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Discussion in 'Forum Games' started by Lystrialle, May 22, 2012.
This tread needs to be more active, so heyo!
Awww, it was fun being the winner for a week
(jkjk thanks for posting again)
You won’t win, hehe
(It’s nothing! I just think that this thread is fun, lol)
Thanks! Appreciate the offer for help ^_^ learning a lil music theory has made the music-making process wayy faster for me though...I swear just knowing basic scales has cut down all the time spent trying to figure out which note that sounded good in my head is the one I gotta put down on the keyboard roll lol
I'm almost done oto-ing my voicebank! (yayy), but I might need to record more sounds + do some testing cause rn she's rOUGH.
I edited a VCV reclist, though I am unsure whether to call my VB VCV? Like, some sounds are just CV (CCV???) (ex. bra, bre...) cause they're too long to justify having them be VCV (VCCV????) (ex. a bra, a bre)...but then what does that make it??? Would it be a CVVC bc miel= [mie] [el]?? I'm lowkey starting to feel like I messed up and should have done smth else, but I'm half following guides and half doing what I think makes sense as a native spanish speaker so OTL
Plus, some alias naming conventions seem impractical, like, why call the sound "al" "a l"??? It's that on top of aliases that I can tell were designed by not-spanish speakers like "pye" for the sound "pie" or "jwa" for "jua" --- it all feels like vestiges from japanese voicebank aliasing conventions
Hmm... without taking a look at your VB (and even if I did), I wouldn't know what to call it. "a bra" could still count as VCV, if only because calling it VCCV implies something else ^^; and ones like "bra" might be CV or CCV. There's more than one answer, though if you edited a VCV reclist, I'd say to just call it VCV. I don't think you messed up. Anything you put effort into wasn't a mistake. It's progress, or at least a learning experience!
I know there are Spanish VCCV reclists somewhere out there... I want to try recording one someday! Idk about Spanish VCV, though.
You're probably right about the aliases being based on Japanese or non-native aliases. It might've been to make things simpler for people who don't speak the language, but I agree that it's more confusing to see it written that way...
how do i get the motivation to record and oto noke magic
Maybe a song will come along that inspires you to cover it with the VB? That's usually what happens to me... I don't know if anyone else has that experience a lot. Either way, good luck!
the plan is
Ohhhhh, I see. Never mind, that wouldn't work for all of them xD
Split it up? Pick one that you'd want to do the most and forget about the others for now. Watch some videos while you record (headphones on, otherwise it'll get in the recordings) or listen to music while otoing, as long as that doesn't make it worse for you? Wait until there's literally nothing else to do, like over a school break?
I don't really know how to help, sorry!
i do like to listen to music or videos while otoing so the process doesn't drive me completely insane, as i'm an incredibly impatient person.
That's a start, then!
...but yeah, I'm out of ideas. My motivation has also been nowhere to be found ^^;
8 VBs is definitely a long-term sort of thing, but I'm sure it'll be worth it! (if you need otoing help, maybe I could do a VB or two to lessen the work?)
that would help! ill let you know when it gets to that stage.
but no need for any fancy otoing, all my jp vbs are cv because i actually know how to make it sound good, and i dont like the robotic slurry sound vcv has.
That's fine! That would work out better, honestly, since I've been so busy lately...
So yeah, if you want otoing help, just let me know when you've recorded VB(s)!
Awww, I went almost 3 months without being dethroned ;v;
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