I have decided to release the experimental resampler I made. I call it "young3". It is basically tn_fnds but using a different f0 estimation algorithm called "HARVEST". Feel free to download the "young3" resampler here: http://www.mediafire.com/file/zk90gdt3s87g8kt I have tested "young3" with only a few voice banks, but in general, it is similar to tn_fnds but gives a slightly more solid tone. Before using "young3", you should know that this resampler takes around 3-5 times longer to render than the original tn_fnds. The resampler is also highly experimental which means it will not produce a nice output everytime. However, I will introduce some flags below which may help with the quality. Flags: Since "young3" is basically tn_fnds modified, it accepts all tn_fnds flags. One notable flag is the e flag which changes looping to stretching. I have added a few new flags. Note that the flags are case sensitive. The following flags are additional flags that can be used: · M flag Use this flag globally. E.g. Project --> Project Property --> Rendering Options This will make the resampler render faster provided that you have specified the pitch of the files in multipitch voicebanks. This flag was inspired by moresampler's analysis-f0-range-from-path voicebank configuration. It automatically allocates f0 estimation limits based on stated pitch of multipitch voice banks. This flag will only work if you have recorded samples in the correct pitch and that the files, where the samples are located at, are named correctly, F4, A5, etc. There are a few workarounds for monopitch banks. Either place the files in another folder labeled with the appropriate pitch or use p flag that will be introduced later. · D flag This flag forces the resampler to revert back to tn_fnds's method of f0 estimation. This will also cause the resampler to render faster. Advisable to use it on any specific notes that sound bad. Highly recommended to use the D flag on end breaths. By placing the D flag globally, the resampler will become tn_fnds. Also something to take note of is that this flag is different from the usual D flag in the default resampler which is a mid frequencies filter. · S flag Sometimes sibilance or "S" sounds may sound harsh or buzzy. Using this flag will reduce this. Use this flag globally as well. This is done by automatically allocating D flag to those notes which have "S" sounds. This flag will only work on hiragana voice banks. I haven't actually updated the search algorithm of this flag properly so it may not work sometimes. Especially if your UTAU's name starts with "さしすせそ" · p flag (accepts numbers after flag from 65~587 default 262) Recommended to use this flag only on individual notes. This is the manual version of the M flag. Use this website: http://peabody.sapp.org/class/st2/lab/notehz/ and type the number of the pitch you've recorded the samples at. e.g. if you recorded at E4 use flag p330 This flag overwrites the M flag. Only use it if you know the pitch. For monopitch banks, you can use this flag globally as a workaround to the M flag. Credits to Kanru Hua since I obtained the website link from the moresampler website. Possible FAQs Question: How do I use "young3"? Answer: "young3" is used like any other resampler. Download the compressed files, extract and use young3.exe instead of resampler.exe. Question: I don't understand the flags. Can you give a TLDR? Answer: In general, when using "young3", use the S flag globally. Render the vocals once, e.g. Play Region. Place the D flag on any bad sounding notes and end breaths. Use the M flag if you want the resampler to run faster. However, I recommend against using the M flag since it often tends to diminish the solid tone that I like. But that's just my preference. Question: Will this resampler work in other platforms such as macOS and linux? Answer: I have only tested this with windows but, assuming tn_fnds works in other platforms, it should likely work as well. Feel free to test it out. Question: I have used tn_fnds before but it sounds wonky with my voice bank. Will this resampler work with my VB? Answer: This resampler actually uses the updated DIO algorithm together with CHEAP TRICK whenever the D flag is used so the f0 estimation may be better than the original tn_fnds. You can also use the M flag to help mitigate estimation errors. But I'll be pessimistic and say no. However, this should not stop you from trying out "young3" since UTAU is all about experimentation. Question: I am using a monopitch bank and I don't know how to use the p flag because I don't know what pitch I recorded at. What do I do? Answer: Using the p flag is not a must to run "young3". If you really want to use the p flag, programs such as vocalshifter can be used to find out the pitch. If you are still confused, feel free to DM me your voice samples and I'll tell what p flag to be used. Question: Why did you name the resampler "young3"? Answer: I named it as such because "young3" is a branch of tn_fnds. The word "young" could also sound like YANG which stands for Yet ANother Generalised. The true reason for the name is actually just a reference. Feel free to contact me at my twitter @UtauZany for any questions Conclusion I have been reluctant to release this resampler since it's mostly just a copy of tn_fnds with a few quirks. I am also not confident with my coding capabilities and have very little knowledge about the speech synthesis process as well. However, sharing with the community is something I felt like doing so here I am. I hope you all have fun trying out this resampler and to anyone who is reading this, hope you have a nice day!