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С днем ​​рождения Хацумэ Мику! Что ж, ранний день рождения. День рождения знаменитого вокалоида отмечается 31 августа, и фанаты уже сходят с ума по этому случаю, расклеивая фан-арты и пожелания всего наилучшего в Интернете. Поклонники уже отправили бесчисленное количество сообщений в Проект поздравления с днем ​​рождения Хацунэ Мику, некоторые из которых будут показаны во время специального концерта, на который смогут попасть фанаты со всего мира.

Хацунэ Мику имеет большее культурное значение, чем просто популярный в Японии виртуальный персонаж. Она появился на шоу Дэвида Леттермана, показанная в известном приложении для Domino’s Pizza, и стала одним из самых популярных мемов в Интернете, где проблематичные создатели медиа были заменены ею как реальным создателем данного проекта. Теперь она «настоящий» создатель всего из Minecraft до Harry Potter серия из-за этого уникального явления.

Несмотря на то, что это было на день раньше (в некоторых часовых поясах), фанаты наводнили Твиттер великолепным фан-артом персонажа и различными другими данностями.

♩*。♫.°♪*。♬꙳♩*。♫♩*。♫.°♪*。
ХБД Мику!
Ты для меня целый мир.
♩*。♫.°♪*。♬꙳♩*。♫♩*。♫.°♪*。#Хацунэ Мику День Рождения 2021 #初音ミク14周年 #しらゆきミク pic.twitter.com/IXDPzh4HOz

— しらゆき2744-8349026 (@Snow_White__y) 30 августа 2021

С днём рождения, дорогая Мику ‥ ♪#Хацунэ Мику День Рождения 2021 pic.twitter.com/dYiL5Ev0LB

—????1ф90д-9391206???? (@__Poecile) 30 августа 2021

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// это заняло 1 час, может, плохо закончу на день рождения мику? pic.twitter.com/YtARSSH1XO

— ЖУРНАЛ ЗЛОДЕЯ В ПРОДАЖЕ! кхи комаэда брейнрот (@cactuskhee) 30 августа 2021

с днем ​​рождения мику!!! 1f970-14025521f495-4060473 #Хацунэ Мику День Рождения 2021
давайте проведем еще один год, полный воспоминаний и веселья вместе!!! 1f389-77919132728-5033102 pic.twitter.com/GdcdNMm2cw

— Робин 1ф31ф-8181516 День Мику!!! (@springexalt) 30 августа 2021

Команда Good Smile также объявила сегодня о специальной фигурке Хацунэ Мику, которая выглядит просто звездно. их превью. Поклонники были так взволнованы, что Мику начала тенденция в твиттере, так что кто знает, насколько дикими будут события на ее день рождения в будущем.

С Днем Рождения Хацуне Мику! Мы надеемся, что вы получите любой виртуальный торт ко дню рождения, какой пожелаете.

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Объявлено проведение ивента «Hatsune Miku Birthday Message Project 2023»


Объявлено проведение ивента «Hatsune Miku Birthday Message Project 2023»

Crypton Future Media объявили о проведении новой итерации ежегодного интерактивного ивента «Hatsune Miku Birthday Message Project 2023», приуроченного к 16-летию Мику. Многим из вас может быть уже хорошо знакомо это мероприятие и его суть, ну а новичкам в нашей обители объясним: «Hatsune Miku Birthday Message Project» – это интерактивный веб-проект, организовываемый CFM совместно с Национальным институтом передовых промышленных наук и технологий (AIST) на основе их интерактивных технологий Songle Sync и TextAlive, участники которого оставляют Мику короткие поздравительные сообщения, которые в обозначенную дату синхронизируются и визуализируются под музыку на экране вашего смартфона или ПК в простом веб-браузере.

📝 Как принять участие?

