About

Ankari

Composer, lyricist, arranger, tuner, producer

Ankari is a Mexican-naturalized, Uruguayan singer, songwriter, composer, arranger and producer. She has a Bachelor's Degree in Jazz with a specialization in Singing and Vocal Improvisation from the INBA's Escuela Superior de Música (Higher College of Music) but her one true passion are chocolate and cats.

Ankari is the pseudonym Emilia Badaracco uses for her non-acoustic projects, as well as her fandom persona.

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Ankari

Ankari

Composer, lyricist, arranger, tuner, producer

Lluvia

Illustrations, videos, English translation

Translator and interpreter by day... and more of the same by night, because being a freelancer is hard. Olympic champion in procrastination and medalist in having opinions of all kinds.

Follow her on Twitter to play language roulette with her tweets.

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Lluvia

Lluvia

Illustrations, videos, English translation

Hikusa

Illustrations, videos

Graphic designer with a preference for illustration, but first and foremost, Hikusa is a professional tear-shedder (due to slow video renders).
Hikusa is a mysterious person but you can visit her artblog or follow her on Twitter.

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Hikusa

Hikusa

Illustrations, videos

 

Maubox is an artist collective who produces original Vocaloid songs and videos in Spanish. Their activities as a group started officially on December 28th, 2010 when they opened their YouTube channel, but the members have been working together since early 2010.

Maubox’s work has received several distinctions related to audience appreciation. In the year 2014, their song La Audición won the first place of the MAIKA Original Song Contest held by por Voctro Labs in the popularity category; likewise, their song Aquí Estoy is currently the most viewed Spanish original Vocaloid song on YouTube (with 750,000 views).

Their works with Vocaloid in Spanish also led to them being contacted by Japanese collective Mirai no Neiro to collaborate together. During this period, they produced two Spanish covers for them (La Jardinera and La Bamba).

During the year 2016, Maubox had the honor to work directly with Crypton Future Media and collaborate in the North America leg of the Hatsune Miku Expo 2016 tour, adapting and tuning the Spanish content that was presented during Hatsune Miku’s shows in Mexico.

Maubox’s songs, videos and original arrangement have toured the world, being shown at several international conventions like Anime Expo (USA), Hyper Japan (United Kingdom) and World Vocaloid Convention (Japan), among others. Crypton Future Media has also recognized Maubox’s relevance by sharing some of their works during one of their keynotes at the Jalisco Campus Party 2015 and during the International Tourism Fair (FITUR) 2016 in Spain.


Maubox is still growing. We will continue to pursue comedy as well as emotional themes, as we keep developing new ideas that are also true to our aesthetic.

Thank you for watching and listening to our works!