Hey Moonies, it’s been a while, but The Me is back with some fun tidbits for you. We came across these gems in various corners of the internet.
Next is an interesting crossover:
In case you can’t identify her at first glace, that is Hatsune Miku, dressed up as Super Sailor Moon and yes, her Moon Kaleidoscope is actually a leek. And if her name still doesn’t ring any bells, she was the first release from Crypton using Yamaha’s Vocaloid2 singing synthesis software. Which explains her musical note motif and the 01 on her brooch. The significance of the leek is a much longer, non-Sailor Moon related story, but if you come ask me on the forums, I might just tell it to you!
But, the fun with the Vocaloids isn’t quite done yet. Last up is another Vocaloid, Kagamine Rin, singing and starring in the Sailor Moon OP: Moonlight Densetsu!
Rin’s twin brother Len is consigned to play Luna, and Miku and an older Vocaloid1 character, Meiko play Ami and Rei.
Whatever you do, though, do NOT watch the version of Miku singing Moonlight Densetsu that shows up under the related videos. While Rin’s rendition is very good and a nice example of the music you can make with the Vocaloid software, it is much, much easier to make things that are not so nice. Don’t take that as a slight against Miku, though. In capable hands, she is a very good singer.