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This article in a nutshell states:
A fanmade will likely comply to one or more of the following types. These types were established during the Vocaloid 2 era and are still commonly used among the fandom. Notice, that the only official (title)loid is Vocaloid! Concept of loids was established from the fandom others are just done on a whim.  This page will list loid concepts under official companies for easier understanding.
What does Vocaloid mean?
As Vocaloid grew in popularity gradually the fandom responded by creating their own loids based on the concept of it. Though there are the few that branch out to create their own series title. The Vipperloid and Utauloid was the earliest concept for (title)loid within the fandom, though the preferred title for Utauloid is just UTAU.
What does Fanloid mean?
Fanloid (commonly abbreviated from Fanmade Vocaloid) is term used to describe fanmade characters that are inspired by YAMAHA's Vocal Synthesizer Tool VOCALOID, the developers who use the software often personify the voice bank, creating a character avatar. In the Japanese fandom, they are often referred to as a Vocaloid variant (亜種) / derivative (派生キャラ). An example of course would be characters not officially developed by Vocaloid companies and entirely made by fans.
It is unknown how Yamaha and associated companies feel about the brand name (Vocaloid) being used for fanon purposes. So for characters that do not have an original series name, using [[Fanmade Vocaloid]] or [[Fanloid]] will suffice.
Can I create my own (title)loid name?
Of course you can! However, it won't be added to this list, as it is an unknown concept personal to yourself. If the time comes that your concept is recognized by the community, then it is likely to end up here. What you can do after creating your series type is place it in the following category [[Category:Vocaloid Series type]]. That way, others can find it and read about it.
A term used to describe Vocaloids that are capable of singing in the English language, and/or Vocaloids that were created with the intention of singing in English. An example of a notable Engloid would be Sweet Ann.
Not all fans appreciate the word 'Engloid', as they feel it alienates official English Vocaloids from the software series. It is noticeable that most Vocaloid fans don't refer to Japanese Vocaloids in another name upon mentioning, making it seem as if English Vocaloids are a different entity, when they are they are spawned from the same software as their Japanese counterparts.
However, Zero-G has acknowledged this term and have also used it themselves, since most fans use the term affectionately. Within Japan, Vocaloids from outside of Japan are also commonly referred to as "International" or "Overseas" Vocaloids.
PowerFX Systems AB
A term created on a whim, used to describe Vocaloids developed by PowerFX.
A term used to describe Vocaloids created by the company PowerFX, whose Vocaloids have a monster themed appearance. An example of a notable Monsterloid would be Big Al, whose design is an homage to Frankenstein's monster.
- Britloid / UKloid / Engloid
A term used to describe Vocaloids originating in the United Kingdom and capable of singing in the English language. The term largely applies to Vocaloids from the company Zero-G. An example of a notable Britloid would be Miriam.
- A term to describe Vocaloids that are capable of singing in an Opera-like manner. An example of a notable Operaloid would be Prima.
- Zeroloid / Zerodroido
A term created on a whim, used to describe Vocaloids developed by Zero Hackerz [Modified Vocaloid Software To Change Voicebanks]
- Spanishloid / Espanoloids / Espanloid
A term used to describe Vocaloids created by the developed by Voctro Labs.
- J-loid / Japaloid / Japanloid / Nihonloid
- A term used to describe Vocaloids that are capable of singing in the Japanese language and/or Vocaloids that were created with the intention of singing in Japanese. An example of a notable J-loid would be Hatsune Miku.
In contrast to the term "Engloid", some Vocaloid fans call the Japanese Vocaloid "Japloids", however, while it is acceptable to call English Vocaloids "Engloids", it is not highly acceptable to refer to Japanese Vocaloids as "Japloids". The reason given is because "Jap" is considered an offensive slur.
It is very rare that Japanese Vocaloids are given or referred to in a term besides the language they were programed in.
is place loids
- AH-loid / AHSloid
A term used to describe Vocaloids created by the company AH-Software. Example of a notable AHloid would be SF-A2 miki.
- B-Platsloid / VYloid
A term created on a whim, used to describe Vocaloids developed by Bplats.
Crypton Future Media
A term created on a whim, used to describe Vocaloids developed by Crypton.
A term created on a whim, used to describe Vocaloids developed by Internet Co.
A term created on a whim, used to describe Vocaloids developed by Ki/oon records or Sony.
- Koreanloid / Korealoid / Kongloid / Kimchi-loid / Hongsiloid
A term created on a whim, used to describe Vocaloids that are capable of singing in the Korea language and/or Vocaloids that were created with the intention of singing in Korean. Example of a notable Korealoid would be SeeU.
- In Japanese, 防火ロイド or 防火LOID is a play on words. It literally means Fireproof-loid and has the same pronunciation as Vocaloid in Japanese. See this blog entry for detailed information Vocaloid Description. An example of a notable Boukaloid would be Akita Neru. The concept of an internet troll.
- Main article: Boukaloid
- Hagane Vocaloid
- A term used to describe fanmade characters that have a heavy metal theme. An example of a notable Hagane Vocaloid would be Hagane Miku.
- Main article: Hagane Vocaloid
- A term used to describe the act of getting a Vocaloid or UTAU to talk instead of sing.
- A term used to describe fanmade Vocaloids that are representations of failure to produce a pleasing result using the Vocaloid program. An example of a Voyakiloid would be Yowane Haku.
- Main article: Voyakiloid
- A term used to describe a mocking representation of fanmade characters that considered uncreative due to lack effort in creation, be it their design, voice, or name. An example of a notable Annoyloid would Kagami Kawaiine.
- Main article: Annoyloid
- A fan term used to describe fanmade characters that have a heavy metal theme. An example would be a character that is derived from an official Vocaloid and inspired by the Hagane Vocaloid typeH series.
- Human Vocaloid
- A term used to describe humans with singing ability that alter their recorded voice in a vocaloid-centric nature and also have Vocaloid-inspired avatars. Example of a notable Tonarine Sai. However, the term has never truly been given a title. Some suggestions have been: Humanloid, Autoloid.
- Main article: Human Vocaloid
- A term used to describe Original Characters that are Vocaloid. Also know as 'Original Vocaloids' or 'Vocaloid Originals'.
- A term used to describe a fanmade character whose voice is a pitched-up/pitched-down version of another known Vocaloid (or UTAU) voicebank by use of a third party audio program. It is also used when describing characters with a pitched voices that were done so by configuration of the Vocaloid or UTAU program.
- A term used to describe a branch of fanmade characters that are robotic and have vocals that are metallic and sing with noticeably distorted music. An example of notable Roboloids would be characters inspired by the creation of Tetsune Rena, a Varocaloid.
- A term that has not been defined, it is sometimes used for a series of Vocaloids that have no distinctive title. It has been largely interpreted as being "Anti-Vocaloid", meaning unofficial Vocaloids against official Vocaloids.
- Many say Yamine Aku is a villainous Miku and anti-Miku, but her backstory does not make such mentions.
- Yandeloid / Yandereloid / Yandere Vocaloid
- A term used to describe fanmade characters that are prone to violent or disturbing actions. Such as having an possessive or obsessive personality, they are usually armed with weaponry. An example of a notable Yandereloid would be Juon Kiku.
- Main article: Yandeloid
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