Due to my schedule being hard to deal with I was cutting it very very very very very close, but I made it. Happy birthday, MEIKO!

I originally wasn’t planning to make any more songs in Japanese after “Canterbury Bells for You” due to my lack of proficiency in the language, but I received a surprisingly good response to the lyrics in that song and decided I would give it another try. Many thanks to 上級者向けP (JoukyuushamukeP) for looking over the lyrics for me.

I wanted to make a song that was very MEIKO-like. “MEIKO-like” probably means a lot of different things to different people, and even in my own perspective there’s a lot of things I associate with her, but I put a lot of what I personally perceive as embodying her. As for what that is…well, I’ll let the song speak for itself.

In order to portray a MEIKO with a very strong and firm image, I asked drooliedoan to illustrate the video for me. Thank you very much.

In somewhat tangentially related discussion, I recently switched to Cubase as my main DAW. I’m still getting used to it, but I think my workflow and the resulting quality of my music should hopefully improve from here on out. This is also my first time using MEIKO’s V1 as a main vocal, so there were a lot of first times here.

Since I highly doubt I’ll be able to finish another one between now and the end of December, this will probably be the last Vocaloid song I put out for 2017. See you again on KAITO’s birthday in February!