|nikki ♫ (fascinates) wrote in ofurotaimu,|
@ 2010-04-22 09:18 am UTC
|Entry tags:||! vocaloid, @ producer spotlight, p: rerulili|
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Rerulili is a fairly new Vocaloid composer, his first song uploaded in Nico Nico Douga September 2009. His producer name, ToushahiP (in comparison to the company's products), came from his intro to his first work (Itsumo Yori Nakimushi na Sora) where he said it's the best ballad ...compared to other products.
It's hard to determine Rerulili's style, to be honest. He's not stuck to theme as pulot or has connecting melodies like HeavenzP. He has funk, jazz, pop and ballads (he said so himself, lol). The instrument melodies he uses are also very varied and real-sounding (I'm not sure if he really uses a band with some of his songs). What's more, he doesn't stick to one Vocaloid. He has used Miku, Luka and Len. What is distinct about his works is that he tunes his Vocaloids really well. I have to agree with him that his Miku song is one of the best ballads that I've heard, with Miku in perfect pitching. There's rarely a stray note in his tuning and his Vocaloids are all smooth-sounding which makes his wonderful compositions even more a pleasure to listen to.
Despite the fact that he has only uploaded three songs in Nico Nico Douga, he has more original works (in piapro and another site). He also sings his own songs and other people's songs. He has a good voice :3.
Songs uploaded in Nico Nico Douga
• Itsumo Yori Nakimushi na Sora (Miku) nicovideo | youtube | lyrics
• Nande? (Len) nicovideo | youtube
• Asa ga Kite (Miku) nicovideo |
Some of the songs he sung
• Itsumo Yori Nakimushi na Sora
• Starmine (original by Nem)
• Just Be Friends (acoustic) (original by Dixie Flatline)
I knew Rerulili from his fist song, Itsumo Yori Nakimushi na Sora, which I really, really love. There was a time of infinite looping for this song in my player LOL. However, my favorite Rerulili song is not that, but Dancing Danshi! (Dancing男子！) by Megurine Luka and Hatsune Miku, which appeared in EXIT TUNES PRESENTS Supernova. It's easily my favorite track in the CD (and I like almost all the songs in that CD!).