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How has liking VOCALOID changed you? personality, side-interests, etc.
Posted 10 September 2011 - 01:40 AM
-I learned about trolls and weaboos.
-I learned more Japanese words than I could ever hope for.
-Got interested in music, and thought maybe the music industry is not completely doomed.
-Practiced singing, and still practicing.
-Got to be more open minded with the cultures.
-Got a new interest(something to waste my life on)
-the growth of interest in the technology of speech synthesis.
-interest in animation.
BUT I'M STILL EXTREMELY PICKY ON WHAT I LISTEN TO.
Posted 10 September 2011 - 10:18 AM
Posted 10 September 2011 - 12:41 PM
I know thats because of Vocaloid. ¬_¬
Youtube poster 2; I'm guessing that it breaks the word in half.
Posted 11 September 2011 - 01:57 AM
Before finding Vocaloid, I made 2D animations, and I could never get any inspiration for them. Because of that, I got out of animating.
After finding Vocaloid, I found MMD, and got back into animating. I discovered a whole new set of things to make and got in a pretty okay amount of video editing practice.
Before finding Vocaloid, I had trouble finding songs that I absolutely LOVED (not just 'liked', not even just 'liked a lot') and wanted to countinue listening to them months later. Most of what I heard had similar concepts and styles.
After finding Vocaloid, I found the biggest library of songs and genres (many genres that don't even exist that much outside of the fandom, take Hachi's, Wowaka's, and CoSmo's works for example) I could ever wish for, and lovable characters to go with them.
Vocaloids have also helped me meet some of my bestest e-buddies, and a very good rl life friend.
It has also helped me get broader ideas on things, with the never-ending concepts and stories the songs can tell.
It also has made me a bit inquisitive about what non-Vocaloid songs I hear can be about.
Aaaaaaaaaand, Vocaloid has helped me a lot with learning Japanese. (I take classes and learn the language respectfully, u gaiz~)
tl;dr - Vocaloid iz ttly ahwsum u gaiz
Posted 11 September 2011 - 02:41 AM
Posted 12 September 2011 - 01:18 AM
Favorite Vocaloid is Big Al.
Posted 12 September 2011 - 10:25 PM
Posted 12 September 2011 - 10:34 PM
-I'm here. By that I mean I've become more social and have made more friends than I would've if I had never discovered Vocaloid.
-I can tune instruments better now and can play by ear well.
-Almost all I listen is Japanese/Korean music now...
-I've taken more interest in learning different languages.
Posted 12 September 2011 - 11:58 PM
It helped me listen to more genres of songs and notice other things in music that I wouldn't have known as much before. Like detecting an off tune or off key note, tempo, the quality of the voice, and even the usic that goes with the voice! I play the cello and it has helped me play better (yes!).
I also use some Vocaloid songs to play for my playing tests where we have to play a song by ear! I have also improved my drawing style and technique by looking at the pictures that went along with Vocaloid videos and PVs!
I really REALLY like Evangelion.
An avid fan of Yume Nikki.
Posted 14 September 2011 - 04:13 AM
-made an UTAU
-litsened to more Japanese music
-started speaking Japanese
-learned to pick out sharp and flat notes in music
-got into more animes
-made good friends
-got closer to old friends I didn't think I would get closer to
-got singing lessons