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An updated lijst of all the Vocaloid release dates, I'll try to update as new ones come out.

Vocaloid 1

Leon - January 15, 2004

Lola - January 15, 2004

Miriam - July 1, 2004

Meiko - November 5, 2004

Kaito - February 17, 2006

Vocaloid 2

Sweet Ann - June 29, 2007

Miku Hatsune - August 31, 2007

Rin Kagamine - December 27, 2007

Len Kagamine - December 27, 2007

Prima - January 14, 2008

Gakupo Kamui - July 31, 2008

Luka Megurine - January 30, 2009

Gumi - June 26, 2009

Sonika - July 14, 2009

SF-A2 Miki - December 4, 2009

Yuki Kaai - December 4, 2009

Kiyoteru Hiyama - December 4, 2009

Big Al - December 22, 2009

Tonio -...
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So I'm writing this hopefully to help people who are newer to the fandom and don't really know all of the vocabulary a person may drop when talking about vocaloids. I'm going to try and include as many words as I can and make the definitions as clear as possible, please commentaar if there's a word you'd like to see on this lijst of needs a better definition ^^.

Vocaloid1 (V1)- refers to the first group of vocaloids to be released, using early, now primitive V1 technology (basically they don't sound as clear/realistic as vocaloids from later series) includes vocaloids such as LEON, LOLA, Miriam,...
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So u want to buy a vocaloid but don't know where to start? Well I'm hoping that door writing this I might be able to help some, there's a lot of confusion and options out there.

First, obviously figure out which vocaloid u want to buy. Remember to take into account how challenging they are to use (varies from vocaloid to vocaloid), any language barriers (If u don't know Japanese, don't buy a Japanese only vocaloid!) and what system requirements are needed to run the program (though this shouldn't be to much of an issue, check anyway). Also it might be worth it to look and see if there's...
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