Posts Tagged ‘anime’

Miku No Hana (Higurashi No Naku Goro Ni Kai) 【初音ミク】

Wednesday, December 3rd, 2008

Here’s Miku singing along with my attempt at playing “Naraku No Hana” (opening of “Higurashi No Naku Goro Ni Kai”) on my keyboard. I tried my hand at a little video-editing too. This was my first time using MikuMikuDance, so I decided to keep it simple. I still think I made it look weird. This is also my first widescreen video, and it was actually necessary.

A high-quality MP3 can be downloaded from here.

I played the music on my keyboard and had my computer recording both the audio (line out) and notes (MIDI out). Then I imported the recorded MIDI into Vocaloid2, removing the chords (keeping only the melody), changed a few things, and made Miku sing the lyrics. This way, I can play anything at all and Miku will always stay in sync without me having to tediously sync her notes.

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Anime-Style Voice Mod for GTA-SA

Friday, April 25th, 2008

Because the related post is back a page or so now, I’m just making a new post to show this. It’s shown in that Reimu-trying-out-Hax-Sign-in-GTA video.

I’m making the voice mod be available for download, even though it’s not complete. But if you’re using anime-style character mods, it sure beats the default ‘CJ’ sounds. ;P (Although they’re not hard to beat). Please read included ‘Info.txt’ for a lot of info about the mod.

Here’s the link.
(5.55 MB, sorry for slow download speed.)

Interact Face

Sunday, February 3rd, 2008

Well, it’s been on my site for years, but I’m going to post it on my blog, since this is a nicer-looking place than the rest of my cheap site. =P

This is a little web page I made where you can sort of customize a little “anime-style” face. You change the eyes, eyebrows and mouth. And you don’t need Flash.

Interact Face little screenshot

Well, there’s a little example. It’s pretty basic, but I think it’s more interesting on the actual page (which the image links to). If you want to save the image of the face, you’ll need to press Print-Screen and paste it into Paint.

Note that it doesn’t work on Internet Explorer 6, because the browser doesn’t bother to pay attention to the fact that the images are transparent. <_< It does work with IE 7, all versions of Firefox, and even the PSP’s web browser! (As long as Javascript’s enabled – although it is very slow with the PSP).