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Ki/oon Music Inc.Edit

PIKOEdit

(ピコ; PIKO)
Voice provider PIKO2
250px UtatanePiko mascot
About: He is a Japanese male singer and the voice provider for the VOCALOID2 Utatane Piko.

He was born in Hyogo Prefecture, Japan. His earliest known involvement with music was as an amateur vocalist when he was a high school student, and with his mother's advice, Piko posted a VOCALOID fandub song on Niconico and the song received fame. In September 2009, he made his debut as an independent singer, and this led to his contract with Ki/oon Records, a subsidiary company of Sony Music Entertainment Inc. in March, 2010. His artist name, Piko, is the namesake of a pet dog he had.

Trivia:
  • In Japan, he is known as 両声類 Ryouseirui, an artificial word from the word of the same pronunciation 両生類 (amphibian) and meaning "both-vocals-species". This is because he has the ability of producing both masculine and feminine vocal tones.
  • His logo is ピω゚コ, where the katakana ピコ (Piko) are included. His logo is similar to Sekihan's.
  • PIKO often uses a hand-drawn mouse named Pikochu, with the following face as his trademark image, ピω゚コ. This mouse can be seen as a representation of PIKO in several of his Niconico song covers. He has many plush toys, puppets, and oversized pillows in the likeness of his trademark mascot.
  • The official English romanization is "PIKO", as stated in an entry in his blog.
  • In a Namahousou on December 18, 2010, he said his favourite anime characters is K-ON!'s Hirasawa Ui.
  • He is often known for singing with Sekihan and various other Nico Nico singers.
  • Sekihan and Piko occasionally add comedy into their covers.
  • Piko has 7 major singles; Story, Wasurenagusa, Sakurane, Yumehana, Emiiro Refrain and Make My Day, and Gennoha.
  • He has released three albums so far as an signed artist (Infinity (Sep 9, 2009), 1PIKO (May 11, 2011) and 2PIKO (May 30, 2012)). He has also released cover albums and compilation albums as an utaite.
  • Piko is also a VOCALOID producer. As a VOCALOID producer, he goes by the name Chuutoro-P (ちゅうとろP), composed songs since December 21, 2012. His only works so far are "Seiya Bokumetsu Chouzetsu Suishou Dan" sung by GUMI and Miku and "Uta Catastrophe" sung by Miku.

Links: Wikipedia (ja) information
Nicovideo public Mylist
Piko-Piko official website
PikoPiko Goods official online shop
Piko-blo blog
ピコ (piko) twitter
(@piko_niconico)
YouTube pikoVEVO


MI7 Japan Inc.Edit

Haruna IkezawaEdit

(池澤 春菜; Ikezawa Haruna)
Voice provider Haruna Ikezawa
250px MacneNana2 mascot
About: She is a voice actress and the voice provider for the VOCALOID3 Macne Nana and the VOCALOID4 Macne Petit. She also gave her voice for the Macne Series Macne Nana, Nana Petit and Whisper☆Angel Sasayaki.

Born December 15, 1975 in Athens, Greece, but raised in Kanagawa Prefecture,[1] she is a member of the voice actress group "More Peach Summer Snow", alongside Chiwa Saitō, Mamiko Noto and Ryo Hirobashi (the group began as "More Peach Summer", with Haruna, Chiwa and Mamiko; also, all four women voiced characters in the anime "Sgt. Frog").She is best known for playing light-hearted or mysterious roles, such as Bakusō Kyōdai Let's & Go!! as Gō Seiba, Hamtaro as Haruna Hiroko (Roku-chan), and Sgt. Frog as Momoka Nishizawa, Coco Bandicoot in japanese dub in the games Crash Bandicoot: 2 Cortex Strikes Back, 3 Warped, Team Racing and Crash Bash.

Trivia: Haruna came up with the idea for the Macne Series back at 2009, pointing out in her regular column "天声姫語 Vox Reginae, Vox Dei" carried in the magazine Mac Fan by Mainichi Communications, that no voice synthesizers existed for the Macintosh operating system at that moment[2]

Links: Oscarpro Profile
Haluna77 blog


YAMAHAEdit

Miu SakamotoEdit

(坂本 美雨; Sakamoto Miu)
Voice provider Miu Sakamoto
250px Mew mascot
About: She is a Japanese Singer. She samples the voice for VOCALOID3 Mew.

She grew up in Tokyo until she was nine years old her parents decided to move to New York to continue their music careers. In 1997 she sang for Ryuich Sakamoto's "The never ending story". In 2006 she released an album called "Harmonious". She has a contract with Yamaha Music.

Trivia: Unknown

Links: Wikipedia Miu Sakamoto


Kou ShibasakiEdit

(柴咲 コウ; Shibasaki Kō)
Voice provider Kou Shibasaki
250px Galaco2 mascot
About: She is a singer and actress. She is also the voice of the VOCALOID3 galaco.

She was born in Toshima, Tokyo. She became famous outside Japan for her role in the 2000 film, Battle Royale, in which she portrayed the insane, ruthless Mitsuko Souma; her acting career took off with this movie and also raised her international profile particularly in East Asia. Shibasaki also won acclaim for her role in 2001 film, Go, which earned her several awards, among which the Best Supporting Actress Award of Japanese Academy, the Hōchi Movie Award, the Kinema Junpō Award.

