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Thursday, March 15, 2012

Namco Taiko Blog (15 March 2012)- Hatsune Miku no Shoushitsu

It had to happen someday. First Danba Danba Din Dan, then Red and Blue Rose, and now the final 10th anniversary collaboration song is in the spotlight, featuring Japan's first cyber-idol.

...And the producer of her song, Hatsune Miku no Shoushitsu -Gekijouban-, who is cosmoP, famous for turning Vocaloids into unhumanly rapid singing machines.

The original Shoushitsu, which is very different from the version used in Taiko

According to cosmoP in the short comment interview, it wasn't just the American inspiration that spurned the creation of Gekijouban. He was at a loss for making an original song for Taiko and wanted his most iconic song to be in the series. However, apparently the original Shoushitsu was considered too long and too fast for Taiko even if cut down to size, and so cosmoP decided to scale it down, like anyone would for an anime/TV sized version of a song, and so 'Gekijouban' was born. The song was meant to have a mixture of 1/4 and 1/3 beats to confuse and challenge players.

cosmoP plays Taiko too, and liked Wada Inu ad the Takoyaki characters (odd choice, but okay).

And that's all the 10th anniversary songs. Wonder what they'll feature in the future?

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