shibuya’s fashion landmark 109 building.

Japanese fan magazine Gekkayo has posted a download of Maiko’s voice compatible with the UTAU software. Competing Vocaloid software (from Crypton Future Media) was made famous by characters like Hatsune Miku, Kagamine Rin and Len, and Megurine Luka. In 2009, J-Rock singer Gackt lent his voice talents to become a character for the software Gackpoid.

Maiko's character graphic

Dazzle Vision’s new album “Shocking Loud Voice” releases May 4 in Japan.

Dazzle Vision official website
http://dazzlevision.net/

Dazzle Vision Twitter
http://twitter.com/DAZZLE_VISION

Gekkayo Online (includes link to download)
http://gekkayo.jp/

Utau Download Site
http://utau2008.web.fc2.com

Have you check out Shattered-Tranquility.net’s interview with DAZZLE VISION? If you haven’t (or if you just want to read it again) check it out here!

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