Recording in Hiragana or English for OREMO?

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  1. jellophish

    jellophish Ruko's Ruffians Defender of Defoko

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    Strange question, but it's been a while since I last recorded a bank. Right now, all I want is a VCV bank, and I'm using OREMO to record since it's easier. I found a few reclists, some being in all Hiragana and some being all in English, is it better to record in one or the other for VCV? Or does it not matter?
     
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  3. FiftiesYoungin

    FiftiesYoungin Procrastination Who? Supporter Defender of Defoko

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    if you’re generating your base oto with moresampler then you can use either
     
  4. Haichou

    Haichou Tutor Tutor Defender of Defoko

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    Both would work, so it's really just a matter of which you prefer. Otoing the voicebank should be in hiragana, but the file names can be romaji/English or hiragana and it'll be fine either way. Base otos exist for both.
    (I'm not sure which is better for OREMO because I don't use that program... sorry.)
    I record and save the file names in romaji because I think it's more compatible with other computers. If someone's locale isn't set correctly, a voicebank with hiragana file names could be corrupted. But in the end, it's completely up to you, and a lot of users use hiragana file names instead because that's easier for them.
    Good luck recording your voicebank!
     
  5. jellophish

    jellophish Ruko's Ruffians Defender of Defoko

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    Thanks ya'll! I'm actually commissioning someone to oto it for me anyway, so that all checks out.
     
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