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Miss Xenocentric's Profile
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Posted 24 Jun 2014*Sigh*
Ok, I'm totally ashamed that I've been using vocaloid for two years and I'm still noob. I'm still confused in using VEL since I've decided to orient myself in vocaloid parameters...
Here's my understanding in velocity:
1. Does it give accent to it's preceeded note?
2. Low VEL cause staccato while high VEL cause smoother transition? (I don't think high VEL gives smoother transition in some phenomes though and also to different vocaloids :()
I've been feeling heavy for this because of this cover that I'm working on:
I managed to get a good grip in his pitchbends but the adjustments that I make for the velocity ruins it all.
BTW, do you use velocity all the time? I bet some producers leave this parameter alone and if that's the case, what's a good substitute for this then?
Posted 28 Apr 2014First of all, I'm quite new to making music since I only manage to make original background music for myself for our radio project - mostly station I.D. and I'm using FL studio but I find complicated since my laptop's a little jumpy.
I am planning to create new songs although I have a basic knowledge when it comes to music. I'm trying to use guitar pro but it's quite difficult to use especially for the vocals and something's wrong with since it can no longer produce sounds.
I actually prefer a midi maker with a music sheet on it (if there is one) :/ ...
Right now, I'm currently working on learning Japanese language (I only knew the basic though although I can't read katakana nor hirigana yet).
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