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The people listed on this page are those who were hired to provide the voices for a VOCALOID product.

Contents - Official VOCALOID Voice providers

ENGLISH

PowerFX Systems AB.JodyMichael KingFrank S.YOHIOMisha

Zero-G LimitedMiriam StockleyRachel

JAPANESE

1st Place Co., Ltd.Lia

AH-Software Co. Ltd.Miki FurukawaKiyoshi HiyamaKyounosuke YoshitateChihiro IshiguroSatomi Satō

Crypton Future Media, Inc.Meiko HaigōNaoto FūgaSaki FujitaAsami ShimodaYū Asakawa

i-Style ProjectNako EguchiMisaki Kamata

Internet Co., Ltd.GACKTMegumi NakajimaYuri MasudaKuniko AmemiyaEri KitamuraKou ShibasakiChiaki Ito

JAPANESE cont.

Ki/oon Music Inc.PIKO

MI7 Japan Inc.Haruna Ikezawa

YAMAHAMiu SakamotoKou ShibasakiMinorunNANOX.MauiJenny ShimaSachiko KobayashiOH-SE

We've Inc.Ai Kakuma

CHINESE

GYNOID Co., Ltd.Wang Wenyi

Shanghai He NianShan XinLiu SeiraQI InoryGui Shen Ren

KOREAN and Other companies

SBS A&T Co,. Ltd.Dahee Kim

SEGAYuka OotsuboAyaka Ohashi

Music AirportHitoshi Ueki

Vocaloid NextMiKA

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ENGLISHEdit

PowerFX Systems AB.Edit

JodyEdit

"Jody"
Filoyo
Sweet ANN
About: She is an Australian singer whose stage name is "Jody", she is the voice provider of VOCALOID2 Sweet ANN.[1]
Trivia:
  • Sweet ANN's codename is identified as "Jodie"
  • Speculations about the singers identity uses the spelling "Jodi".

Links: Unknown


Michael KingEdit

Michael King
Voice provider Michael King2
Ofclboxart pwrfx Big Al-old
About: He is an Elvis impersonator and was originally intended to be the voice provider for BIG AL.

When PowerFX felt the provided recordings weren't good enough they attempted to do another recording session with him, they found he was on tour and unable to return to do more recording. He was replaced with Frank S., however demos of his voice for beta Big-AL are still found on places such as Youtube.

Trivia:

Links: Elvis Michael King official website
On Tour with Elvis Youtube channel


Frank S.Edit

Frank S.
Filoyo
250px BigAl mascot
About: He was a former employee of PowerFX and the voice provider of VOCALOID2 BIG AL.
After Michael King was unable to help complete the original voice files for the voicebank. He is a native (US) English speaker who was born in Sydney, Australia.
Trivia: The identity of the voice provider was revealed during an interviewer about VOCALOID. However the Wikia is not allowed to provide further information.

Links: Unknown


YOHIOEdit

YOHIO
Voice provider YOHIO2
250px Yohioloid mascot
About: He is a Swedish born singer and the voice provider of VOCALOID3 YOHIOloid.

He was the guitarist of the Swedish rock group Seremedy. In 2012, he started a solo career in Japan with a hit song called SKY☆LiMiT He's known for being a part of the Visual Kei culture. He often sings in English, such as in Our Story.

Trivia: Unknown

Links: Wikipedia YOHIO
YOHIO twitter
(@YOHIO_DISREIGN)

MishaEdit

"Misha"
Misha vp
Ruby hq
About: Known by her online username, Misha is the voice provider of the English capable VOCALOID4, Ruby. She was previously known for voicing the UTAU, Makune Hachi and is an active fan in the VOCALOID community.
Trivia:
  • Misha assisted Artemi with the design choices of Ruby.

Links:

Zero-G LimitedEdit

Miriam StockleyEdit

Miriam Stockley
Voice provider Miriam Stockley
250px Miriam box
About: She is a British professional singer and the voice provider for the VOCALOID MIRIAM.

