What are your thoughts about people with more than one UTAU? What are your "standards" or "expectations" from them or people who want to? Do you have any negative or positive feelings from these types of projects? It's free for discussion because I'm particularly interested in what the community has to say about this. I'd avoid genderbends as another UTAU but if you think that counts as one, go ahead! <3 Don't get upset with each other guys, just saying. You should know that already but you know..controversy can get the better of people! Also avoid finger pointing. Things to consider what I mean : How many is too many? Is one already enough? Do you not even care? How should the voices be in your opinion? Anything about designs too and relations? etc Spoiler Some points I've considered, but I'm a bit shaky on some: • I personally don't think someone should bombard the community with like 10 UTAU. 3 is a fair number in my opinion, but give or take and I can be flexible. • Voice acting skills : You need them. So many UTAU I hear that just sound incredibly like each other or like it's a helium version of their first UTAU and it kinda bothers me! I don't know about other people about that. I think often it's also like "ohoho let's see which one gets popular" but aside from my pessimism, it doesn't show much quality anyway?? Ohp, I think I stopped making sense here. edit: Uhh, like if you've only ever done a single quick CV act, okayish otos but several UTAU type of thing. And they're kinda rushed just so you have more than one? Idk, that'd bother me since I feel like you can use that time and effort to improve on one? •People should know their limits. In all ways. Enough said. •Keep in mind, there are heck of a lot of UTAU already. Think deeply about it, is it necessary to continue making more and more and more? It's fun, yeah! But, again, watch your limits. •It's okay to not have a lot of UTAU. Lots of users, I've also noticed, seem obliged to it because others do??? Okay, not a lot. But enough for me to make a conclusion that it has happened.