Kenji ACT 1 versus a /possible/ Kenji ACT 2 Strong Append/Alternate Voice Material/Whatever

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    Kenji ACT 1 versus a /possible/ Kenji ACT 2 Strong Append/Alternate Voice Material/Whatever

    Post by LupinAKAFlashTH2 on Wed Aug 25, 2010 6:19 pm



    VOTE FOR THE WINNER. OR SOMETHING.
    Kenji ACT 1 vs. Kenji Strong
    Keiti ACT 1 vs. Keiti Strong

    Keiti Strong sounds like.... Satemaro. XDDD

    Really, this is just a "LET ME SHOW YOU WHAT THE HELL I'M DOING AND MAKE A COMMENT WAR GAME OUT OF IT" thread.
    Not really a GAME but yeah.

    ...But yay for new time-consuming recording method! ^^
    1. Record a sample in Reaper
    2. Transfer it over to FL Studio
    3. Open up Edison as a plug-in
    4. In Edison, set the record option as "Record when play"
    5. Press "Record"
    6. Normalize it
    7. Select white noise, get a noise profile
    8. Select all of the sound, remove noise.
    9. Save sample in a second voicebank folder.
    10. Open sound in Audacity or Reaper (I was smart and used Audacity)
    11. Normalize it there too, just in case.
    12. Export as a .wav in the normal voicebank folder.
    13. Test in UTAU, possibly oto your sample so you don't have to later.

    FL Studio and everything else made by image-line encodes .wav files in a way that UTAU doesn't like. (It makes UTAU think that the entire file is pure over-amplified static, and it won't let you make an .frq for it.) That's why re-importing into Audacity or Reaper is necessary for this method of recording.

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