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Similar in nature to VOCALOID™ vocals "Ueki-loid" and "hide" he is an attempt to resurrect the voice of a deceased singer, though is the first to be offered as a public product instead of a private project.
According to his profile his favorite food is rice and he likes all genres of music.
"HAL-O-ROID" is a literal meaning meant to mean "Haruo droid", with "HAL-O" playing on the vowel sound of "uo" and the interchangeable nature of "l/r" in Japanese.
It is also a reference to the common use of "roid" or "loid" for "android" within vocal synthesizers, as made famous by the software "VOCALOID" (whose own name means "vocal and roid" and also a play on the interchangeable nature of "l/r").
His provider is renowned for his appearance on stage in a kimono, which was rarely seen for male singers, making him stand out. This has been carried over into the CeVIO avatar.
HAL-O-ROID was released October 20th, and is free to download. With no prior announcements made in regards to this upcoming vocal. His provider gained a lot of respect and a good reputation for his well treatment of his audience, and was known to treat them as "God". He believed that their word was correct and that a dissatisfied audience was to his own fault and not theirs. This gained him quite a following, and he became a national singer over time.
- An older and mature Japanese vocal that is capable of singing.
Media featuring HAL-O-ROIDEdit
TEICHIKU RECORDS: Takenobu Toshin (manipulation), ARISA (chorus), Takehiko Naito (mix, mastering), Caramin Steering Committee (video)
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TeichikuMusicChannel Mafu (lyrics and composition), Akira Miya (arrangement), fukuishi ryunosuke (CG Director), tegure kei (2D Animation Director)