Trivia: Unknown

Links: Unknown


MinorunEdit

(みのルン; Minorun)
Voice provider Minorun
250px Yuu mascot
About: He is a Japanese singer and the voice provider for the VOCALOID3 YUU, one of three voices featured in ZOLA PROJECT.

In order to find the perfect voice providers for ZOLA PROJECT, YAMAHA selected over 40 candidates in their teens and twenties to record temporary voicebanks in order to test for the best quality. From those forty YAMAHA selected three to undergo half of a year of training to read "incantations" from which the phonemes would be selected.
In early 2015, Minorun retired from the ZOLA group. This was because his physical condition would not allow him to perform his best, however, he would still be active and continue his status as YUU's voice provider.[3]

Trivia:
  • He lives in Saitama Prefecture, Japan.
  • He is a Gemini.
  • His blood type is listed as B.
  • He was the oldest member of ZOLA PROJECT.

Links: ZOLA lab- profile

minorun_0617- twitter
mi77no- blog


NANOX.Edit

(なのっくす。; NANOX.)
Voice provider NANOX
250px Kyo mascot
About: He is a Japanese singer and the voice provider for the VOCALOID3 KYO, one of three voices featured in ZOLA PROJECT.

In order to find the perfect voice providers for ZOLA PROJECT, YAMAHA selected over 40 candidates in their teens and twenties to record temporary voicebanks in order to test for the best quality. From those forty YAMAHA selected three to undergo half of a year of training to read "incantations" from which the phonemes would be selected.

Trivia:
  • He lives in Tokyo.
  • He is an Aquarius.
  • His blood type is listed as B.
  • He is the youngest member of ZOLA PROJECT.

Links: ZOLA lab- profile

you-nanox0125- twitter
you-nanox0125- blog


MauiEdit

(まうい; Maui)
Voice provider Maui
250px Wil mascot
About: He is a Japanese singer and the voice provider for the VOCALOID3 WIL, one of three voices featured in ZOLA PROJECT.

In order to find the perfect voice providers for ZOLA PROJECT, YAMAHA selected over 40 candidates in their teens and twenties to record temporary voicebanks in order to test for the best quality. From those forty YAMAHA selected three to undergo half of a year of training to read "incantations" from which the phonemes would be selected.

Trivia:
  • He lives in the Philippines.
  • He is a Capricorn.
  • His blood type is listed as A.

Links: ZOLA lab- profile

Maui0111- twitter
natsu-mikan0710- blog


Jenny ShimaEdit

Jenny Shima
Voice provider Jenny Shima2
300px CyberDiva mascot
About: She is an American singer, theatre actress, and model who resides in Japan. She claims to have provided the voice samples for the English capable VOCALOID4, CYBER DIVA.

She is bilingual in both English and Japanese and she was in certain musical productions, such as Disney's "The Little Mermaid".

Trivia: Unknown

Links: Website
Instagram
Facebook
YouTube

Sachiko KobayashiEdit

(小林 幸子; Kobayashi Sachiko)
Sachiko kobayashi
Sachiko
About: She is a famous enka singer and occasional voice actress. She is the voice provider of the VOCALOID4, Sachiko.

She was born in Niigata on December 5th, 1953 and became the champion of "Uta Mane Tokuhon (歌まね読本)". She was scouted by Masao Koga and made her debut in 1964. In 1979, her song, Omoide Sake (おもいで酒), became the best seller of the year. Since then, she was considered to be one of the best enka singers of Japan.

Trivia: Unknown

Links: Wikipedia


OH-SEEdit

(大勢待桂一; Oosemachi Keiichi)
Kano akira vp
Alsmagna alsloid akira
About: He is widely recognized under his persona of the character "Kano Akira" in the dance unit ARSMAGNA (アルスマグナ), which is directly related to the cosplay group Chronos Senior High School (私立九瓏ノ主学園). He also participates in the dance and vocal unit, Dengeki Qomolangma Tai (電撃チョモランマ隊) as a dancer and lead vocalist, as well as participated within the unit AUЯA. [4][5]
Trivia: Unknown

Links: DQT_OHSE - twitter


Asuka KakumotoEdit

(角元明日香; Kakumoto Asuka)
Unitychan kakumoto
Chara akaza unity
About: She is a voice actress and the voice provider of Otori Kohaku and AKAZA, two mascots for the same VOCALOID4 voicebank.

She was born in 1992 in the Saitama Prefecture. She is best known for her role in Idolm@ster Million Live! as Shimabara Elena.

Trivia: Unknown

Links: Wikipedia (ja)


Satoshi FukaseEdit

(深瀬慧; Fukase Satoshi)
Satoshi fukase
Txtlessfukase
About: He is the lead vocalist of the band Sekai no Owari and the voice provider for the VOCALOID4, Fukase.
Trivia: Unknown

Links: fromsekaowa - twitter
fukase_sekainoowari - Instagram


We've Inc.Edit

Ai KakumaEdit

(加隈亜衣; Kakuma Ai)
Voice provider Ai Kakuma
250px Rana mascot
About: She is a voice actress and the voice provider for the VOCALOID3, Rana.

She was born on September 9th, 1988 in Fukuoka, Japan. She is known for her roles in Majokko shimai no Yoyo to Nene, Genshiken Nidaime, and Selector Infected WIXOSS.

Trivia: Both Ai Kakuma and Rana share the same birthday (September 9th).

Links: wikipedia(ja) information
mausu profile
加隈亜衣(かくまあい) twitter
(@aimausu)

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