Принять участие в ивенте может абсолютно каждый. Для этого необходимо в специальной форме, ссылку на которую вы найдёте ниже, оставить Мику своё поздравительное сообщение на английском или японском языках и длинной не более 40 символов. Затем, нужно будет зайти с вашего смартфона/планшета или ПК на веб-страницу ивента примерно за 10 минут до начала и нажать кнопку «Join the Event», ожидая его начала. На этом всё. Под какую песню он будет проходить будет объявлено позже на этой же странице, но скорее всего это будет «HERO» от Ayase, очевидно.

Сообщения принимаются с 28.07.2023 с 05:00 МСК по 16.08.2023 до 17:59 МСК.

🕒 Даты проведения

• 31.08 и 01.09.2023

— 31 августа в 15:00 МСК

— 1 сентября в 03:00 и 16:00 МСК

🌐 Официальный сайт «Hatsune Miku Birthday Message Project 2023»

🌐 Оставить своё сообщение для ивента

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«Didn’t you know? I’m forever 16.»

  • Hatsune Miku in her birthday 2019

Hatsune Miku (初音ミク) was a fictional character from the Vocaloid character series by Crypton Future Media. She is a singer. Her voice provider is Saki Fujita.

Vocaloids[]

A vocaloid is a synthesizer program where someone (in this case, Fujita) records some specific parts of their voice, and the program makes it so that the user can make words from the voice samples. Therefore, a user can make songs after pitching the sounds. The character is a representative of the voice, and many music producers who use Miku’s voice use her character too, although that is not always the case.

Here is a video showing the worldwide influence of vocaloids, made by Google.

Release[]

Hatsune.Miku .full

An official illustration of Miku by Kei Garou.

She is the first Japanese vocaloid to be released by Crypton Future Media in August 31, 2007. However, she wasn’t the first vocaloid; She is the seventh one. She was released for the VOCALOID2 (V2) engine first, but got a version with V3 and V4. She received another voicebank called «append» for V2, and got an English voicebank for V3. All that has been updated for V4, along with a Mandarin voicebank.

When Crypton stopped licensing YAMAHA’s VOCALOID vocal-synthesis engine in favor of its own Piapro Studio-based engine, Miku technically stopped being a Vocaloid; however, fans still regard her as the poster child of the Vocaloids due to her long-standing popularity.

Etymology[]

Her forename «Miku» is written as 未來 in kanji, which means «future». It is written as ミク in katakana, possibly to make her name sound more ethereal. Her surname «Hatsune» is a combination of 初 (Hatsu-), meaning «first» and 音 (-Ne), meaning «sound».

Her Chinese name is 初音未來 (Chūyīn Wèilái).

Appearance[]

Her design was made by Kei Garou, who spent a whole month drawing her, as he had no idea of what a synthesizer was supposed to look like.

She has many different variations of her appearance, but she usually has long green twin ponytails that reach to around her ankles. The two squares are floating in mid-air, and can hold her hair up even without touching it. She also wears black and pink earpieces, and has bangs.

Her top is grey, and has a shirt collar and is a vest. She wears a long tie that is the same color as her hair, and her shirt goes just past her hips. She has a short school-like skirt that is black with green hems, and she has a green sash hanging from underneath her shirt.

She has separate sleeves that are black and have little bars on them, which are meant to mimic the bars in the actual VOCALOID program. She also has nail polish that is the same color as her hair, and thigh-high black boots with green soles.

Personality[]

Due to Miku’s voice and character being used for many different types of songs and media throughout her time, her personality can drastically change from one song to the next. However, her vocal may be used, but the song itself might feature some original characters from the artist, so only the persona of Miku singing as herself in a song will be considered with her «personality», as there is a slight trend in her personality change through the years.

At first, her voicebank was only used to cover simple songs, but the appearance of みくみくにしてあげる♪ (Miku Miku ni Shite Ageru♪) by Ika on a Japanese video streaming platform called NicoNicoDouga had started to gain popularity. In that song, Miku is energetic and cheerful, and seemingly getting everyone obsessed with her voice. The Miku in these years were usually happy and perky.

