Makku Kihei
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Western Name: Kihei Makku
Eastern Name: キヘイ・マック
Kana Pronunciation: きへいまっく

Gender: None, uses any pronouns and ne/nem
Age: 16-17 years

Release Date: February 26, 2022
Group/Team:

[* Official Site]


Technical Details

Voiced by: besuki#9837
Managed by:

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Voicebank Distribution

Japanese CV: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1Msk9fxLW_f-pWs6nJQVozUwHq_xY6V2j/view?usp=sharing


Terms of Use

R-18 Content Allowed? Forbidden
Commercial Use of Voicebank Allowed? Permission Required
Commercial Use of Character Allowed? Permission Required
Do these terms apply to derivative characters/voices? Yes, but derivatives must be created with permission
[*check Makku's readme file. Click here to view the terms of use for this UTAU.]
[*contact besuki#9837 on discord. Click here to view commercial license info for this UTAU.]


Voice Sample(s)


Character Details


Height: unknown

Weight: 38.1 lb (17.25 kg)

Makku is a great friend you can count on. Here's a bit about them.
Likes: Friends, cats, Amogus memes, and animated vegetables
Dislikes: Foam rot, haters, crashing, and being called "scrunkly"
Friends: B3B0—
Character Quote: "I love animated vegetables!"
Makku is aromantic. Dating isn't really their thing, even though they have slight feelings for their friend from time to time.

They have some Easter eggs in some of their information and LOTS of lore: for the name, "Kihei" is one of the codenames for the Fall 1999 iMac G3, and "Makku" which is "Mac" in Japanese. Could be wrong about the "Makku" part. Their weight is the same as the iMac G3 revisions A to D, the tray loading models. This is canon even though they are a slot loader.
One of the dislikes is foam rot. A problem an iMac G3 can face is that the foam surrounds on the speakers would disintegrate, and this makes the speakers rattle. This meant you'd have to replace the speaker. But sometimes, Makku wants to get foam rot.
Makku has been repaired once.
The last Easter egg we'd talk about here is the included demo song on this page. The song "She's a Rainbow" was in one of the iMac G3 ads, so it was very fitting to make them sing it. It turned out understandable for an un-OTOed Japanese CV voicebank. Not perfect, but decent enough to understand some of it without reading the lyrics.
Makku also has a YouTube channel. They usually post Top 10 videos and memes. Makku got famous from a bowling video and surpassed their voice provider's subscriber count.
Most songs and covers with instrumentals aren't going to be posted as it will add copyright strikes to the channel. The only exceptions are acapella tracks and original songs. The channel can be found at www.youtube.com/channel/UCxpd4QyoYftK3-GkUJjU8ow. You really shouldn't ring the bell, smash the like button, or hit subscribe, as Makku does not want to be a famous YouTuber.
Here's some lore about their creation.
Makku Kihei was created by a man in 2005 when his existing Mac (the one that became Makku) slowed down. In 2000, he was a contestant on a game show, then won the Mac along with a vacation and $25,000.
The said guy makes robots. And so, when he got a newer Mac computer, he made a custom OS to install on the other Mac that gives it personality and a new voice. This custom OS also allows Makku to move around. Although not shown in most of Makku's artwork, they have an ID number on their foot, and used to have a marking on their shoulder, which faded away. They also have wheels in their feet which can pop out, but chooses to walk instead of using them. The wheels were put there so someone could push Makku around.
Makku was also shown in a magazine when they were created. Their inventor showed most, if not all of their features.
Because of this, he started a business. There are over 25 of them, and Makku was the first.


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