According to various sources on the net, Crypton Future Media demonstrated several demos of their upcoming VOCALOID soundbanks at their NYCC panel, given by Crypton director for global development Kanae Muraki and Mikumentary director Tara Knight. The VOCALOID3 version of KAITO will feature three Japanese voice banks (which include a normal voice bank and whisper voice bank) and one English voice bank, with a release for “hopefully end of this year or beginning of next year.” The standard VOCALOID3 KAITO voice was demonstrated with a song called Kogane no Ha ga Mau Koro ni by ShigotoshiteP and the whisper sound bank was demonstrated with WandaraP’s Karakuridokei to Koi no Hanashi (previously demonstrated by Crypton last year). English KAITO was revealed with a somewhat high-pitched English cover of Makihara Noriyuki’s Donna Toki mo, titled “Lately Whenever” for the English version. Apparently both KAITO and his voice provider Fuuga Naoto had covered the Japanese version of the song before. Afterwards, Muraki also agreed with the audience that he did indeed sound too high pitched. Furthermore, a beta Miku English version of VocaliodP’s 1/6 was played as well (with markedly different pronunciation than the English version made using the Japanese sound bank, which was released on a 2011 doujin album and also played at Anime Expo this year), with a full release of the voice bank aimed for spring of next year. According to Twitter user @RamuneAmai, a new trailer for Mikumentary was shown; Mikumentary will be a series of 10-12 short documentary films, with the first two scheduled for a December release and one film every month thereafter.