Arrange of Ultraman: www.nicovideo.jp/watch/sm20691336
This is a ringing testament that some of the most talented people in the world are making memes. Think about how far ahead science would be if instead of making arranges of Ultraman, all the memers would study physics or something.
Second Touhou arrange by our resident shredder. Of ‘course, what started as a joke (re: Sakuya’s chest) is now pretty much canon thanks to the internet. We’ve gone off the rails in this crazy train. Initially I was against the meme, but y’all lobbied hard for it so here we are. Fandom giveth and fandom taketh, that’s what I always say. And now they’re a-givin’ this awesome arrange.
Sometimes people will send us songs with their own processed vocals. While they’re not synthesized, they produce results that fall in the same ballpark, so we’re accepting them from now on. This one features Elisile singing himself.
It’s like instead of building from the ground up, you are reverse-engineering it, obtaining your goal by substraction rather than addition. With vocoders and other vocal processing tools, you can achieve results that you wouldn’t be able to from Vocaloid/etc and that’s pretty cool.
Before he knew about Vocaloids, Kyle was doing his own electronic vocals. What he does is record himself speaking the lyrics into the mic, and then use a vocoder to automate and pitch the vocals in post-production. It produces a result not dissimilar to a vocal synthesizer, but with his voice instead of a Vocaloid/Utau/etc’s. Instead of forcing him to use a true synthesizer, we figured it’s best to let him abuse his vocoders as much as he wants. He then uses this tool with other synths to make rock/metal music.
Hello, there! I’m very excited to release my first VOCALOID EP. I truly hope you enjoy and that my future albums will be just as entertaining. Thank you!
True to the name and the headlining song, the EP is a musical delve into the tries of humanity and what we all face on our journeys, one way or another. Though each song does have a personal meaning to me, I think of my lyrics as more generally abstract, so whatever meaning you put to them is just as true as any I put to them.
This album is mostly me trying to make NATA sound cool with electronic music (and also with other Vocaloids)!
I went back to my old style which is mostly trance-y stuff although you may (or may not) hear a bit of of my new style with that 3/4 time signature and jazzy chords when you listen to these songs.
The lyrics on the other hand are a bit inspired from the other bigger project I’m working on which features Dex and Daina, so this album is like a side-story to the main story for that DexDaina album which I hope I can finish soon.
Anyway, I hope you enjoy this album!
Newly bundled: Drum & Bass & Vocaloid Four, Vocallective Sampler #1, 辻斬り注意報, Jashikiwarashi Sariel, Ultraman Abduction, Now That I Know