UTAU Retrospective: A Decade of Singing Robots Panel @ Anime Los Angeles 2020

UTAU Retrospective: A Decade of Singing Robots Panel @ Anime Los Angeles 2020

Who: Engloids.info & UtaForum.net
Where: Anime Los Angeles, LP1 (Room 200AB) on 2nd Floor of Ontario Convention Center
What: UTAU Retrospective: A Decade of Singing Robots
When: Friday 1/10 @ 6:00pm-7:00pm
Why: Relive a decade of UTAU music videos. We will be giving away ribbons to attendees.

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Do you like singing robots? We will be celebrating 10 years of UTAU singing synthesizer in our #UTAUofthedecade retrospective at Anime Los Angeles 16 on January, 10, 2020 6PM-7PM Live Programming Room 1 (LP1 – Room 200AB) on the 2nd floor of the Ontario Convention Center.

UTAU is a Japanese singing synthesizer application created by Ameya/Ayame. This program is similar to the VOCALOID software, with the difference being it is shareware and anyone can create their own UTAUloid.

Our panelists will pitch songs from each year since UTAU’s release, tell you interesting factoids, viewership statistics, and emphatic pleas about why you should choose their song. Based on these pitches we will call for an audience vote and based on your feedback we will experience that music video together. Rinse and repeat every year until 2019.

Source: https://www.facebook.com/events/2568323030067149/

Participating will be a number of Engloids.Info & UtaForum staff. To all those attending, see you at ALA!

Can’t attend? Do you still want to contribute? Add your favorite UTAU songs of the decade to our Research Spreadsheet¬†and maybe one of our panelists will choose to pitch your song to our audience for our decade recap!

Views should probably not be the only metric. Cultural reasons, technical skill, language execution, global recognition, community influence, or just the fact something is a really good song, are all valid metrics for inclusion. In the end, the audience will decide what we listen to!

About The Author


I am part oldie, part newbie, and in many ways a walking contradiction. My interests include anime, manga, computers, and videogames. I am the voicer of OTAKUNE Weeabo, a moderator on UtaForum, and the Executive Editor of Engloids.Info.

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