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Otone Peke (乙音ペケ) is a Fanloid based off of Hatsune Miku. Her name "Peke" refers to being the shortest of height while her last name "Otone" means Sound of Sound.


History

Peke's creation was caused by a mistake Rio made in the Vocaloid2 engine in 2008. While they were using it, out of curiousity they set every voice configuration as high/low as it could go, which resulted in the voicebank being completely silent. This inspired Rio to create a sort of "subspecies" of Vocaloid called Otone Peke, motivated by that failure that made voicebanks completely silent.

She was widely recognized as a "Classic Fanloid" for a long time during the VOCALOID2 era, but she slowly began to lose popularity. That is, until a popular Talkloid channel on YouTube, Mellun, created a Talkloid video featuring Peke. As of September 2019, the video has over 100K views. The video was about Len Kagamine, Rin Kagamine and Piko Utatane attempting to find Peke a voice. This motivated many fans to "give Peke a voice".

Voice Settings

**This is her official Voice Configuration, confirmed by Benine Rio.**

Voice DYN BRE BRI CLE GEN OPE
Any Vocaloid -127 127 -127 -127 0 -127

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**This is a FAN-MADE Voice Configuration, it is not in any way official. It was created by Neru Akita.**

Voice BRE BRI CLE GEN OPE
CUL 0 75 30 30 0

Personality

According to her official site, Peke is described as a cheerful and optimistic girl. She always carries around a notebook to communicate with others.

Relations

Trivia

  • Despite being popular, only few understand the joke about Peke.
  • With some new fans, Peke may be one of the first Fanloids that they hear about because of her newfound regain in popularity in 2019 and notability as a Fanloid since 2008. Due to this, she is often mistaken as a VOCALOID.
  • Contrary to popular belief, Peke does not speak in wind. This is a reference to Mellun's Talkloid video featuring her, where every time Peke would "speak" to Len and Rin, only wind sound effects would be heard (signifying complete silence coming from Peke).
  • Many April Fools jokes included covers of Vocaloid songs with Peke, which are just instrumental versions of the song.
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