For nine years since VOCALOID1 before the third engine, she was Zero-G's only revealed voice provider. She was born in 1962 in Johannesburg, South African Republic and cut her recording at the age of 11. Then she moved to Britain in her late teens and worked as a backing singer for famous singers including Tina Turner, Freddie Mercury and George Michael. In 1999 Miriam started her solo career and moved to the United States in 2001.
According to Miriam, the reason why she lent her voice to VOCALOID was that she accepted that "you cannot fight progress".

Trivia: MIRIAM - Perfect day

Links: Wikipedia information
IMDB credits
Miriam Stockley official website
MySpace Miriam Stockley Music
Miriam Stockley twitter
(@miriamstockley)


RachelEdit

Rachel
Filoyo
250px Avanna mascot
About: She is an Irish singer, composer, musician and sound designer. She provided the voice for VOCALOID3 AVANNA.

When she's not working in her day job as a freelance sound designer and composer working primarily in the video game industry, she also performs with two Brighton-based bands.

Trivia: The identity of the voice provider was revealed on September 20, 2013 in an interview presented on the MikuStar website. However the Wikia is not allowed to provide further information.[2][3]

Links: Unknown

JAPANESEEdit

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.[4]

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.[5]

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 and animes.

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)


i-Style ProjectEdit

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


Internet Co., Ltd.Edit

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[6] 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:

JAPANESE cont.Edit

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:


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. 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,[7] 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.

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[8]

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.

Trivia:
  • He lives in Saitama Prefecture, Japan.
  • He is a Gemini.
  • His blood type is listed as B.
  • He is 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

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TBA

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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)

CHINESEEdit

GYNOID Co., Ltd.Edit

Wang WenyiEdit

(王文儀; Wáng Wényí)
Filoyo
250px XinHua mascot
About: Little information is known about her, however, it is known she is a Taiwanese voice acting apprentice. She was the voice provider of the Chinese capable VOCALOID, Xin Hua.
Trivia: Unknown

Links: Unknown


Shanghai He NianEdit

Shan XinEdit

(山新 / 王 宥霁; Wáng Yòujì)
Voice provider Shan Xin2
250px LuoTianyi mascot
About: She is a voice actress and the voice provider for the first Chinese capable VOCALOID3 Luo Tianyi.

She is known for her sweet, clear voice and skilled acting. She can speak both Chinese and Japanese. She has also done Japanese voice acting.

Trivia: Unknown

Links: Wikipedia (chn)
Weibo account
Blog


Liu SeiraEdit

(劉セイラ / 劉婧犖; 刘婧荦; Liú Jìngluò)
Voice provider Liu Seira
250px Yanhe mascot
About: She is a voice actress and the voice provider of the second Chinese capable VOCALOID3, YANHE.

As an utaite, she uses the names kkryu and Panda-shi (パンダ氏). She is a member of Aoni Production, a Japanese talent agency. She was born in 1985 in Beijing, China. She first started voice acting in high school for doujin games.

Trivia: She is known for voice acting in Chinese and Japanese.

Links: Wikipedia (ja)
Blog (zh)
Blog (ja)


QI InoryEdit

(梁蔓青 / 祈Inory; Liáng Mànqīng / Qí Inory)
Inory vocanese
250px YuezhengLing mascot
About: Roughly translated to "Princess Qi", she is the voice provider for the VOCALOID3, Yuezheng Ling. A voice recording competition was held to find the voice provider for her and QI Inory was the winning participant out of all 390 entries.

Her real name is Liang Manqing (梁蔓青; Liáng Mànqīng) and she was born on November 2nd, in Guangdong, China. She now lives in Beijing and she studied at the Communication University of China.
She is an online singer who has done many covers and dubs. Since her debut in 2006, she has been very active in making covers and performing live with people in the same field. Her most notable works are "Most Unusual National Wind" (最炫东方风) and "Memoria". She also sang many different songs for China Animations and Games, such as "Glimmer" (for "Nano-Core").

Trivia:
  • She is capable of singing in Japanese, as well as Mandarin and Cantonese, two Chinese dialects.
  • She is known for cosplaying.

