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1st Place Co., Ltd.Edit

LiaEdit

Lia
Voice provider Lia
250px Ia mascot
About: She is best known for singing "Tori no Uta", the theme for the visual novel Air. She is the voice provider for VOCALOID3 IA.

She was once a former member of I've Sound. She also did some Happy hardcore singing in her early career. She is known for doing several opening themes for Key's works, such as Air, Clannad: Tomoyo After - It's a Wonderful Life, Clannad: After Story and Angel Beats!.

Trivia: Unknown

Links: Wikipedia (en)
Lia's Cafe Official Website
Twitter


AH-Software Co. Ltd.Edit

Miki FurukawaEdit

(フルカワミキ / 古川 美季; Furukawa Miki)
Voice provider Miki Furukawa2
250px SFA2miki mascot
About: She is a singer-songwriter and the voice provider for the VOCALOID2 SF-A2 miki.

She was born in Aomori, Japan. She started her career as the vocalist and bass guitarist in the rock unit SUPERCAR. The unit disbanded in 2006 and she has been in solo career since then.

Trivia: Unknown

Links: Wikipedia (en)/(ja) information
Miki Furukawa official website
Sony Music page
Furukawa Miki blog
フルカワミキ (furukawamiki) twitter
(@furukawamiki)


Kiyoshi HiyamaEdit

(比山貴咏史; Hiyama Kiyoshi)
Voice provider Kiyoshi Hiyama
250px HiyamaKiyoteru mascot
About: He is a singer and the voice provider for the VOCALOID2 Hiyama Kiyoteru.

The name of this voice provider was undisclosed at the initial distribution of Kiyoteru. Yamaha gave a vague hint that the vocal was from "A talented professional singer who has been joining the development of VOCALOID." At this time Kiyoshi's name was going around among some fans.

Trivia:
  • On August 12, 2010, Kiyoshi disclosed in a Nicocast that he was the voice behind the VOCALOID Kiyoteru.
  • He also made one of VY1v3's demo songs.

Links: Official site (under construction)
Blog
Twitter


Kyounosuke YoshitateEdit

(佳館杏之助; Kyounosuke Yoshitate)
Voice provider Kyounosuke Yoshitate
250px NekomuraIroha mascot
About: He is a utaite/freelance singer and the voice provider for the VOCALOID2 Nekomura Iroha.

Initially, Kyounosuke's name was not revealed during Iroha's VOCALOID2 release. But, directly after Nekomura Iroha V4 was made available for purchase, AHS revealed on Twitter that Kyounsuke provided Iroha's voice.

Trivia:
  • Kyounosuke is a member of Bangetu Tei, along with Ayabe Fuyu.[1]

Links: Twitter
Facebook
Blog


Chihiro IshiguroEdit

(石黒 千尋; Ishiguro Chihiro)
Voice provider Chihiro Ishiguro
250px YuzukiYukari mascot
About: She is a voice actress and the voice provider for the VOCALOID3 Yuzuki Yukari, who is also a VOICEROID.

She was born in 1983 in Yubari. Her name was undisclosed at the initial distribution of Yukari. AHS made a brief announcement that Yukari's voice was from "a woman with mellow and clear vocal". It was not until at the first Yukari anniversary on December 22, 2012 that this voice provider disclosed herself in Nicocast.

Trivia: Unknown

Links: blog
Twitter
Wikipedia (jp) information


Satomi SatōEdit

(佐藤 聡美; Satō Satomi)
Voice provider Satomi Sato2
250px TohokuZunko mascot
About: She is a voice actress and voice provider from Sendai, Miyagi Prefecture of Japan for the VOCALOID3 Tohoku Zunko, who is also a VOICEROID.

She is best known for providing the voice for Ritsu Tainaka, a character from the Japanese anime music show "K-ON!" and Wendy Marvell in the Fairy Tail anime series.

Trivia: Unknown

Links: Wikipedia information


Crypton Future Media, Inc.Edit

Meiko HaigōEdit

(拝郷メイコ / 拝郷 芽衣子; Haigō Meiko)
Voice provider Meiko Haigo2
250px Meiko mascot
About: She is a professional singer and provided her voice for the VOCALOID1 MEIKO.

She was born in 1978 in Tokyo, Japan. At the age of 18 her unit Fragrance Balance received an award in an amateur music contest held by Yamaha. This event set her up with Yamaha, and she closed a contract in 2001. The contract expired in 2006 and she has been in solo career since then.

Trivia: Unknown

Links: Wikipedia (ja) information
ANN credits
Haigou Meiko official website
Haigou Meiko blog
拝郷メイコ (meikohaigou) twitter
(@meikohaigou)


Naoto FūgaEdit

(風雅なおと; Fūga Naoto)
Voice provider Naoto Fuuga
250px Kaito mascot
About: He is a professional male singer and the voice provider for the VOCALOID1 KAITO.

He started his career in the music industry as a music teacher after graduating from college, and then as a backing singer and anime song singer. He also worked as a dubbing voice actor in the animation film Cinderella by Walt Disney.
Little of his identity is disclosed so far, including his birth year and real name. The artist name Fūga Naoto is a word play from fuuga na oto (風雅な音), meaning "tasteful sound."

