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I would like to know which anime this is- (Please refer attached picture below) enter image description here)

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I am pretty sure this is some vocaloid. – Izumi-reiLuLu Jul 7 '14 at 11:33
Possibly. Not sure though. > – Izumi-reiLuLu Jul 7 '14 at 11:34
I actually think its some type of program actually or a voice related program anyways. – Izumi-reiLuLu Jul 7 '14 at 11:37
Thanks for the info. – TSDCR Jul 7 '14 at 11:44
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I am not sure whether this is right or not, but I believe that this is probably Sora Suiga, as I mentioned in the comments sections. I think this is a Vocaloid that was developed by the company Ameya/Ayame (Utau is only the name of the program sorry). From Wikipedia, it appears that Ameya/Ayame specialises in Japanese singing synthesizers, per the idea that I got that this is probably a Vocaloid.

He also has a female counterpart called Sara Suiga. After some reading, I think you can use these voices possibly for free but only works for Japanese language only.

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Corroborating evidence: if you look closely you can read 'Suiga Sora' on his guitar in stylized script. – Steven Stadnicki Jul 7 '14 at 17:18
@StevenStadnicki- Nice spot. It kinda looks like its says love though for some reason when I went to have a look at where you mentioned. – Izumi-reiLuLu Jul 7 '14 at 17:20
I can easily see that as a reading for the second word - but the capital letter is clearly the same as it is in the first word on the guitar, and that first word (with the i and the descender on the g) is definitely 'Suiga'. It's an unusual 'S', but I've seen script letters in that rough shape before - see… or for examples. – Steven Stadnicki Jul 7 '14 at 18:36

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