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The Big Alliance Physical Edition Preorders Close Friday, December 6th

The Big Alliance is a compilation album celebrating the 10th anniversary of the English VOCALOID “BIG AL”. It is a collaboration of 15 artists, 13 producers, and 3 tuners to create a 12-track album. It is scheduled to release digitally later this month on December 22nd with the physical edition shipping out around that date. The last date to preorder the physical CD is this coming Friday, December 6th. Physical preorders include a digital download on release date.

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CYBER-series Product Discontinuation & Relaunch of Vocaloid.com

Yamaha has big things planned for Vocaloid.com. Specifics have yet to be revealed but one of the few things announced was the promotional sale, and coming discontinuation of many of their Vocaloid4 products, including, but not limited to their Engloids CYBER DIVA, CYBER SONGMAN, Megpoid English, and all their respective Starter Packs.

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Viewster to Re-issue Omakase Miku Hatsune Vocaloid Box on Amazon

For those that missed it Omakase (Japanese for dish of chef’s choice) is Viewster’s defunct mystery box subscription service. After spending a lot on advertising, sponsoring various conventions the service was eventually canceled after experiencing slower than expected growth. Before it closed however it shipped out its final “Omakase” a Hatsune Miku themed Vocaloid Myster Box.

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PowerFX Pulls the Curtain, Presents Vocaloid 4 Ruby

Without much fanfare, not even a tweet on their official twitter, PowerFX has released Vocaloid 4. In a surprise turn of events on the official product listing and latest demo by VocaloidMaster (embedded below) there is no official character artwork. Instead, they feature a set of stage curtains being drawn and the text “Presenting Ruby”.

This strange release decision is likely related to the controversy previously covered in Behind the Scenes: PowerFX & Vocaloid 4 Ruby. With so much furor and pushback over the AnimeExpo reveal event’s character art PowerFX may have chosen to sidestep the controversy by not including anything whatsoever. Its unclear whether the software splash is similarly art-less as none of the Engloids.Info staff have purchased the product yet.