Apparently this is an ancient library that requires a previous purchase of Vocaloid. The advertisement here is strongly misleading.
Looking at this advertisement which I stupidly responded to:
The following claims are made:
What is it?
Voice GeneratorINTERNET CoMegpoid English (misleading).
Instrument(s) VST (it's a sound library not an instrument apparently).
Host application compatible with: VST plugins (and Vocaloid itself!!!!!!!!!!!)
Mac OS X (10.8 or later).
Videos shows on this page suggest that Vocaloid is the product that is for sale here:
Nowhere is the version number (3) listed.
Apparently Vocaloid is currently at version 5, this seems to be a LIBRARY (not Vocaloid) fpr version 3 of Vocaloid (NOT INCLUDED).
Installation certificates for this program are expired (originally from Yamaha) and a security risk.
After spending $65 on the completely worthless crap in this ad, I am inclined to never spend a dime through kvraudio ever again.
The serial number that I get back for "Megpoid English" is not a Vocaloid license.
I tried entering this serial number at the upgrade site
and it doesn't recognize the license I was given
I was able to authorize "something" on my computer using the license manager, but I can't find vocaloid anywhere on my computer as a plugin or app.
Also all of this documentation that i received AFTER THE PURCHASE refers to Vocaloid3 - and I see that Vocaloid is at Vocaloid5 now!
WHY WOULD I BUY A PROGRAM THAT IS TWO MAJOR VERSIONS BEHIND THE LATEST???
Even if it worked that is - So far I spent $69 for absolutely nothing.
A Quick review.
I have used a lot of the higher end software for professional and home recordings.
Using this software has been very fast and intuitive, A lot quicker then i would of thought.
I was able to drag and drop the track in and get to editing, there was a few Plug-ins that really brought the tracks to life with out much tweaking.
Going to try and get the batch processing down soon.
One of the biggest reasons i got this was based on the depth of the files i could save, I like making higher bit depth masters before bouncing them down for CD and this allows me to do that.
I currently use reaper as my Standard DAW and everything was able to be saved and re-opened and ready for editing with no trouble at all.