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双音 (Soune; Paired Sound) - Pertains to a formerly packaged voice together with Ria. They are not related to Taya Soune in any way. Put together, their name is a pun of the word "Rearrange." This partnership has since been disbanded.
Though the katakana spells "Renji", his name is officially written in Romaji as Renzi.
MODEL: Re:nG - (Stamped onto his left backhand.)
|GENDER||Male||VOICE RANGE||Unknown||RELATED CHARACTERS||Ria Soune (Re:Aloid, former unit partner)|
|HEIGHT||Unknown||VOICE SOURCE||Re:nG||PICTURE LINK LIST||CONCEPT ART, PIAPRO, PIXIV, DEVIANT ART, GELBOORU, GOOGLE IMAGE, PHOTOBUCKET|
|BIRTHDAY||Unknown||LIKES||Unknown||MEDIA LIST||NICO NICO DOUGA, YOUTUBE|
|RELEASE DATE||April 1, 2009||DISLIKES||Unknown||SIGNATURE SONG||Way|
|PERSONALITY: Cannot be determined due to lack of information, though some fanbased opinions portray him as easy going.|
Hair color: Short dark blue hair
Eye color: Dark blue to black
Earphones: Black back headset with yellow-green illumination
Dress: Dark brown sleeved shirt with yellowgreen zipper, pants with light brown shoes.
Accessories: A keytar, similar to what Len Kagamine wielded.
Nationality/Race: Presumably Japanese
Favorite phrase: Nondara hakuna, hakunara nomuna (飲んだら吐くな、吐くなら飲むな; If you drink, don't vomit; if you vomit, don't drink).
Re:nG, read as "renji", is one of the early producers of Vocaloid music. A singer in the name of Rito dubbed a song that was covered by Re:nG, and this led to the unit Re:A&Re:nG (read as "re-arrange"). On April 1, 2009, the unit released the voicebanks for UTAU. Re:nG and Re:A unit disbanded on December 6, 2009 and he has been in the solo carrier since then.
For the detail of this producer, visit Vocaloid wiki.
His voice comprises of Kana, so it must be converted into Romaji for western users.
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