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MusPaper: Track Seven

The MusPaper… Combining what you love about music with the joys of reading the newspaper!  


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Glad You Came AMV Mix

If you are wondering what an AMV is, it is a anime music video. I have created my own AMV for you to enjoy. I have taken a old popular song and combined it with some of my favorite anime. I hope you will watch the anime that is in the following video. The anime that the video contains is: Devil Is A Part-Timer: We have an extra clip at the end of the AMV. You can find a summary at our favorite anime page. Love, Chunibyo, and Other Delusions Hetalia Free A Certain Scientific Railgun All of these anime are action, romance, and/or comedy. I hope you will watch my AMV and enjoy!


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MusPaper: Track Six

The MusPaper… Combining what you love about music with the joys of reading the newspaper! Videographer: Mekkhi Gardner


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MusPaper: Track Five

The MusPaper… Combining what you love about music with the joys of reading the newspaper! Videographer: Mekkhi Gardner


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MusPaper: Track Four

The MusPaper… Combining what you love about music with the joys of reading the newspaper! Videographer: Mekkhi Gardner


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Just Japanese: Most Popular Vocaloids

A vocaloid is a singing voice synthesis made by Yamaha and a computer software. The software allows users to put melodies and lyrics in order to synthesize singing. In other words, with this technology, singing can be produced without a singer using fragments of voices recorded from actual singers called the Singer Library. They have created musical pieces and have released them on Nico Video and YouTube. With these releases, vocaloids became extremely popular. Also the UGC (self-produced content) grew at a fast pace. From there, CDs with vocaloid songs entered the top-seller lists and became popular songs for people to sing at karaoke, The software and music created from it have created a music culture in itself. Vocaloid technology has grown stronger and now few people can tell their voices are fake. Vocaloids became so popular that they found a way to turn them into holograms for concerts. (Paraphrased…


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MusPaper: Track Three

The MusPaper… Combining what you love about music with the joys of reading the newspaper! Videographer: Mekkhi Gardner


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MusPaper: Track Two

The MusPaper… Combining what you love about music with the joys of reading the newspaper! Videographer: Mekkhi Gardner


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MusPaper: Track One

Introducing the MusPaper… Combining what you love about music with the joys of reading the newspaper! Videographer: Mekkhi Gardner


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