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Fanloid of Awesomeness! (Maybe!) My fanloid info! Respond, pwease?

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Posted 21 February 2012 - 02:14 AM

View PostDancingCrane, on 20 February 2012 - 07:58 PM, said:

Everyone does know that Neru and Haku were both fanmade Vocaloids, right? Neru is a pitched-up Miku or pitched-down Rin, and Haku is a pitched-down Miku.


That is true, and I'm glad to see that someone new to the fandom knows these things. You'd be surprised how many people think they are actual Vocaloids, or UTAUloids.

However, there is a difference between Neru and Haku and your fanloid. Neru and Haku can be pitchbends, but as stated before, that is frowned upon.
But, Neru and Haku also have actual configurations in the VOCALOID program. That is, by changing different factors in a voicebank, it is possible to create a new or different voice.

For example, OwataP is well know for using Haku and Neru in his songs. His Neru is the Miku config.
One of his more well-known songs, Tsumanne gives a good example of the settings he uses.
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And another example of Neru's rin configuration is seen here, in a Love is War remix.
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These kind of things are usually perferred to using an audio editing program, because a lot of people feel that it is a form of stealing, by taking someone else's work and pitching it, then claiming it as your own, or something new, despite the pitch change, is wrong.

woo. I went on a bit of a rant there. I do apologize. Good luck with whatever you decide.

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Posted 21 February 2012 - 06:26 AM

View PostDancingCrane, on 20 February 2012 - 08:58 PM, said:

Everyone does know that Neru and Haku were both fanmade Vocaloids, right? Neru is a pitched-up Miku or pitched-down Rin, and Haku is a pitched-down Miku.


Ya don't say?!

Okay but in all seriousness, fanmades don't tend to be very well received here, since...we're not Youtube. I mean, if you like fanmades, that's cool. You do your own thing...but a lot of people don't take too kindly to lazy pitchbends or unoriginal designs and cliche concepts, for obvious reasons I think.

Even I personally don't like fanmades at all, including Haku and Neru.

A lot of people who can't sing can still make UTAU. There are a lot of helpful guides out there if you're interested.

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Posted 21 February 2012 - 11:31 AM

View PostDancingCrane, on 21 February 2012 - 01:58 AM, said:

Everyone does know that Neru and Haku were both fanmade Vocaloids, right? Neru is a pitched-up Miku or pitched-down Rin, and Haku is a pitched-down Miku.

Neru doesn't have to have a voice though and she started out as a joke... Haku was originally any Vocaloid sound that was made of fail. Thus the pair are NOT pitchloids because of their origins were never meant to be something that could sing and exist by itself. Then people gave them Vocaloid configurations and now we have the situation their in.
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Posted 21 February 2012 - 08:00 PM

View PostDancingCrane, on 21 February 2012 - 01:58 AM, said:

Everyone does know that Neru and Haku were both fanmade Vocaloids, right? Neru is a pitched-up Miku or pitched-down Rin, and Haku is a pitched-down Miku.


They are not pitchloids due to their origins. Their voices are like this because the fandom gave them to them. Crypton use them solely as mascots for commercial purposes (nendoroids, keychains, guest appearances on games etc.) and not with "official" voice settings for them to sing.

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