Happy (slightly belated) 6th birthday, Aiko!

Aaaaand she’s here! Aiko’s RockLoud JP CVVC is released and downloadable on the left sidebar!

Many thanks to everyone who put up with my nonsense over releasing this voicebank and video. I couldn’t have kept my sanity done it without y’all.

The major voicebank details are in the second half of the video, but the basic rundown is she’s 4-pitch CVVC and works in presamp or with autoCVVC. Her oto.ini preutter/overlap are shorter than most CVVC banks, but that was done specifically because any longer and she couldn’t be easily used manually on UTAU-Synth.

I hope you enjoy using her! Even more CVVC (and VCCV) voicebanks to come in the future~

Anniversaries, Bi☣hazard and English CVVC Release!

Happy (belated) 5th birthday to Aiko, and happy (early) 5th anniversary to Project UTAU XYZ!

 I still have a few things in store for the rest of the week but I figured I might as well get all this done. Aiko’s CVVC English is officially released!

Also, CrusherP/Cien and I collaborated on another song and PV! It’s my first PV but I plan to make many more in the future as I get used to After Effects. Many thanks to CircusP for his amazing mastering job!

Remixes and Releases!

Seems I’ve neglected to post in a while again. I have 4 videos to share this time: 2 remixes, an UTAU demo and an UTAU voicebank release!

First up is a remix I did for CircusP’s new EP “Five” of his song “Amai Kotoba” (which happens to be one of my favorites by him)

I had a ton of fun with this remix. I’ve wanted to make a few chiptunes-y/fakebit things, and this was a good opportunity to practice.

You can purchase “Five” from CircusP’s bandcamp here!


Next up is an UTAU voicebank I’ve recorded from a friend. I got 3 recording volunteers from the UTK cosplay club, and so far he’s the only one to finish a voicebank! We plan to add VC for full CVVC and English supplements in the style of Hibanane Chiyoko. I’m REALLY pleased with how he came out and I think he’ll be a good, solid addition to the UTAU XYZ series.


I also made a parody version of “Breaking Point” for a compilation album themed around the delicious joke UTAU, Sekushi Beikon. The album is still being finalized, but I was able to post my song for a “late” April Fool’s day upload! The spoken samples are all from Epic Meal Time.


Last but certainly not least, I got to help out with Yue Nagareboshi’s release by making both art and a video! Nagareboshi Yue is an UTAU owned by Mario.MD (also goes by Yue) who was first released back in 2010. This release contains a monopitch CVVC voicebank based on Namine Ritsu EVE.