With just 13 more days to the release of the Hatsune Miku V3 English Vocaloid software, Crypton Future Media has released a new promotional video of the software in action, this time featuring a demo song from Munich-based music producer Dan Corches (also known as Fid Rizz).

The new demo song is entitled Let The Music Speak. Take a listen below:

For comparison’s sake, here’s the first song demo that Crypton Future Media put out: Coming Together from Sapporo-based artiste BSC (also known as “kuni”)

Personally I feel that Dan Corches’s Let The Music Speak just sounds a little more natural, a little less like Engrish, than BSC’s Coming Together. What do you think?

With that said, in either case, I thought the results turned out to be quite well – a lot better than the English version of Tell Your World (I vastly prefer the Japanese version):

The Hatsune Miku V3 English Vocaloid software comes out on August 31, 2013. Now that the software officially supports English language entry, I’m certainly looking forward to seeing what Vocaloid producers outside of Japan (well, the ones within Japan, too) can do with Hatsune Miku V3 English.

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Via Crunchyroll News


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