DISCLAIMER Don't read this thread if y'all don't like unpopular opinions. Nuff said. --- Hi. My name's Oakley, and this is my first post on these forums. Now, if you read the title, I'm more of an old school person. Heck, I even listen to Cab Calloway and Frank Sinatra. I'm so old school, I even like CVVC better than VCCV. Now, you must be wondering why. Well, those good old days of CVVC English are when I first got into UTAU. One day, I tried making my own voicebank. It was worth a shot. And I did it in probably the most stupid way ever. I downloaded a pre-made VB, opened each recording up in Audacity, and recorded my voice alongside the original recordings, and deleted the originals. Once I loaded my finished synth into UTAU, I was giddy with excitement. I loaded a ust and set the voice. I was ready. But as soon as I hit play, disaster struck. All I heard was garbled screeching and fragments of the original recordings I forgot to replace. Good times. Now, why didn't I gravitate towards VCCV like everyone else, you may ask? Well, allow me to list my pros and cons of both formats below. --- VCCV Pros: A bit smoother, somewhat easier to record Cons: x is the same as 6 and u, really big, takes a long time to make, wayyyyy too many lyrics CVVC Pros: Small and simple, cluttered (I like clutter), perfect for beginners, easy to make Cons: Kind of hard to record, Can sound choppy, 1ng an 1nk are the same --- Anyway, opinions.