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Biographical information





Raimon Benach (Original, pre-release/2011)
Rumple (Winning Fanart design/2011)

Product information

Voctro Labs, S.L.


Voctro Labs, S.L.


Spanish Espanflag


YAMAHA Corporation


Clara is a Spanish VOCALOID developed and distributed by Voctro Labs, S.L., and was released in December 2011 for the VOCALOID3 engine. She, along with Bruno, were the first Spanish voicebanks commercially distributed. Her voice provider has never been revealed.



"Clara" is a female given name. It is the feminine form of the late Latin name "Clarus" which meant "clear, bright, famous".[2]


Her initial concept and overall appearance were done by Raimon Benach. When the illustration contest was performed, the Spanish company requested to the participants to keep the overall design of the original illustration. Rumple's winning entry was adopted as the new official art. 

With the release of the boxed versions, the design had a new revision done by Rumple. The new design had a more daring look, but kept the previous design. Among the major changes, Clara's shirt is now transparent, her highlights changed from white to blond, and her body build is less skinny.


  • Bruno; a complementary voicebank with masculine vocals.

VOCALOID ReleasesEdit

Examples of UsageEdit

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Music featuring Clara
This VOCALOID is featured in 48 songs and on 1 albums on this wiki.
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Featuring Clara
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Featuring Clara
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Featuring Clara
Featuring Clara
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Clara and Bruno were aimed at Spanish music professionals and were the first VOCALOIDs aimed at Spanish culture. They do not incorporate the moe-esque[3] style of some Japanese VOCALOIDs. Their designs are aimed more towards a retrospective Western art style.

Design CompetitionEdit

Clara and Bruno had a fanart competition.[4] The contest was done in response to the disappointment of the artwork from anime fans.[5] The winners were announced on the 19th of December.[6] Although Voctro-Labs stated  at the beginning of the contest they may not adopt the winning piece, Rumple's winning entry became the new official design.


Clara and Bruno have an official Facebook page.


Clara, along with ONA and Bruno, were scheduled to participate in a small live concert to be realized in Parc de la Ciutadella, as part of the celebrations of La Mercè festival.

Song CompetitionEdit

Main article: Bruno & Clara Original Song Contest

A song contest for Bruno & Clara is being hosted by

Additional informationEdit


Clara Popularity
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Clara suffered backlash based on her first illustration by Raimon Benach, mainly for lacking an anime-like design or referred to as not having the appearance of a VOCALOID, with some went as far as to label Clara and Bruno as "ugly". However, within the Spanish fandom, there have been reports of strong defense from fans of the pair and VOCALOID. The voice type itself has been said to be appealing in general, despite the issues some fans had with the first illustration.

By March 2012, Bruno and Clara were amongst the least popular of the VOCALOID3 voicebanks. Though together they are more popular than Tonio, neither surpassed his popularity when weighed in separately.[7] Her popularity, according to Google Trends, peaked in January 2014, a month after her release, but she gradually lost popularity in the closing months of VOCALOID3, making her among the least popular VOCALOIDs.


The reaction towards the initial artwork may have had a later impact on future VOCALOIDs, and was one of the theories put forward as the reason YAMAHA rejected the original non-"anime-esque" design for AVANNA.[8]

Notable for...Edit

  • First VOCALOID by Voctro Labs
  • First female Spanish VOCALOID
  • First female VOCALOID by Voctro Labs
  • Along with Bruno, first VOCALOID to be redesigned by the VOCALOID fandom



  1. [1] Vocaloid Answer Wiki - Why are some voice providers not revealed?
  2. wikipedia
  3. Moe (slang) - a specific type of cute.
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  7. Research conducted on March 31st, 2012 by User:Angel_Emfrbl, websites used; YouTube, NicoNicoDouga, Pixiv, deviantArt, Piapro, Google.
  8. link

External linksEdit

Spanish Voctro Labs official homepage Link
Spanish/English Bruno & Clara product page Link
Spanish Vocaloid Bruno & Clara The official Facebook page for VOCALOIDs Bruno & Clara Link
Spanish Vocaloid Bruno&Clara @V3BrunoClara The official Twitter account for VOCALOIDs Bruno & Clara Link
English deviantArt , art and media community Link
Japanese Pixiv , art and media community Link
Japanese Piapro , art and media community Link
English MikuMikuDance wiki for models Link


Start a Discussion Discussions about Clara

  • Spanish nicknames

    31 messages
    • Not to mention it does indeed have Spanish origins : (And i've yet to see one of these sites ...
    • Notes like this should be on Maika's page anyway. :-/ One of the reasons why we do this is because once upon a time, someone clai...
  • New Bruno and Clara Style? o3o

    19 messages
    • Bunai82 wrote:I don't like mean Clara. She's not mean! She's... rude. Oh wait, that means the same thing right??
    • wrote:I have a feeling that the new design will usher in some Spanish rock music. I wonder how that'll sound. I love rock. I h...

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