How to I make my ri note sound right

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    Post by LilliaDiamond on Fri Mar 12, 2010 9:21 am

    so my Utua would sound okay if it wasn't for her horrible ri I can't fix it I've re recorded it a few times anything you think I should do?
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    Post by atoms2ashes on Fri Mar 12, 2010 10:35 am

    Usually, most people pronounce it as a soft rolled R. Others like "lee".

    Though it would help if you listen to the samples of other VB's.
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    Post by Catarsis on Fri Mar 12, 2010 10:47 am

    The Japanese "ri" is pronounced with a soft "r", not with a rolled "r".
    Japanese doesn't have "l", so they pronounce "r" like a "l".
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    Post by atoms2ashes on Fri Mar 12, 2010 10:50 am

    vodKata wrote:The Japanese "ri" is pronounced with a soft "r", not with a rolled "r".
    Japanese doesn't have "l", so they pronounce "r" like a "l".

    A soft rolled r. Not a complete rolled r.

    And I thought that a soft r still sounds the same as a normal r?

    Or...am I misunderstanding things?
    Please forgive me.
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    Post by Catarsis on Fri Mar 12, 2010 11:14 am

    atoms2ashes wrote:
    vodKata wrote:The Japanese "ri" is pronounced with a soft "r", not with a rolled "r".
    Japanese doesn't have "l", so they pronounce "r" like a "l".

    A soft rolled r. Not a complete rolled r.

    And I thought that a soft r still sounds the same as a normal r?

    Or...am I misunderstanding things?
    Please forgive me.

    ehm I get confused too >_> I'm Chilean.
    Spanish has soft "r", rolled "r" (sometimes written as "rr") and "l"
    So...I think Japanese "r" is like Spanish soft "r", but it can sound like a "l" too.
    Anyways, my voicebanks have "r", "rr", and "l" phonemes.
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    Post by Misha on Fri Mar 12, 2010 1:27 pm

    The japanese 'r' is like a 'd'& r'& l' combined.
    So yeah, Macne Nana is the best example IMO. Her 'r sounds are pretty awesome *_____*
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    Post by Chasing Fireflies on Fri Mar 12, 2010 1:49 pm

    It's like an r and an l combined, pretty much. Try saying 'r' but curl your tongue upwards a bit. It's a lot like the soft Spanish 'r' (as in, like, 'deportes'), if that helps. ^__^
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    Post by Misha on Fri Mar 12, 2010 2:15 pm

    Ok yeah so make the da sound. See how it hits the roof of you mouth? Ok now instead of da say ra with the same movements. That's how I do I anyway.
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    Post by Catarsis on Fri Mar 12, 2010 8:36 pm

    Chasing Fireflies wrote:It's like an r and an l combined, pretty much. Try saying 'r' but curl your tongue upwards a bit. It's a lot like the soft Spanish 'r' (as in, like, 'deportes'), if that helps. ^__^

    YEAH! That's what I'm taking about xD
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    Post by kisekixkoe on Mon Mar 15, 2010 2:34 am

    Japanese tend to lean towards making a "L" sound with their R sounds.
    So Ri, would be like rLee

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