UTAU Starter Pack -Overseas Edition-

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  1. InochiPM

    InochiPM Ruko's Ruffians Defender of Defoko

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    Hello everyone!
    Here's where im gonna post about the UTAU Starter Pack -OS- Edtion.

    In this book youll find an amalgamation of information collected from all across the UTAU OS community, as well as a few translated straight from the UTAUSP & UTAUPM books which this book is designed to be a counterpart to.

    As well as a few plugins, voicebanks and special recordings for this book it comes with a fully interactivable section on vocal types with samples if you prefer to use the PDF version.
    *PDF version requires a download of the voice types folder to make use of the different samples.




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    https://inochi-pm.wixsite.com/utaustarterpack
    Please go to the website above to download the files for the book!
    Click on the download button in the bar and download your choice of EPUB or PDF.

    The folder files system is over 5gigs for the download due to the amount of voicebanks that are packed into this book!


     
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  3. Dangosan

    Dangosan Jellie Bellie Pete Rat Gummie Candie Defender of Defoko

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    Perfect! The overseas community's answer to UTAU Perfect Master!
    It would be a good idea to distribute it at a con.
    All we need now is an MMD pack to complete the circle.
     
  4. InochiPM

    InochiPM Ruko's Ruffians Defender of Defoko

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    I mean its more of the answer to the Starter Pack, its got some infor from PM but not all of it i plan on making a second book in the future with the PM info inside.

    if someone wants to give it out at cons rtheir more than welcome!
     
  5. Milk

    Milk i like bad things Supporter Defender of Defoko

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    So glad u were able to finish this!! I'll give it a read later owo
     
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  6. Rei-Chan

    Rei-Chan Ruko's Ruffians Defender of Defoko

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    This is absolutely amazing! I love it!
     
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  7. partial

    partial UTAU English advocate Global Mod Supporter Defender of Defoko

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    This is a very cool read. Thank you for this.
     
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  8. na4a4a

    na4a4a Outwardly Opinionated and Harshly Critical Supporter Defender of Defoko

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    It's probably not a good idea to mention the use of Audacity for noise removal. Unfortunately Audacity's noise removal is very low quality and introduces artifacts that can both sound bad and negatively impact frq generation. Not only that but it often will only remove noise from around the sample and not the sample itself.

    Other than that, this is an ok resource for getting beginners started.
     
  9. N64

    N64 Momo's Minion

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    This is great! Thanks for making it!
    (Also I see that Fandroid head on there)
     
  10. RoboCheatsyTM

    RoboCheatsyTM Ruko's Ruffians Defender of Defoko

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    Thank you so much for this! I read through the whole PDF, and WOW, it's so detailed! There were a lot of things in there that I didn't know about before! I love how you interviewed the voice providers of some of the UTAUloids; that made it an extra fun read!

    I've been interested in recording my first UTAUloids, and I think this is going to be a very helpful resource for me!!
     
  11. Aurum79

    Aurum79 Momo's Minion

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    This has been very helpful to refresh my memory and, of course, I appreciate your slick presentation as always :wink:
    Sometimes the English is a little off and needs clarifying, and I'm not sure if you didn't mention this because you were sticking to the basics but aren't flags different across resamplers? Essential ones like the g-flag are the same but I thought there was nothing stopping two different devs assigning the same alphabet letter to flags that can do very different things.
     

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