Hi, I'm new. Anyone got tips for using English VCCVs?

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  1. vanbo37

    vanbo37 Momo's Minion

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    Hey! As the title says, I'm really new here. I've only used UTAU maybe 5 or 6 times, but I'm getting the hang of it. I'm trying to make a UST for a fast song (not exctly entry level LMAO ;u:wink: and I am having. A time with it. The song is Hina Nige --->

    What I mostly need tips on is: how do I get vaguely coherent-sounding words at a high speed? Which is already hard enough to do singing normally, moreso with a synthesizer.
     
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  3. FiftiesYoungin

    FiftiesYoungin Procrastination Who? Supporter Defender of Defoko

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    @partial knows a lot about vccv so he can probably help you!
     
  4. Kiyoteru

    Kiyoteru Local Sensei Supporter Defender of Defoko

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    Refer to the official tutorial here:

    Namely, make sure to adjust the consonant velocity! This will give you clearer results at higher tempos.
     
  5. Yanderu

    Yanderu Teto's Territory Defender of Defoko

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    Here's some of mine I usually find helpful.
    1) Get familiar with the aliasing/encoding system.
    2) Know where to put every [-CV], [CV], [V C], [VC], [VC-], [-CC], [CC], [C C], [CC-] properly. Most of the time I use the [-CV], [CV], [V C], and [VC-], [-CC], [CC], [CC-] I rarely the [VC]'s <-- Easier than you think.
    3) Like @Kiyoteru said use consonant velocity. Like ****, its magic
     
  6. vanbo37

    vanbo37 Momo's Minion

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    Thank you!
    Thanks, I had no idea about the consonant velocity!
     

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