Trivia: Unknown

Links: Wikipedia (ja) information
ANN credits
Fuga-Naoto blog
風雅なおと (Naoto Fuga) twitter
(@fuganaoto)
Interviews


Saki FujitaEdit

(藤田 咲 / 藤田 咲子; Fujita Sakiko)
Voice provider Saki Fujita2
250px HatsuneMiku mascot
About: She is a voice actress and the voice provider for the VOCALOID2 Hatsune Miku.

She was born in 1984 in Tokyo, Japan. In 2003 she was awarded in the contest VS Audition 2003 by Pony Canyon which established her career as a voice actress. Since then, she has built her fame in the industry, providing her voice for many animes and computer games. She provided high quality voice samples for VOCALOID2 Hatsune Miku. She has become a veteran of Vocaloid and due to her familiarization of Vocaloid scripts, she herself stated she now reads Vocaloid script much faster then when she first did it.[2]

Hatsune Miku
VOCALOID2

Her soft and clear voice caught the attention of Crypton and they adopted Saki for their first VOCALOID2 product and third VOCALOID product overall, Miku. Crypton's actions created an instant hit, creating the widely-known VOCALOID trend. Saki Fujita provided a cute, high and clear voice for Hatsune Miku; a VOCALOID2 voicebank. Now Miku is widely recognized as the most famous and leading VOCALOID having appeared in concerts worldwide.

Learning English
VOCALOID3

Saki once again reprises her role for the Miku append voicebanks. She took on a new challenge in VOCALOID; providing English-based voice samples as Miku, for the English voicebank of Hatsune Miku. She learned English using an English learning program called "Engrish away!". "Engrish away!" aims to reduce the strength of a Japanese accent and is used by many Asian English learners worldwide. Due to problems with learning an American accent, she has been progressing slower in her voicebank than a native English speaker. Crypton claims her accent is clearer and more understandable than Yu Asakawa (Megurine Luka's voice provider).

Trivia: Her voice acting prowess would find herself voicing various characters for the browser game Kantai Collection.

Links: Wikipedia (en)/(ja) information
IMDB credits
Arts Vision profile
Saki-Ohana blog


Asami ShimodaEdit

(下田 麻美; Shimoda Asami)
Voice provider Asami Shimoda
250px KagamineRinLen mascot
About: She is a voice actress and was the voice provider for the VOCALOID2 Kagamine Rin/Len.

She was born in 1986 in Tottori, Japan. During high school, she developed her talent as a voice actress and received a scholarship for voice actress school. Her professional career started in 2005 when she provided her voice for Ami/Mami Futami in the arcade game THE IDOLM@STER. This product spread her fame in the industry, causing her to be contracted by Crypton to provide the voice for a new male/female vocaloid, following Saki Fujita's hiring as the voice for Hatsune Miku.

Trivia: Asami Shimoda 's Interview for the 6th anniversary of Kagamine Rin/Len

Links: Wikipedia (en)/(ja) information
IMDB credits
Arts Vision profile
Asapon-No Koya blog
あさぽん (asapon) twitter
(@shimoda_asami)


Yū AsakawaEdit

(浅川 悠; Asakawa Yuu)
Voice provider Yuu Asakawa3
250px MegurineLuka mascot
About: She is a voice actress and the voice provider for the VOCALOID2 Megurine Luka.

She was born in 1975 in Tokyo, Japan. The Luka project started in the early of 2007, preceding Hatsune Miku and Kagamine Rin/Len projects. Crypton had the idea of releasing Luka as their first Vocaloid2 product, but the schedules of Yu and the company did not meet one another, so Luka was distributed as the third Vocaloid of Crypton following Miku and Rin/Len.
Yu can speak competent English, which is the reason why Crypton used her voice for Luka.

Trivia: Yuu Asakawa's Report for the Magical Mirai Concert 2013 in English at Hatsune Miku Official YT Channel (Channel 39)

Links: Wikipedia (en)/(ja) information
IMBD credits
Arts Vision profile
Tacit blog
Yuu Asakawa twitter
(@Julia320)


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Nako EguchiEdit

(江口 菜子; Eguchi Nako)
Voice provider Eguchi Nako
250px AokiLapis mascot
About: Also known as Hinanata (ひななた), is the Japanese voice provider for the VOCALOID3 Aoki Lapis.

A voice recording competition was held to find the voice provider by uploading a song they think best suits her. This ended on the September 9, 2011. Nako won the contest.

Trivia: Unknown

Links: Unknown


Misaki KamataEdit

(鎌田美沙紀; Kamata Misaki)
Voice provider Misaki Kamata2
250px Merli mascot
About: She is the voice provider for the VOCALOID3 Merli.

A second voice recording competition was held to find the voice provider by uploading a song they think best suits her. There were a number of contestants chosen and soon narrowed down to two, resulting in Misaki and another contestant named Yuka, with Misaki being the finalist.

