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Posted 24 Jun 2013Ooooh I like this.
I really like the pitch bends and dynamics. The vibrato sounds really natural too. Overall, the main vocals sound pretty realistic to me. There are some parts where he is slightly off-measure at the beginning of the song because of his consonant pronunciation problems, though you handled his velocity well after that.
If you decide to remake this though, please lower the volume on the harmonies and lower high frequencies a bit, it should help it sound less robotic. The 'Ah~' parts are really cool though.
Just curious, are you using increased CLE in the singer editor?
Posted 8 Jun 2013Thank you for your input! This is very different than how I usually tune so help is appreciated. I'll look over the dynamics and vibrato.
Posted 29 Apr 2013An odd thought just popped into my head. What if they're all voiced by the same person?
Posted 28 Apr 2013For a moment there I thought I was listening to some japanese boy band.
I can get over the box art, but... I hope the price won't give me a heart attack. T_T
Posted 14 Mar 2013I tried the first part ('h h h h h h') with all 3 voicebanks, the second part (h-) with VY2v3 and falsetto cause VY2 sounded like a fax machine.
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