Recommended UTAUloids!

Discussion in 'UTAU Discussion' started by Kale, Jul 4, 2017.

  1. Kale

    Kale Leaf god Defender of Defoko

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    This has been a thing going on with twitter... I figured I'd bring it here, since UTAForum is more focused on UTAU.
    Each UTAU recommendation comes with Pros/cons, and a link to the official website.
    I'll update this when I get more recommendations.

    Recommended by Kale.
    Pros:
    - CV bank for beginners
    -VCV bank(s) for more experienced users
    -English voicebank
    -Multiple appends
    Cons:
    -Original VCV is quite muffled
    -Robotic
    -Monopitch
    Japanese website
    English website
    Recommended by Kale.
    Pros:
    -CV, VCV, and CVVC voicebanks
    - Multi-pitch
    -Smooth
    -Multiple appends
    Cons:
    -Resampler picky
    -Echo in samples- Creates noises on some notes
    Website
    Recommended by Kale.
    Pros:
    -VCV
    -Smooth
    -Multi-pitch
    -Many voicebanks to choose from
    -HQ
    Cons:
    -Some voicebanks have a small range
    -Resampler picky
    Website
    Recommended by Kale.
    Pros:
    -VCV
    -Multi-pitch
    -Multiple appends
    -HQ
    Cons:
    -Some voicebanks have a small range
    -Resampler picky
    Website
    Recommended by Kale.
    Pros:
    -VCV and CV banks
    -Some are multi-pitch
    -Smooth
    -HQ
    Cons:
    -CV banks have a small range
    Website
    Recommended by Kale.
    Pros:
    -Multi-pitch
    -VCV, CV, and CVVC
    - HQ
    -Bilingual
    Cons:
    -Some have a small range
    -Large amount of space
    Website
    Recommended by Sors.
    Pros:
    - VCV
    - Smooth
    - Multiple Appends
    - Many Pitches
    Cons:
    - Not beginner Friendly
    - Large amount of space
    Website
    Recommended by Kale.
    -VCV
    -Smooth
    -Multi-pitch
    -Multiple appends
    Cons:
    -Resampler picky
    -Some higher pitches are muddy
    Website
    Recommended by Mougeki Mero.
    Pros:
    -VCV and CVVC VBs
    -Appends
    -HQ
    Cons:
    -oto problems (depends on the VB .)
    -Resampler picky
    -The range might be small depending on VB
    Website
    Recommended by Kale.
    Pros:
    -HQ
    -VCV and CVVC voicebanks
    -Multi-pitch
    -Many voicebanks
    Cons:
    -Pitches don't flow well sometimes
    -CV bank is lower quality
    Website
    Recommended by Zoku.
    Pros:
    -VCV
    -Multi-pitch
    -English voicebanks
    -HQ
    Cons:
    -Resampler picky
    -Some pitches don't flow well
    -Older banks are mono-pitch
    Website
    Recommended by Kimchi-tan.
    Pros:
    - CV and VCV voicebanks
    - Good oto
    - Multiple voicebanks with different tones
    - Latest voicebanks are easy to use
    - Monopitch and multipitch voicebanks
    Cons:
    - Earlier voicebanks are lower quality and may be harder to mix
    - Other voicebanks need to be manually combined if wanted to be used as appends
    Website
    Recommended by Kimchi-tan.
    Pros:
    - VCV
    - Multipitch
    - Powerscale + appends
    - Transitions well between appends
    - Easy to mix
    Cons:
    - Imperfect oto
    - Some distorted samples
    Website
    Recommended by Kimchi-tan.
    Pros:
    - VCV
    - Multipitch
    - Many appends including vocal fry
    - Very emotional
    - Easy to mix
    Cons:
    - Moresampler oto
    - Vocal fries may not render well
    Website
    Recommended by Kimchi-tan.
    Pros:
    - VCV
    - Multipitch
    - Powerscale + Falsetto
    - Beginner friendly
    - Oto'ed in both Hiragana and Romaji
    - Additional English sounds
    Cons:
    - Highest pitch has a lot of strain which can sound bad depending on the resampler
    Website
    Recommended by Kimchi-tan.
    Pros:
    - CV, CVVC, VCV, and VCCV voicebanks
    - Many voicebanks to choose from with different tones
    - Has voicebanks for English, Korean, and Japanese
    - Voicebanks are range from monopitch to multipitch to even appends
    Cons:
    - Some BG noise on some samples
    - Resampler picky
    - Occasional oto errors
    Website
    Recommended by Kimchi-tan.
    Pros:
    - VCV
    - Multipitch
    - Multi-append
    - Beginner friendly
    Cons:
    - May be hard to mix
    - Unsuitable for powerful songs
    - Vocal fries are resampler-picky
    Website
    Recommended by Kimchi-tan.
    Pros:
    - VCV and VCV lite
    - Many voicebanks with very different tones and even has both feminine and masculine voicebanks
    - Multipitch (except the earlier voicebank)
    - Easy to mix
    Cons:
    - Oto errors especially the earlier voicebanks
    - Graces voicebank has intentional reverb
    Website
    Feel free to request more!
    Base-
    Kanji/Wastern name
    Pros:
    Cons:
    Website:
    There's probably a lot of these threads I'm sorry >o<
     