Trivia: Unknown

Links: 鎌田美沙紀 twitter
@kamata_misaki


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GACKTEdit

(神威 楽斗; Kamui Gakuto)
Voice provider GACKT2
250px CamuiGackpo mascot
About: He is a professional Japanese male singer and the voice provider for the VOCALOID3 Camui Gackpo/Gackpoid.

He was born in Okinawa, Japan. He is one of the Japanese leading rock music singers and has fans worldwide. Recently, he stretched his activity to the stage and now plays roles such as that of a shogun and samurai. The final design of Gackpoid is heavily influenced by many aspects of Gackt's own personality.

Gackt is no stranger to overseas and foreign performances. As he can speak English and Chinese, he has performed songs in those languages too. He also has been in one Hollywood film, Bunraku, as the role of Yoshi.

In the year 2009, Gackt placed a contest for GACKPOID users to 'challenge' their capabilities.Later the winning song along with the runners-up song would then be added into Gackt's next 39th album.

The winning song was "Episode.0", by mathru/KanimisoP ;along with "Paranoid Doll" by NatsuP were chosen and will be sung by Gackt and featured in his next album "Episode.0". (For detailed information of the song contest view the 'Song Competition' article under "Camui Gackpo".)

Trivia: Unknown

Links: Wikipedia (en)/(ja) information
IMDB credits
DEARS official website
MySpace Gackt
GACKT twitter
(@GACKT)
神威楽斗 -GACKT- twitter
(@GacktBot)


Megumi NakajimaEdit

(中島 愛; Nakajima Megumi)
Voice provider Megumi Nakajima
250px Gumi mascot
About: She is a Filipino-Japanese[3] female voice actress, singer and the voice provider for the VOCALOID2 GUMI/Megpoid.

She was born in 1989 in Ibaraki, Japan. In 2007 she was chosen out of 5,000 applicants for the voice actress role of Ranka Lee (蘭花 李), the heroine of the TV anime Macross Frontier and started her musical career in 2008. A notable song of the anime Seikan Hikou (星間飛行, Interstellar Flight), sung by Megumi herself, entered the charts at number 5 that year.

Trivia: Unknown

Links: Wikipedia (en)/(zh) information
IMBD credits
Nakajima Megumi official website
Nakajima Megumi blog
Mameguchi official YouTube channel


Yuri MasudaEdit

(益田 祐里; Masuda Yuri)
Voice provider Yuri Masuda2
250px Lily mascot
About: She is a Japanese female singer who is the voice provider for the VOCALOID2 Lily.

She was born in 1977 in Kumamoto. Her artist name is Yuri (ユリ) and She is a vocalist of the unit m.o.v.e (en)/(ja). This band is famous for the Opening and Closing songs from the anime Initial D.

Trivia: Unknown

Links: Yuri (ja)
J!-ENT Celebrity File m.o.v.e (en)

Electropica m.o.v.e official website


Kuniko AmemiyaEdit

(邦子雨宮; Amemiya Kuniko)
Voice provider Kuniko Amemiya
250px Ryuto mascot
About: She is a voice actress and the voice of Ryuto/Gachapoid and also the voice of the baby dinosaur, Gachapin of a child's TV show.
Trivia: Unknown

Links: Wikipedia Gachapin


Eri KitamuraEdit

(喜多村 英梨; Kitamura Eri)
Voice provider Eri Kitamura2
250px Cul mascot
About: She is an actress and singer, who was born in Tokyo, Japan. She is also known to be an amateur manga artist in her spare time. She is the voice provider for VOCALO Revolution's CUL, a mascot that was previously vocalized by the VOCALOID2 VY1, a feminine-like voicebank.
Trivia: Unknown

Links: Wikipedia (en)/(ja) information
IMDB credits
EarlyWing

profile
フルカワミキ (喜多村英梨) twitter
(@KITAxERI)


Chiaki ItoEdit

(伊藤千晃 Itou Chiaki)
Voice provider Chiaki Ito
250px Chika mascot
About: She is a singer, an actress, a model, and a dancer. She is also the voice of the VOCALOID3 Chika.

She was born in Aichi, Japan on January 10th, 1987. She was known for her singing and dancing career as a member of the Japanese co-ed band, AAA.

Trivia:
  • She enjoys numerous types of activities, such as collecting perfume or playing sports.
  • She loves animals
  • Her favorite school subject was music and her least favorite was languages
  • She has two Long-haired Chihuahuas named Jin and Hime. It is said that their names were given by a fortune-teller.
  • Chika's design was inspired the outfit Chiaki wore during AAA's 5th Anniversary LIVE in 2010

Links: 伊藤千晃(AAA) twitter
(@chiaki_AAA)
Blog


Aimi TanakaEdit

(田中あいみ; Tanaka Aimi)
Aimi Tanaka
Una Sugar Spicy
About: She is a voice actress. She is also the voice of the VOCALOID4 Otomachi Una.


She was born in Tokyo, Japan on April 28, 1992. She is most known for her role as Umaru Doma from Himouto! Umaru-chan.

Trivia: Unknown

Links: Wikipedia (en)/(ja) information
81 Produce profile
田中あいみ twitter
(@kanataimi)


ReferencesEdit

  1. Bangetu Tei Website
  2. [1]
  3. Bunka Extend

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