Another early song that features her voice and her persona is メルト (Melt) by Ryo. The song is a simple love song, and Miku is portrayed as pure and in love in this song. It gained massive popularity because it was the first time a producer had managed to make a vocaloid sound that realistic, and was instantly popular with vocaloid fans, widing the fanbase by a lot.

However, another type of song that started being widespread after more vocaloids joined the ranks were horror songs. It included most of the more well-known vocaloids today, which included Miku. For example, ロッテンガールグロテスクロマンス (Rotten Girl, Grotesque Romance) by Machigerita-P is one of the trademark «dark» songs, which have gory topics. And in some of those songs, Miku is portrayed as an obsessive girl who is insane. The rise of popularity in these songs may be because no real life singer would ever sing these songs, so the producers realized that Miku would be the perfect outlet for singing these songs.

As the years progressed, Miku’s songs started featuring original characters, and now most songs have their own original characters, in contrast for using Miku as the main character. Additionally, many other voicebanks have also started becoming more widely used, so the vocaloid industry is less dominated by just Miku.

360

A MikuMikuDance (MMD) model of Miku.

More recent (More like 5/6 years ago) famous songs that feature Miku, such as ODDS&ENDS by ryo show Miku in a more «meta» perspective, seeing her as a person who is aware of all the voicebanks and songs created by her. The trend in this persona may be because this could be a way of connecting with the audience even more, as most of these songs feature Miku directly addressing the producer or the listener, and are more about the process of making the song than anything else.

However, there have been many famous vocaloid producers who have left the vocaloid industry, such as wowaka, Hachi, Samfree and Ryo. For some of them, they have made songs that signal the end of their vocaloid era, such as 砂の惑星 (DUNE) by Hachi, who now goes by Kenshi Yonezu. There have also been popular songs that signal the end of Hatsune Miku and the vocaloid era, such as 初音ミクの消失 (The end of Hatsune Miku). Miku’s persona is also relatively «meta», however, there is a hint of despair and she feels more sorrowful, in comparison to the happiness that she used to have after realizing that her voice brings hope to everyone who listens to her.

However, she also has a fanon personality, although it varies from community to community. It is usually agreed on that she loves leeks, popularized through a video of her holding two leeks while covering Ievan Polkka. This one characteristic has stayed true throughout all versions of Miku, even in the horror songs.

Notable Producers[]

Here are some notable producers that use Miku. They are just the most mainstream ones in the industry.

  • DECO*27

(Notable songs: Vampire, Salamander, Ghost Rule, NeedLe, Otome Dissection)

  • Hachi

(Notable songs: DUNE, Matryoshka, Donut Hole, Panda Hero)

  • Ryo

(Notable songs: Melt, World is Mine, Love is War, ODDS&ENDS)

  • Eve

(Notable songs: Dramaturgy, Heart Forecast, Gunjo Sanka, As You Like It)

  • Mitchie M

(Notable songs: Viva Happy, News 39, Newly Edgy Idols, Wah Wah World)

  • Wowaka

(Notable songs: Unknown Mother-Goose, Rolling Girl, World’s End Dancehall, Two-faced Lovers)

Voicebank Versions[]

Miku's V2 Standard

Miku’s V2 Standard

Miku's V2 Append

Miku’s V2 Append

Miku's V3 Standard

Miku’s V3 Standard

Miku's V3 English

Miku’s V3 English

Miku's V4 Chinese

Miku’s V4 Chinese

Miku's V4X Standard

Miku’s V4X Standard

The main Miku voicebank is Hatsune Miku — Original (V2, V3, V4), but there are also other versions, which include:

  • Hatsune Miku — Sweet (V2 Append, V3, V4X)
  • Hatsune Miku — Dark (V2 Append, V3, V4X)
  • Hatsune Miku — Soft (V2 Append, V3, V4X)
  • Hatsune Miku — Light (V2 Append, V3)
  • Hatsune Miku — Vivid (V2 Append, V3)
  • Hatsune Miku — Solid (V2 Append, V3, V4X)
  • Hatsune Miku — English (V2 Unreleased, V3, V4X)
  • Hatsune Miku — Chinese (V4X)
  • Hatsune Miku — Falsetto (Never released)

«Didn’t you know? I’m forever 16.»

