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Virtual idol Hatsune Miku celebrating her birthday

August 31 is considered to be the date of birth of the virtual idol of him Vocaloid, Hatsune Mikubecause on August 31, 2007 the voice pack was released for the first time in Japan at Crypton Future Media. Hatsune Miku It is a voice software, and its anthropomorphic representation, which is a 16-year-old girl with long turquoise pigtails, has become a virtual idol representing the Japanese otaku culture, offering live concerts through projections on the scenery.

Numerous official Twitter accounts shared illustrations to celebrate the occasion. The video game Project Sekai feat. Hatsune Miku shared a vision that “KEI (@keigarou)“; and Spiritualfigure maker, as well as a special commemorative performance.

The character’s name comes from a fusion of the Japanese words for “first” (初, hatu), “sound” (音, n) and “future” (ミク, miku), meaning “the first sound of the future”, referring to its position as the first of the “.Character Voice Series“of Crypton Future Media. Hatsune Miku It was the first Vocaloid developed by Crypton Future Media after handling Yamaha’s vocal release, Meiko Y Kate. Miku was meant to be the first in a series of Vocaloids called “Character Voice Series”, including Kagamine Rin/Len Y megurine luka. Each had a distinct vocal concept and direction.

Crypton released Hatsune Miku on August 31, 2007, with the idea of ​​releasing Miku as “android diva in a near future world where songs are lost“. Hatsune Miku released for Vocaloid 3 on August 31, 2013, including an English voice library. It was the first Vocaloid developed by the company, after those who developed Yamaha CorporationMeiko“Y”Kate“, making it the third Vocaloid to be sold commercially by the company.

More fans shared illustrations to celebrate the event, along with the hashtag #初音ミク誕生祭2022.

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