How do i make ok music?

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  1. Serrune

    Serrune Momo's Minion

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    i have spent 2 months figuring out how does teto work and i found out: i cant use this at all.
    please help, my goal is to make a cover of donut hole (i use teto, and ttinputhelper)
     
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  3. Aeroza

    Aeroza Momo's Minion

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    Can you please elobarate on the problem?
    Do you mean that she doesn't produce any sound at all?
     
  4. Serrune

    Serrune Momo's Minion

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    no, she produces sound after an older post of mine was helped with, but i mean like how do i put music in and make her sound good
     
  5. Aeroza

    Aeroza Momo's Minion

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    I'm not sure about this but making a voicebank sound good mostly depends on the tuning and the mixing process. Also, keep in mind that some voicebanks are suited for a certain genre of song so that's why you can't just pick a random voicebank and fit it into a ust. Most of the time, it wouldn't sound good this way (based on my experience).
    In conclusion, making an utau sound good may need a lot of practice and can't be achieved in a short amount of time. I'm sorry but this is the best I could do to help (maybe its not helpful at all).
     
  6. Serrune

    Serrune Momo's Minion

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    Ah, thats alright. hopefully ill figure it out
     
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  7. Kiyoteru

    Kiyoteru Local Sensei Supporter Defender of Defoko

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    UTAU can only produce vocals. When you're finished editing the vocals and would like to complete a cover by adding the music, you need to export the vocals to an audio file by using Project > Render wav File.

    After that, you can use a Digital Audio Workstation (or DAW) to mix the vocals and instrumental. There are many options, some of which have been collected here: https://utaforum.net/resources/songwriting-resources.181/
    This page also has links to plenty of useful plugins for mixing.
    In general, while mixing UTAU vocals, you will be using equalization (EQ) to change the volume of different audio frequencies, and reverb to help the vocals blend more into the instrumental. You should also go on YouTube and search for "vocal mixing tutorial" for more advice. (Even if they're not using UTAU, it should mostly be the same!)
     
  8. Serrune

    Serrune Momo's Minion

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    Cool, i will try some daws out after i finish putting in the vocals
    Thank
     

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