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|A sample of a cover song by Hitori|
"Juu Mensou", composed by YM
Hitori (ひと里) is an utaite often thought to be a Rin voice, as most of her cover songs seem to be Rin songs.
In her cover of "Juu Mensou", she displays the ability to sing in very high, medium, and very deep yet still clearly feminine voices as well as showing off her abilities as a "ryouseirui", by also singing in a deep, masculine voice. In her cover of "Invisible", she has been shown to yell quite fiercely in a deep voice and also demonstrated her vocal flexibility by changing between her feminine and masculine sides easily.
This range allows her to do many different sorts of songs all on her own, a good example being her solo cover of "Hitobashira Alice" where she has prolifically performed the voice roles of MEIKO, KAITO, Hatsune Miku, Kagamine Rin and Len with ease. This cover is also her most popular one with over 930K views as of June 2013.
She is sometimes also shown as a white bird, as seen in her covers "Matryoshka" and "Juu Mensou". She also collaborates on "Voice Dramas" with other Utaite on VOCALOID story songs like "Yumemiru Kotori".
Affiliations and Collaboration ProjectsEdit
List of Covered SongsEdit
- Her first few covers were titled with "hitoribocchi de ..." which is Japanese for "...all by myself", hence her name.
- It's unknown if she went on hiatus or quit, since her last tweet was from November of last year and her blog has been deleted.