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  3. Sors

    Sors Local Guppie & UTAU Korean Advocate Tutor Defender of Defoko

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    i'd suggest Meiji

    Pros:
    - VCV
    - Smooth
    - Multiple Appends
    - Many Pitches
    Cons:
    - Not beginner Friendly
    - Large amount of space
    -Website http://gahatameiji.web.fc2.com
     
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  4. Kale

    Kale Leaf god Defender of Defoko

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    I added her!
     
  5. Arissa

    Arissa Ritsu's Renegades Defender of Defoko

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    Ouka Alice??
    --- Double Post Merged, Jul 4, 2017 ---
    Oh and ofc u can't have Darling without the other Star Maidens >.< Honoka Elie and Hoshisuisyo?
     
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  6. Kale

    Kale Leaf god Defender of Defoko

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    Could you add pros and cons for each?
     
  7. Mougeki Mero

    Mougeki Mero Defoko's Slaves Defender of Defoko

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    I will bring a less known one....

    Isaac (伊朔)
    Pros:
    -VCV and CVVC VBs
    -Appends
    -Recorded with a HQ mic
    Cons:
    -Some small oto problems (depends on the VB .)
    -Resampler picky
    -Might need flags if the user wants to pair him up with other UTAU by same author (voice too similar)
    -The range might be small depending on VB
    Website: http://13utau.web.fc2.com/kyosendo/dl.htm
     
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  8. CarrotJuice

    CarrotJuice Ruko's Ruffians Defender of Defoko

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    ANNA NYUI GET MY GAL ON THERE!
     
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  9. Kale

    Kale Leaf god Defender of Defoko

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    Added;;
     
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  10. Zoku

    Zoku heta-tan campaigner 2k16 Defender of Defoko

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    Equinox by fmccaddy12 is amazing js
     
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  11. Arissa

    Arissa Ritsu's Renegades Defender of Defoko

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    uhh Hoshisuisyo doesn't have much voice banks and her voice is noted by many to sound similar to Gahata Meiji... But her voicebank is very high quality and her design is unique and gorgeous (tbh I don't know much aboutHonoka Elie so let's swap her out with Akemi Kinko, hm? ;^^)

    Akemi Kinko has a strong, mature and sassy voice, and her design is iconic, cute, and unique and reflects her vocals perfectly... :smile:(also has vocalfry, falsetto, and soft and power in her folder)

    On the downside though her voice has the tendency to sound strained when hitting certain notes, say high; is somewhat lacking in versitality due to that
    --- Double Post Merged, Jul 5, 2017 ---
    Wow i suggested a lot, forgot about alice >.<

    Ouka Alice:

    Pros: Cute voccal, can be soft or powerful which reflects a lot of emotion, nice design(s) as well, has a 6-pitch voicebank, I believe
    Cons: Her awesome multipitch voicebanks don't seem to be available for download,,, and although she can sound very emotional her voice doesn't have kire belting power
     
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  12. kimchi-tan

    kimchi-tan Your local Mikotard Global Mod Defender of Defoko

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    Hello

    櫻歌ミコ/Miko Ooka
    Pros:
    - CV and VCV voicebanks
    - Good oto
    - Multiple voicebanks with different tones
    - Latest voicebanks are easy to use
    - Monopitch and multipitch voicebanks
    Cons:
    - Earlier voicebanks are lower quality and may be harder to mix
    - Other voicebanks need to be manually combined if wanted to be used as appends
    Website: http://miko35.info

    逆さ 指揮/Sakasa Shiki
    Pros:
    - VCV
    - Multipitch
    - Powerscale + appends
    - Transitions well between appends
    - Easy to mix
    Cons:
    - Imperfect oto
    - Some distorted samples

    夢色Theory/Yumeiro Theory
    Pros:
    - VCV
    - Multipitch
    - Many appends including vocal fry
    - Very emotional
    - Easy to mix
    Cons:
    - Moresampler oto
    - Vocal fries may not render well
    Website: http://shortlivedsimplicity.weebly.com/theo.html

    天音 チャーチャ/Amane Cha-Cha
    Pros:
    - VCV
    - Multipitch
    - Powerscale + Falsetto
    - Beginner friendly
    - Oto'ed in both Hiragana and Romaji
    - Additional English sounds
    Cons:
    - Highest pitch has a lot of strain which can sound bad depending on the resampler
    Website: http://shortlivedsimplicity.weebly.com/cha-cha.html

    Kanji/Yuutsukoe Karasu
    Pros:
    - CV, CVVC, VCV, and VCCV voicebanks
    - Many voicebanks to choose from with different tones
    - Has voicebanks for English, Korean, and Japanese
    - Voicebanks are range from monopitch to multipitch to even appends
    Cons:
    - Some BG noise on some samples
    - Resampler picky
    - Occasional oto errors
    Website: http://karasu.utau.us/

    闇音レンリ/Yamine Renri
    Pros:
    - VCV
    - Multipitch
    - Multi-append
    - Beginner friendly
    Cons:
    - May be hard to mix
    - Unsuitable for powerful songs
    - Vocal fries are resampler-picky
    Website: https://renri-voice.jimdo.com/

    歌夢かな/Utayume Kana
    Pros:
    - VCV and VCV lite
    - Many voicebanks with very different tones and even has both feminine and masculine voicebanks (like Yokune Ruko but have the same voicer)
    - Multipitch (except the earlier voicebank)
    - Easy to mix
    Cons:
    - Oto errors especially the earlier voicebanks
    - Graces voicebank has intentional reverb
     
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  13. Kale

    Kale Leaf god Defender of Defoko

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    I can't believe I forgot to recommend renri ded
    Actually, they are dead links on her wiki- they are on the official website.
    Added!
     
  14. 幸兔雪 (Yukito Yuki)

    幸兔雪 (Yukito Yuki) Pronouns: They/Them Supporter Defender of Defoko

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    雪歌ユフ/Sekka Yufu
    Pros:
    -HQ
    -VCV and CV
    -(Some) her VCV has ending consonants
    Cons:
    -Not great at long notes if UST is not edited
    -No multipitch
    -For calm and ballad songs only
    Website: http://sekkayufu.web.fc2.com
     
  15. Dae-dae

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    Pros: Good VCV
    -Decent range
    - Can mix
    - Good oto
    Cons:
    - Can't sing powerful songs
     
  16. Kyle Furude

    Kyle Furude Momo's Minion

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    Kanji/Wastern name: Rioki Skyzure
    Pros: Sounds like Leon, rolls rs for aesthetic
    Cons: no oto, unaliesed, DO NOT USE HIM IN GOMMENE
    Website: DL from here
     
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