  • Hatsune Miku in her birthday 2019

Hatsune Miku (初音ミク) was a fictional character from the Vocaloid character series by Crypton Future Media. She is a singer. Her voice provider is Saki Fujita.

Vocaloids[]

A vocaloid is a synthesizer program where someone (in this case, Fujita) records some specific parts of their voice, and the program makes it so that the user can make words from the voice samples. Therefore, a user can make songs after pitching the sounds. The character is a representative of the voice, and many music producers who use Miku’s voice use her character too, although that is not always the case.

Here is a video showing the worldwide influence of vocaloids, made by Google.

Release[]

Hatsune.Miku .full

An official illustration of Miku by Kei Garou.

She is the first Japanese vocaloid to be released by Crypton Future Media in August 31, 2007. However, she wasn’t the first vocaloid; She is the seventh one. She was released for the VOCALOID2 (V2) engine first, but got a version with V3 and V4. She received another voicebank called «append» for V2, and got an English voicebank for V3. All that has been updated for V4, along with a Mandarin voicebank.

When Crypton stopped licensing YAMAHA’s VOCALOID vocal-synthesis engine in favor of its own Piapro Studio-based engine, Miku technically stopped being a Vocaloid; however, fans still regard her as the poster child of the Vocaloids due to her long-standing popularity.

Etymology[]

Her forename «Miku» is written as 未來 in kanji, which means «future». It is written as ミク in katakana, possibly to make her name sound more ethereal. Her surname «Hatsune» is a combination of 初 (Hatsu-), meaning «first» and 音 (-Ne), meaning «sound».

Her Chinese name is 初音未來 (Chūyīn Wèilái).

Appearance[]

Her design was made by Kei Garou, who spent a whole month drawing her, as he had no idea of what a synthesizer was supposed to look like.

She has many different variations of her appearance, but she usually has long green twin ponytails that reach to around her ankles. The two squares are floating in mid-air, and can hold her hair up even without touching it. She also wears black and pink earpieces, and has bangs.

Her top is grey, and has a shirt collar and is a vest. She wears a long tie that is the same color as her hair, and her shirt goes just past her hips. She has a short school-like skirt that is black with green hems, and she has a green sash hanging from underneath her shirt.

She has separate sleeves that are black and have little bars on them, which are meant to mimic the bars in the actual VOCALOID program. She also has nail polish that is the same color as her hair, and thigh-high black boots with green soles.

Personality[]

Due to Miku’s voice and character being used for many different types of songs and media throughout her time, her personality can drastically change from one song to the next. However, her vocal may be used, but the song itself might feature some original characters from the artist, so only the persona of Miku singing as herself in a song will be considered with her «personality», as there is a slight trend in her personality change through the years.

At first, her voicebank was only used to cover simple songs, but the appearance of みくみくにしてあげる♪ (Miku Miku ni Shite Ageru♪) by Ika on a Japanese video streaming platform called NicoNicoDouga had started to gain popularity. In that song, Miku is energetic and cheerful, and seemingly getting everyone obsessed with her voice. The Miku in these years were usually happy and perky.

Another early song that features her voice and her persona is メルト (Melt) by Ryo. The song is a simple love song, and Miku is portrayed as pure and in love in this song. It gained massive popularity because it was the first time a producer had managed to make a vocaloid sound that realistic, and was instantly popular with vocaloid fans, widing the fanbase by a lot.