Links: Baidu Encyclopedia (CHN)
Weibo

5SING account


Gui Shen RenEdit

(龟仙人; Guī Xiān Rén)
Gui shen ren
250px ZhanyinLorra mascot
About: Also known as "Turtle Mother" (龟娘; Guī Niáng), she is the voice provider for the VOCALOID3, Zhanyin Lorra. A voice recording competition was held to find the voice provider for her and Gui Shen Ren was the winning participant out of 4 entries.

She was born on April 1st, attended Xi'an Conservatory of Music and is from the Shanghai Huangpu District. She is an online singer, a radio host, and is one of the most famous online voice actresses. She participates in game explanations and walkthroughs and was also the voice actress for several characters from popular online video games. Her notable works are "故国", and "喵汪之歌".
Little of her identity is disclosed thus far, including her real name.

Trivia: During the recording process for Lorra, Gui Shen Ren's nose was bleeding profusely for unknown reasons. Due to this, she had no choice but to record while this was happening.[9]

Links: Weibo

Baidu Encyclopedia (CHN)

KOREAN and Other companiesEdit

SBS A&T Co., Ltd.Edit

Dahee KimEdit

(김다희; Kim Dahee)
Voice provider Dahee Kim2
250px SeeU mascot
About: She was a part of an idol group called GLAM produced by Big Hit Entertainment. She is the voice provider for the VOCALOID3 SeeU. However, Dahee's musical career was interrupted when she was detained for illegal activities in 2014,[10], she was was later given a 12 months prison sentence in January 2015 but then bailed out in March 2015.[11]

On their official YouTube channel, GLAM said their group name "GLAM" stands for "Girls Be Ambitious." The groups official debut is collaborated with Source Music.

Trivia: The romanization of Kim Dahee's name by the Western community has lead to much confusion. However, the problem was fixed when GLAM romanized her name as Dahee Kim on SBS-MTV's real music drama GLAM.

Links: YouTube GLAMofficialvideo
me2day GLAM_ME2
Facebook GLAM Facebook
Daum GLAM Daum videos
Daum Fan Cafe GLAM fan cafe
Twitter glam_twtr


SEGAEdit

Yuka ŌtsuboEdit

(大坪 由佳 Yuka Ōtsubo)
Voice Provider Yuka Ootsubo
250px MasaokaAzuki mascot
About: She is a Japanese female voice actress and singer and the voice provider for VOCALOID, Masaoka Azuki.

She was born in June 1993 in the Chiba Prefecture. She initially began her voice acting career in 2011 but later began her singing career by joining the band, SmileY Inc., with VOCALOID producer, Yuuyu-P in 2014.

Trivia: Unknown

Links: Wikipedia (en)

Ayaka OhashiEdit

(大橋 彩香 Ayaka Ohashi)
Project575VOCALOIDVP02
250px KobayashiMatcha mascot
About: She is a Japanese voice actress and singer and the voice provider for the VOCALOID, Kobayashi Matcha.

She was born in September 1994 in Urawa, Japan. She is best known for her role in Tesagure! Bukatsu-mono as Koharu Tanaka.

Trivia: Unknown

Links: Officia Website
Wikipedia (en)

Music AirportEdit

Hitoshi UekiEdit

TBA


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MiKAEdit

(近藤みか; Kondo Mika)
Voice provider MiKA
250px RingSuzune mascot
About: She is a singer and the voice provider for Ring Suzune.

Known by some as "The Voice of a Far-East Goddess", MiKA will be making her major solo debut as "Daisy x Daisy".[12] In May 2011 it was announced she would be the voice provider for the Vocaloid3 Ring Suzune, a character spawned from the "Everyone's Vocaloid project" (ボカロ計画 Vocalo-keikaku) contest which was held February 25 (Fri) - April 24.[13]

Blog entry
  • (May 28) - いよいよボーカロイドCV(*´∀`*) (Iyo Iyo Vocaloid CV)
  • (May 29) - みんなのボカロ計画(●´ω`●) (Everybody's Vocaloid program)
Trivia: Unknown

Links: DaisyxDaisy (ja) Official website
DaisyxDaisy (en) Official website
DaisyxDaisy MiKA blog
Daisy×Daisy MiKA twitter
(@DaisyxDaisy)

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