|NAME INTERPERTATION: キコ (Kiko; Chrysanthemum)|
コミ (Omi; honesty)
Her name is a mixture of the two words.
|GENDER||Female||VOICE RANGE||UNKNOWN||RELATED CHARACTERS||
Ritsu Namine (Idol)
Meera Constantine (her "Senpai")
|AGE||-14 (UTAU of the future)||GENRE||UNKNOWN||HOMEPAGE||UNKNOWN|
|chocolate-covered strawberry||CREATOR||Kikomi Velvateena|
|VOICE SOURCE||Kikomi Velvateena||PICTURE LINK LIST||[In progress of recreation.]|
|BIRTHDAY||January 27 (date unknown)||LIKES||ribbons, cats, strawberries, anything cute, coffee, food, the colour purple, etc.||MEDIA LIST||UNKNOWN|
January 27, 2011
|DISLIKES||Conflict, rudeness, alcohol, walnuts, etc.||SIGNATURE SONG||"Shut Up! Atama ni Kunndayo" [in progress]|
PERSONALITY: KiKOMi was originally created to be a childish companion for a mad scientist's young daughter, whom had a difficult time making friends in her primary school and often disrupted her father's work in his laboratory. Although, when KiKOMi was discovered to have singing abilities, she was preserved and sent back into the past (which is now current-day) to be re-awakened. KiKOMi eventually became a rather unsocial individual (with the exception of a few other UTAUloids), and kept to herself quite often. She is quick on her feet and has a very sensitive personality.
Hair color: Light Brown. Long Length with Small Ponytail.
Headgear: White Headset and Purple Ribbon.
Eye color: Teal.
Earphones: Basic White.
Dress: Purple tank hoodie with black skirt, black flats, and purple and black-stripped sleeves and knee-high socks.
Nationality/Race: Not Identified.
KiKOMi's voice is a bit more robotic compared to some UTAUloids. Her voicebank is a Romaji-character voicebank with Hiragana aliases, so this voicebank can be used with either character style. Her voice blends fairly well with almost all other UTAUloids, making duets/multi-voice songs easier to compose. Although, her voice blends better with higher-octave songs (above C4).
NOTE: HER VOICE IS BEST USED WITH THE g-10 FLAG. PLEASE USE WHEN AVAILABLE!
This voicebank should not be redistributed unless given permission by the author.