However, another type of song that started being widespread after more vocaloids joined the ranks were horror songs. It included most of the more well-known vocaloids today, which included Miku. For example, ロッテンガールグロテスクロマンス (Rotten Girl, Grotesque Romance) by Machigerita-P is one of the trademark «dark» songs, which have gory topics. And in some of those songs, Miku is portrayed as an obsessive girl who is insane. The rise of popularity in these songs may be because no real life singer would ever sing these songs, so the producers realized that Miku would be the perfect outlet for singing these songs.

As the years progressed, Miku’s songs started featuring original characters, and now most songs have their own original characters, in contrast for using Miku as the main character. Additionally, many other voicebanks have also started becoming more widely used, so the vocaloid industry is less dominated by just Miku.

360

A MikuMikuDance (MMD) model of Miku.

More recent (More like 5/6 years ago) famous songs that feature Miku, such as ODDS&ENDS by ryo show Miku in a more «meta» perspective, seeing her as a person who is aware of all the voicebanks and songs created by her. The trend in this persona may be because this could be a way of connecting with the audience even more, as most of these songs feature Miku directly addressing the producer or the listener, and are more about the process of making the song than anything else.

However, there have been many famous vocaloid producers who have left the vocaloid industry, such as wowaka, Hachi, Samfree and Ryo. For some of them, they have made songs that signal the end of their vocaloid era, such as 砂の惑星 (DUNE) by Hachi, who now goes by Kenshi Yonezu. There have also been popular songs that signal the end of Hatsune Miku and the vocaloid era, such as 初音ミクの消失 (The end of Hatsune Miku). Miku’s persona is also relatively «meta», however, there is a hint of despair and she feels more sorrowful, in comparison to the happiness that she used to have after realizing that her voice brings hope to everyone who listens to her.

However, she also has a fanon personality, although it varies from community to community. It is usually agreed on that she loves leeks, popularized through a video of her holding two leeks while covering Ievan Polkka. This one characteristic has stayed true throughout all versions of Miku, even in the horror songs.

Notable Producers[]

Here are some notable producers that use Miku. They are just the most mainstream ones in the industry.

  • DECO*27

(Notable songs: Vampire, Salamander, Ghost Rule, NeedLe, Otome Dissection)

  • Hachi

(Notable songs: DUNE, Matryoshka, Donut Hole, Panda Hero)

  • Ryo

(Notable songs: Melt, World is Mine, Love is War, ODDS&ENDS)

  • Eve

(Notable songs: Dramaturgy, Heart Forecast, Gunjo Sanka, As You Like It)

  • Mitchie M

(Notable songs: Viva Happy, News 39, Newly Edgy Idols, Wah Wah World)

  • Wowaka

(Notable songs: Unknown Mother-Goose, Rolling Girl, World’s End Dancehall, Two-faced Lovers)

Voicebank Versions[]

Miku's V2 Standard

Miku’s V2 Standard

Miku's V2 Append

Miku’s V2 Append

Miku's V3 Standard

Miku’s V3 Standard

Miku's V3 English

Miku’s V3 English

Miku's V4 Chinese

Miku’s V4 Chinese

Miku's V4X Standard

Miku’s V4X Standard

The main Miku voicebank is Hatsune Miku — Original (V2, V3, V4), but there are also other versions, which include:

  • Hatsune Miku — Sweet (V2 Append, V3, V4X)
  • Hatsune Miku — Dark (V2 Append, V3, V4X)
  • Hatsune Miku — Soft (V2 Append, V3, V4X)
  • Hatsune Miku — Light (V2 Append, V3)
  • Hatsune Miku — Vivid (V2 Append, V3)
  • Hatsune Miku — Solid (V2 Append, V3, V4X)
  • Hatsune Miku — English (V2 Unreleased, V3, V4X)
  • Hatsune Miku — Chinese (V4X)
  • Hatsune Miku — Falsetto (Never released)

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