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Loquendo is a system of computer-generated voices used in videos for do critics, parody dubbings, and among other types of videos.
The first usage of Loquendo for do videos was related with the viral video El niñato del metro de Valencia, about a kid who’s mocking of an old man. The January 22 of 2007, the youtube user Underworld23 uploads the video Mensaje de Chuck Norris al niñato del metro. As of August 1st, 2012 has 264052 views.
At first, the Loquendo videos only are used to insult the kid, but on February 16 of 2007, the user ARSoriginal upload The Legend of Zelda según Frikipedia (An spanish humor wiki similar to Uncyclopedia), a video of Loquendo explaining this article. As of August 1st, 2012, a reupload of the video has 864 views.
On March 11, the user NightmareXxXxXxX uploads a parody dubbing of the E3 2006 Sony’s Conference, called Conferencia E3 2006 PS3 – Humor. As of August 1st, 2012 has 136166 views.
When the Chuck Norris video was uploaded, it massively expanded, creating a lot of videos of famous people threatening the kid of Valencia. With the upload of the videos of The Legend of Zelda and the E3 Sony Conference, the Loquendo’s use spreads to other ways. Soon, began to appear videos of dubbings, critics, explanations, walktroughts…
The video La verdad sobre Mario – (Loquendo), of DiegoFuenteX, has over 1 milion views
Another video, OLIVER Y BENJI – HUMOR – LOQUENDO (Por Mykemire), has over 2 milion views
The searchs picked up in January 2007, when the first video was uploaded.