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  • Hatsune Miku Essay

    J-Pop Melodies Full of Tapping Chaos Arriving as chibi singers on the Nintendo 3DS, the virtual songstress Hatsune Miku and her “vocaloid” friends are performing in a music theatrical video game called Hatsune Miku: Project Mirai DX; this creative project contains 48 memorable songs in Japanese, alternative game modes, and other neat artistic features. Besides being an adorable attraction, this rhythm game happens to be both a sequel to Hatsune Miku and the Future Stars: Project Mirai and a spinoff of Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA. In other words, the noisy brigade is going to be a handheld sensation for North American and European audiences. So KawaiSo Kawai Getting started, players will need to create a profile with one chosen partner out…

    Words: 912 - Pages: 4
  • Media Convergence: The Case Study Of Miku Hatsune

    Media Convergence: The Case Study of Miku Hatsune Hatsune Miku and the other VOCALOIDs are swarming social media. Their illustrations and capabilities enchant their audiences no matter what medium is used. Whether it is video games, live concerts, karaoke or simply making a new song, VOCALOID has its many uses and benefits and will continue to impact culture and technology. What is a Voice Synthesizing Program? A voice synthesizing program is essentially a computer singing as human-like as…

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  • The Lost One's Weeping Analysis

    or ethnicity gather. School is the safest place for a child to grow up and learn. Some argue with these statements, because some schools are not safe, and some schools discriminate. These people are not incorrect, but these statements are for school in general. Beside all of the argument whether school is a good place for kids or not, most people are not seeing the bigger picture. What is the greatest threat to the children’s education? The answer is, the system itself. The song “The Lost One’s…

    Words: 1291 - Pages: 5
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