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Kemu
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Name
Kanji けむ
Rōmaji Kemu
English Kemu
Gender Male
Age Unknown
Status November 2011 → Unknown
Genre Rock
Associations Hatsuko, Suzumu, Ke-sanβ
Websites KEMU VOXX
URL NicoNico, Twitter


Kemu (けむ) is a producer, composer and the leader of the doujin group "KEMU VOXX". All of his songs have been well received and all of the songs he has published so far have reached the Hall of Legend status. All of the VOCALOID works he created are part of a series most commonly referred to as the "PANDORA VOXX" or "KEMU VOXX" series. Kemu has also composed the music for several visual novels, games and anime projects. For his non-VOCALOID work he uses the name Tsukamoto Kemu (塚本けむ).

It is believed Kemu is currently a member of the newly formed band "PENGUIN RESEARCH" and goes by the name "Shota Horie." He is the bassist as well as the composer for the band. It is unclear whether Kemu will resume VOCALOID related work.

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  1. "Jinsei Reset Button" (GUMI) (Nov.07.2011) with subtitles
  2. "Invisible" (GUMI & Rin) (Dec.20.2011) with subtitles
  3. "Ikasama Life Game" (GUMI) (Feb.08.2012)
  4. "Roku Chounen to Ichiya Monogatari" (IA) (Apr.11.2012) with subtitles
  5. "PANDORA VOXX" (crossfade) (Apr.20.2012)
  6. "Chikyuu Saigo no Kokuhaku wo" (GUMI) (Jun.26.2012) with subtitles
  7. "Kamisama Neji Maki" (GUMI) (Aug.02.2012) with subtitles
  8. "PANDORA VOXX complete" (crossfade) (Mar.13.2013)
  9. "Reincarnation" (GUMI, Rin) (Mar.24.2013) with subtitles
  10. "Haiboku no Shounen" (GUMI) (May.06.2013)


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