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So... I read some producer pages, and some of the descriptions say that they earned the title of Legendary [a VOCALOID] Master. So what I'm wondering is that how do you exactly define a 'Legendary Master'? I didn't think it was the problem of views of the song because if you look at EZFG his VY1 songs got many views yet he is not a Legendary Master of it. Also, I don't even know if this is the right place to put this article. If it is not the right place, please notice me. Thanks.H.M (talk) 14:34, August 15, 2012 (UTC)
To be honest I've no idea what the water cooler is for. Though I think this is either.... Vocaloid discussion or wiki discussion. I really don't know.
A "Legendary -insert vocaloid here- Master" is a title given in Nico Nico Douga by fans through tags in NND. Titles are given if lots of fans thinks their tuning on Vocaloid is good. It doesn't matter if the song has over 9 million views, it doesn't matter if people think it's awesome. If the Vocaloid doesn't sound so awesome in the song it doesn't matter. For example, VY1's Cyber Thunder Cider is popular, but maybe not a lot of people like his tuning of VY1 (though I personally like it). Usually the less realistic it sounds (e.g. the V1s or the Kagamines.) the more people would actually tune them or whatever you call it to make it more realistic. Some "realistic" vocaloids are good enough so you don't need to do anything to it thus less chance on getting a title (e.g. VY1 or newer V3s).
It's done by tags, and in NND, you can either lock a tag, or leave it unlocked. You can have a total of 10 tags, and sometimes viewers could edit their own tags giving "Legendary -insert vocaloid here- master". If a person disagrees with that, you can remove the tag "Legendary master"; as is to my understanding.