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AVANNA is a Celtic-styled English VOCALOID released on December 22, 2012 and developed by Zero-G. Inspired by cultural icons from Japanese imports within his creative process, Porter Robinson used her vocals in the studio album Worlds and most famously in the single "Sad Machine".
Work with Porter RobinsonEdit
AVANNA was used on three of the tracks from Worlds.
- Main article: Sad Machine
The vocals feature a male-female duet between AVANNA and Porter himself about a dystopian journey. The use of a VOCALOID was due to time constraints from the label.
- Main article: Fresh Static Snow
- Main article: Goodbye to a World
- During an interview with Billboard, Porter Robinson joked that AVANNA was his wife.