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Kaito was considered "a commercial failure" when he was first released and few had any interest in him previously. At the time, Vocaloid was advertised mostly in magazines for Desktop Musicians, and the DTM community at the time was 80% male. Crypton's CEO assumed that few people in the community would want to buy a male voice. Upon release, Kaito sold only 500 units in his first year, in which he needed to sell 1,000+ units to be counted as "successful" commercially. After his success, 100 units were sold in January 2008; this amount began to rise rapidly. By 18 June 2008, Kaito sold an additional 1,000 units, this was twice as much as his initial sales. This shocked the Vocaloid developers at Crypton Future Media, who were surprised by the sudden interest in older Vocaloid software.
Unlike Kaito, Kaito V3 was very well received upon release. In April 2013, Crypton updated their music software sales page and the data showed that Kaito V3 was the best selling product in March of that year. He managed to surpass Meiko V3 in sales and in August 2014, was in third place while she remained in sixth; first and second place were held by Hatsune Miku V3 and Hatsune Miku V3 Complete respectively.
KAITO V3 comes in an all-in-one package for your own music production of KAITO songs! The product contains 3 Japanese voice banks with various voice tones and moods of KAITO, the additional English singing voice bank, vocal editor Piapro Studio and the music production software Studio One Artist Piapro Edition coming with over 200 virtual instruments ( guitar, piano, drums, and various other synthesizers ) . All applications can be synched with each other which enables you to easily produce whole musical compositions!
With Studio One Artist, you can not only create rhythms and melodies, but also add all kinds of effects on the voice! The software's intuitive operation interface allows easy editing, mixing and mastering of your musical creations.
The illustration was done by Takashi Kawasaki. Crypton did not set his character and profile except for his package design. Like MEIKO, he was not made with the aim of giving character or personality to vocal synthesis software. This was also emphasized during the development of the V3 vocal banks, with Wat stating how different the intention of the CV series was to the intention of KAITO and MEIKO. This led to the updates taking a totally different course of development in comparison to the Appends of Miku, Len, Rin and Luka.
KAITO's rise to fame is often considered a matter of luck, since KAITO was "a commercial failure" when he was first released. He sold only 500 units in his first year, in which he needed to sell 1,000+ units to be considered "successful". After this failure, 100 units were sold in Jan 2008; then this amount began to rise rapidly. By June 18, 2008, KAITO was reported to have now sold an additional 1,000 units, twice as much as his initial sales. This shocked the Vocaloid developers at Crypton Future Media, who were surprised by the sudden attraction to the old VOCALOID software.
Unlike KAITO, KAITO V3 was very well received upon release. Crypton updated their music software sales page with those of March 2013 in the following month and the presenting data that showed KAITO V3 was an all-time topper in sales. He managed to even surpass MEIKO V3 in sales and in August 2014, was in 3rd place while she remained in 6th; 1st and 2nd were held by Hatsune Miku V3 and Hatsune Miku V3 complete.
It was generally believed that the failure of KAITO's initial software was owed to the reader demographic of DTM magazine, of which 80% were male. It is suggested that this is why Meiko, being female, succeeded.
Later interest in KAITO arose and KAITO sold well enough to later claim the second best seller of the year in Nico Nico Market in 2008. From 2009 up until late 2011, he was in the top 10 best selling pieces of software from Crypton Future Media, often competing not only with VOCALOID2 era voicebanks, but on occasion outselling them.
KAITO's "Soft" Append was considered by Crypton as KAITO's most natural vocal and was described as requiring little editing to sound good. "Soft" had also left α and entered β now. It was confirmed by Wat that release would be unknown for sometime, but would continue to give out information as soon as possible on the developments of the software. Wat noted during development that "soft" was being adjusted in relation to "whisper". "Whisper" was also still being adjusted, as well as other data which needed to be adjusted in a hurry. According to Crypton, lowering the gender factor on KAITO's "Soft" Append renders it sounding like a female vocalist. Although it was cute, it was considered a blunder on their part. So they tried to remove as much as they could.
In early January 2013, adjustments to KAITO's voicebanks were completed and KAITO was set to be released mid-February 2013 as scheduled. DTM Magazine is due to run a series of tutorials on how to use KAITO V3 for beginners. The idea of the bundles being offered with KAITO V3 software is to give users everything they need in basic sound making. The reason why KAITO has 4 vocal libraries is to minimize the amount of troubles they would encounter with the pack. A special discount was offered to VOCALOID1 KAITO users, the price based on the difference between VOCALOID1 KAITO and the CV series price.