as the title says, what do you consider the standard that a new voicebank should match up to if you're going to consider downloading it? what is the baseline you feel like you have to match up to as a creator? basics like "not recorded with a potato" and "has a working OTO" aside, i'm curious how this has changed and what people look for now. in the past i would almost always start with a CV bank for any new UTAU i was working on, but at this point CV is such a step down in quality from VCV that i'm actually not bothering anymore. i don't look for CV banks from others as a user and so it feels like a bit of a waste of time as a creator. at this point multipitch VCV is what i would consider the baseline for voicebanks i'd want to use and therefore the same for voicebanks i want to create. i'm not familiar with english or other languages in UTAU at all, but i'm also curious if people feel differently there due to smaller number of existing voicebanks/differences in recording or OTOing/anything like that.