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幸兔雪 (Yukito Yuki) submitted a new resource:

Spanish CV+ reclist with base oto.ini - Español CV reclist - a simple way to record own Spanish voicebank!

This is simplest possible Spanish reclist that is workable and covers all necessary ending consonants sounds and CC combination.

This reclist has 156 samples only but "ll" and "z" sounds can be skipped depending on your accent. Also, in this reclist ñ=ny!

Please feel free to add/remove/edit anything you like on reclist and/or base oto! Credits aren't necessary but appreciated.

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bab beb bib bob bub
cha che chi cho chu
dad ded did dod dud...

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FiftiesYoungin

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this reclist is really good but the only thing that irks me is that there isn't any pronunciation guide and I'm not very good with spanish >u>;
 

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this reclist is really good but the only thing that irks me is that there isn't any pronunciation guide and I'm not very good with spanish >u>;
b, ch, d, f, g, l, m, n, s, w and y: same than in English (Arpasing)

k, t and p: unaspirated consonants like “skin” “stop” and “spin” in English

j: it’s a strong “h” sound. “Jajaja” is similar to English “hahaha” (to make it sound better, do that sound in back in throat)

ll: in Spanish Spanish, this sound is like a long “y” sound but in Mexican Spanish, it’s pronounced as a Japanese j. It’s up to you which one you choose

ñ: same than Japanese “ny”

r: tapped r like a Japanese r sound

rr: trilled r aka. rolled r sound

z: this is kinda similar to English “th” but I think that it’s more close to slurred “s”.

If this is difficult, you can just skip this sound and in USTs. If you do this, please use “s” to replace “z”.
 
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b, ch, d, f, g, l, m, n, s, w and y: same than in English (Arpasing)

k, t and p: unaspirated consonants like “skin” “stop” and “spin” in English

j: it’s a strong “h” sound. “Jajaja” is similar to English “hahaha” (to make it sound better, do that sound in back in throat)

ll: in Spanish Spanish, this sound is like a long “y” sound but in Mexican Spanish, it’s pronounced as a Japanese j. It’s up to you which one you choose

ñ: same than Japanese “ny”

r: tapped r like a Japanese r sound

rr: trilled r aka. rolled r sound

z: this is kinda similar to English “th” but I think that it’s more close to slurred “s”.

If this is difficult, you can just skip this sound and in USTs. If you do this, please use “s” to replace “z”.
thank you, this is the clearest explanation I've ever been given :D
 
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