HearJapan Gives You Presents for Hatsune Miku's Day
Yokohama, Japan - March 9th, 2010 - Why is March 9th Hatsune Miku's day? Well in Japanese 3 (mi) + 9 (ku) = Miku! To celebrate another year of mesmerizing music from the world's premiere Vocaloid singing idol Hatsune Miku, HearJapan and Crypton Future Media are teaming up to bring you, yes YOU, a load of presents for Miku's day!
Well OK, there is a small catch. First you need to download a selection of 10 free Vocaloid samples from Hatsune Miku Treasure Hunt at HearJapan. No, really, they're all free! The only problem is that they seem to be missing their names. What you need to do is sift through the Vocaloid collection on HearJapan (that's over 150 releases!) by listening to the 30 second samples and figure out the names of all 10 songs. The songs are a selection of both new and old tunes, possibly even the newest AVTechNO! “Free” and Reng “Next-One -Krnt Edit- “ releases. Ten lucky winners will be randomly picked from the correct answers.
Oh, the gifts!
The 1st Place winner will receive a Hatsune Miku Nendoriod Figure (courtesy of Good Smile), complete with several expressions and even a leek to spin, a Hatsune Miku calendar and 5,000 yen in HearJapan credits.
2nd, 3rd and 4th place will get a figure of their choice from Kagamine Rin, Kagamine Len or Megurine Luka, plus 2000 yen in HearJapan credit.
5th through 8th will get a calender plus 1000 yen in HearJapan credit
9th and 10th will get 500 yen in HearJapan credit.
So hurry up and get the 10 free samples through the link below and start tracking down those songs!
Hatsune Miku Treasure Hunt Contest:
AVTechNO! - Free
Re:nG - Next-One -KrnT edit-
All Vocaloid Albums:
HearJapan is the largest and fastest-growing place on the web to purchase Japanese music of all genres. Featuring over 2000 artist profiles in English with 40-second samples of all songs. Over 100 releases are added every week to the currently-available 20,000+ songs in the 100% DRM free catalog. HearJapan is a great place to find the hard to find and to explore the unexplored in the world of Japanese music.
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