The Beauty of Vocaloids

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Status: In Progress  |  Genre: Fan Fiction  |  House: Booksie Classic
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A collection of short stories adapted from various Vocaloid songs. Please see the prologue for the author's notes and disclaimers.

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Notes & Disclaimers

Submitted: April 09, 2017

Just my thoughts and some disclaimers. Read Chapter

Synchronicity

Submitted: April 09, 2017

Adapted from Synchronicity by Hitoshizuku-P, Yama?, Suzunosuke, Kumagai, CAZ, VAVA and TSO

I originally uploaded this at Fanfiction.com sometime on December 2016 at 2am in the morning, and I had work at the lab later that morning. This was my first adaptation of a Vocaloid song which I originally wrote in order to better understand what the song was about. It was quite tough since at times, since Rin and Len sings similar yet opposite things at certain times. I hope I managed to do justice to the original source material, though I altered the ending to suit my personal preference of how the trilogy ended, instead of the more ambiguous original version. Read Chapter

Tattle-tale Classroom

Submitted: April 09, 2017

Adapted from Chururira Chururira Daddadda! by Kurage-P and Cherico.

Man this song's catchy, and Yukari-san looks amazing in the MV, especially those little smirks. I quickly realized that words alone won't be enough to install the mood/tone of the song, and as they say 'a picture is worth a thousand words', so I added emoticons (for the first time!), which ended becoming a major part of this work. I hope they're not too difficult to interpret. I tried to think of more 'guilty' things, but it's been awhile since leaving college and I've forgotten most of the sillier rules. Do let me know what you think of this style (good, ok, terrible, etc.) via review or PM, and thanks so much for reading! (^_^) Read Chapter

Little Parade

Submitted: August 02, 2017

This 670-worded piece is my interpretation of K-dash's Little Parade, featuring Hatsune Miku. This amazing song poetically explores (in the way Vocaloids do best) feelings of depression, suicidal thoughts, self-ridicule, and doubt, while maintaining an introspective focus using a vague narration of some sort of separation. Confused? Well, it was written at 4am so I apologize. Now enjoy! Read Chapter