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VOCALISTENER

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Posted 26 June 2010 - 01:49 AM

I have a question! It's more or less directed at anyone really....

The program VOCALISTENER, have any of you heard of it/ used it before? Do you know how compatible it would be with Engloids? I am figuring it would work the same, but the phonics difference concerns me on how accurately it would operate...


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Posted 26 June 2010 - 10:56 PM

View PostKimicatdemon, on 25 June 2010 - 07:49 PM, said:

The program VOCALISTENER, have any of you heard of it/ used it before? Do you know how compatible it would be with Engloids? I am figuring it would work the same, but the phonics difference concerns me on how accurately it would operate...


On NicoNicoDouga, there is actually a demo with Luka singing in english. Unfortunately it still sounded insanely robotic because you all know Luka's english is pretty bad. When the consonants blend together, it gives her a robot slur of sorts. I've really wanted to hear Sweet Ann, SONiKA or Prima be used with VOCALISTENER, but nothings happened so far. ...Will that program ever actually be released? MMV sucks. I want something better.

Um~~~ I also have to vote for a Gagaloid~ That would definitely increase VOCALOID in popularity and probably even the english ones. Internet Co. Has Gackt and Megumi, so... Hyeah~
I would also like to know what songs the companies liked and I've been wondering if PowerFX knows that Sweet Ann's voice is used in two songs in ProjectDIVA Arcade~

...And I remember that in the engloid's interview with powerFX, They told us that Sweet Ann's voicer was a singer from Austalia named Jody. Are we allowed to have a last name? Cuz I found two Jody's from Australia and I wanna know which one it is~
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Posted 23 July 2010 - 05:54 AM

View PostChao♪Freak, on 26 June 2010 - 10:56 PM, said:

On NicoNicoDouga, there is actually a demo with Luka singing in english. Unfortunately it still sounded insanely robotic because you all know Luka's english is pretty bad. When the consonants blend together, it gives her a robot slur of sorts.


Bull. English words blend together more than Japanese words do, so even if you had a Vocaloid with the best English Voice Bank they could have, you'd have to do more than put in syllables. You have to make sure they're woven together right.

.....Sorry. Didn't take my happy pills this morning. But I just hate when people bash Luka's English when so few people who are native English speakers use her.

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Posted 23 July 2010 - 11:23 AM

View PostKimicatdemon, on 26 June 2010 - 01:49 AM, said:

I have a question! It's more or less directed at anyone really....

The program VOCALISTENER, have any of you heard of it/ used it before? Do you know how compatible it would be with Engloids? I am figuring it would work the same, but the phonics difference concerns me on how accurately it would operate...


I just answered a question re Vocalistener here:http://vocaloidotaku.net/index.php?/topic/5119-a-q-for-zero-g-and-a-q-for-both-of-you/

I've heard the software in action, but I'm not familiar enough with the software to be able to answer the rest of your questions.
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