Chinese reclist - How can I shorten this?

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    Post by Guest on Thu Jun 10, 2010 12:51 am

    So, I found Wang Fang Mei's voice files and transcribed a list of her phonetics in order to use for Hana's Chinese voicebank...

    The resulting reclist was huge.

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    a ai an ang ao ba bai ban bang bao bei ben beng bi bian biao bie bin bing bo bu ca cai can cang cao ce cen ceng cha chai chan chang chao che chen cheng chi chong chou chu chua chuai chan chuang chui chun chuo ci cong cou cu cuan cui cun cuo da dai dan dang dao de dei den deng di dia dian diao die ding diu dong dou du duan dui dun duo e ei en eng ere u fa fan fang fei fen feng fo fou fu ga gai gan gang gao ge gei gen geng gong gou gu gua guai guan guang gui gun guo ha hai han hang hao he hei hen heng hong hou hu hua huai huan huang hui hun huo ji jia jian jiang jiao jie jin jing jiong jiu ju juan jue jun ka kai kan kang kao ke kei ken keng kong kou ku kua kuai kuan kuang kui kun kuo la lai lan lang lao le lei leng li lia lian liang liao lie lin ling liu lo long lou lu luan lue lun luo lyu ma mai man mang mao me mei men meng mi mian maio mie min ming miu mo mou mu n na nai nan nang nao ne nei nen neng ng ni nian niang niao nie nin ning niu nong nou nu nuan nue nun nuo nyu o ong ou pa pai pan pang pao pei pen peng pi pian piao pie pin ping po pou pu qi qia qian qiang qiao qie qin qing qiong qiu qu quan que qun ran rang rao re ren reng ri rong rou ru rua ruan rui run ruo sa sai san sang sao se sen seng sha shai shan shang shao she shei shen sheng shi shou shu shua shuai shuan shuang shui shun shuo si song sou su suan sui sun suo ta tai tan tang tao teng ti tian tiao tie ting tong tout u tuan tui tun tuo wa wai wan wang wei wen weng wow u xi xia xian xiang xiao xie xin xing xiong xiu xu xuan xue xun ya yan yang yao ye yi yin ying yo yong you yu yuan yue yun za zai zan zang zao ze zei zen zeng zha zhai zhan zhang zhao zhe zhei zhen zheng zhi zhong zhou zhu zhua zhuai zhuan zhuang zhui zhun zhuo zi zong zou zu zuan zui zun zuo

    Is there any way I can cut down this list to cover all the necessary syllables and still maintain the least amount of sound files/memory?

    For instance, I would like to record the n and ng separately and discard all of the syllables with n/ng at the end of them. Can I do this, or is that completely wrong?

    Minimalism is best at this point...


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    Post by 산쇼씨 (Sansyo-ssi) on Thu Jun 10, 2010 10:23 am

    You can do that, because that's what I did with Korean... which would have a lot more recordings if I didn't.
    However the way Fang Mei has her recordings set makes it a lot easier to use chinese in UTAU. (Also, I'm not sure about this, but I heard the pronunciation of the vowels change when it ends in "n" or "ng" ...Chinese is really confusing lol.)

    Btw there looks like theres a few typos when you made the list... like I think "bob u" & "nein en" is supposed to be "bo bu" & "nei nen" ..and the "oto" isn't supposed to be there lol.
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    Post by Guest on Thu Jun 10, 2010 7:16 pm

    산쇼씨 (Sansyo-ssi) wrote:You can do that, because that's what I did with Korean... which would have a lot more recordings if I didn't.
    However the way Fang Mei has her recordings set makes it a lot easier to use chinese in UTAU. (Also, I'm not sure about this, but I heard the pronunciation of the vowels change when it ends in "n" or "ng" ...Chinese is really confusing lol.)

    Btw there looks like theres a few typos when you made the list... like I think "bob u" & "nein en" is supposed to be "bo bu" & "nei nen" ..and the "oto" isn't supposed to be there lol.

    Fixed the errors.

    Well, I'll think about it...if it turns out my Korean/English accent is so bad the pronunciation doesn't end up changing, I'll just go, "Screw it!"

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