The only professional VOCALOID music production company in the United States performing 3D CG concerts featuring VOCALOID characters.
After checking out this group’s history–see the list below: they do have a solid and genuine interest in Vocaloid and Cosplay Events, and doing live audience based shows. This performing group and producers of Vocaloid entertainment are already of interest to the worldwide fan base… are they of interest to you?
From Online Radio Interview: On Radio: “I have a whole team behind me who works just as hard & R just as passionate about the Vocaloids:”–@Tempo_P, http://youtu.be/ByNKFW4QoWg
☆ Vocalekt Visions is made up of team members with various skills, knowledge, and interests. The video above is about VLP Projects, a member of ☆ Vocalekt Visions interested in filming videos and producing innovative screen technology to show those films.
Background references for ☆ Vocalekt Visions
This is just a background search for ☆ Vocalekt Visions done by this website (Gharr) to make sure you feel comfortable with this group–NeutrinoP (a member of ☆ Vocalekt Visions and co-founder) is a Vocaloid video producer that’s well-known to Gharr as many of his videos are featured here.
Quote from Kickstarter Vocalekt Visions had recently (2013):
Tempo-P and NeutrinoP started Vocalekt Visions in 2011. Since then, Vocalekt Visions started spreading their network to join in team members from all around the world. Together with partners, Vocalekt Visions have gone to different conventions to show Hatsune Miku the software, giving public speeches and hosting live Concert performances using their original Vocaloid/Hatsune Miku music.
Starting with J-pop Summit Festival 2011 in San Francisco CA, Vocalekt Visions has made their presence known in Vocaloid panels throughout the US.
Officially licensed by Crypton Future Media, and partnered with Internet.co and AHS, Co. Ltd. they are the only licensed professional Vocaloid concert production company in the United States.
Vocalekt Visions’ music is featured in fan-made video games, and fan-made movies and available at major Internet retailer outlets such as iTunes and Amazon. Recent contributions to the Vocaloid scene have made Vocalekt Visions a buzz topic among the English/Western Vocaloid fan base as well as the Japanese Vocaloid fan base. Major Vocaloid websites such as Vocaloidism and Hatsune Miku Miku have written articles about their recent activities.”
2) ☆ Vocalekt Visions FaceBook (via this page: http://www.kickstarter.com/profile/vocalektvisions accessed Jan 2013): https://www.facebook.com/VocalektVisions
SELECTED PARTS FROM FACBOOK
a) “Tempo-P and NeutrinoP started Vocalekt Visions in 2011. Since then, Vocalekt Visions started spreading their network to join in team members from all around the world. Together.” [ Source: https://www.facebook.com/VocalektVisions/posts/242275965857746 accessed Jan 2013 and is possibly the first post (February 14, 2012) made on the Vocalekt Visions FaceBook. ]
B) “Vocalekt Visions Official Logo:” http://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=366392260040762&set=a.366392256707429.91134.366337473379574&type=1
C) Close to 1 Hour Vocaloid and Cosplay Show: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uIpT1kRSmPo features Wolf Neve (the heavy metal singer–pictured–on linked video), Tempo-P, Re:VB (Major Partner in Video Production) & others: http://vocalektvisions.webege.com/Vocalekt_Visions/Contact.html
D) “Our music will be played in a Vocaloid Concert in Scotland 2013 alongside superstars like Ryo (Supercell), 40MP, Mitchi_M! What a complement! http://miku-uk.com/ Thank you Miku-UK!” — Tempo-P, https://www.facebook.com/VocalektVisions/posts/168981466563473
E) “We were writing history: VOCALOID officially for the very first time on Romanian stages! ♥ ” — Tempo-P, https://www.facebook.com/VocalektVisions/posts/446872302007466. This video shown in FaceBook is actually made by NeutrinoP also called Neutrino or Miki Branescu: “Life size GUMI and Miku at Otaku Festival 2012, Vocaloid Edition, Romania [shortened video–battery ran out]: http://youtu.be/7xOuOoF1Eno.”
F) “Vocalekt Visions rocked FanimeCon…”–Tempo-P, https://www.facebook.com/VocalektVisions/posts/144535725680991
G) A online radio interview on how Temo-P met NeutrinoP (Miki Branescu) and the “band” called “Vocalekt Visions” formed out of mutual interests: “Check out Tempo-P’s interview with Aki Glancy’s Radio Show… :” https://www.facebook.com/VocalektVisions/posts/311385255615957 and actual YouTube of interview: http://youtu.be/ByNKFW4QoWg. Please Note: “Vocalekt Visions” was later to become a “professional VOCALOID music production company in the United States performing 3D CG concerts featuring VOCALOID characters:” ref source accessed Jan 2013 — http://youtu.be/C2rgMeq8G2k.
H) Shinji is apparently also known as VLPProject (but seems to have gone under some other names as well as he probably experimented with how he wants to be thought of and seen by the world… including the name “39DIYMMDConcert” ). Quote using older name for Shinji “Our [Vocalekt Visions] very own 39DIYMMDConcert’s MMD LIVE Documentary. Go check it out! Awesome job Shinji!” — Temo-P faceBook: https://www.facebook.com/VocalektVisions/posts/262641100511863, MMD LIVE Documentary [Full Version]: http://youtu.be/eUswP7DABtw
I) [VOCALOID Concert] Vocalekt Visions [J-Pop Summit Festival 2012-08-25] Here Miku gets a present from one of the other Vocaloids at the end of the video–very funny 😀 https://www.facebook.com/VocalektVisions/posts/427819120608640, and the video: http://youtu.be/u7XuBt3unHs
J) Vocaloid Concert at NijiKon 2012 Romania [FaceBook]: https://www.facebook.com/VocalektVisions/posts/301629863285878, [YouTube]: http://youtu.be/QA_AepoDKSY
K) Vocalekt Visions at PMX 2012 [FaceBook]: https://www.facebook.com/VocalektVisions/posts/180755078729210, [YouTube]: http://youtu.be/TrDPjY-gVtc
Last edited in Mar 2013
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