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    Spazz Komo

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    UTAU and Flags

    Post by Spazz Komo on Sat Sep 11, 2010 2:25 am

    I don't know what's up, but UTAU takes a whole hour just to resample a song if I use the special flags I need to make Metaru sound better. I've restarted my computer twice and nothing changes. I'm afraid to get a newer resampler cause I've heard they somtimes mess up the voice. What should I do?

    smeen

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    Re: UTAU and Flags

    Post by smeen on Sat Sep 11, 2010 3:15 am

    Check the space on your PC. And check your settings. (Make a screen of it for me, will you?)

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    Re: UTAU and Flags

    Post by BlazePyron on Sat Sep 11, 2010 1:27 pm

    Spazz Komo wrote:I don't know what's up, but UTAU takes a whole hour just to resample a song if I use the special flags I need to make Metaru sound better. I've restarted my computer twice and nothing changes. I'm afraid to get a newer resampler cause I've heard they somtimes mess up the voice. What should I do?

    Well, well, well. What a small world it is.

    resampler.dll SUCKS, DON'T USE IT!

    You might try fresamp: http://twitter.com/ameyaP_/status/12641592834

    However, I'm going to guess that the G-100 is what's taking so long. You can take that out if it's taking too long, it was just removing some of the bass of your samples, it's not that important.

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    Re: UTAU and Flags

    Post by zin on Sat Sep 11, 2010 1:43 pm

    ya it wont hurt to try using fresamp, it wont damage your utau's voice if you dont like it you can always go back

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    Re: UTAU and Flags

    Post by LupinAKAFlashTH2 on Sat Sep 11, 2010 3:43 pm

    Uh, resampler.dll is special.

    It can glitch. It resamples faster, especially with flags.

    Fresamp takes 30 minutes to render. D: It gives you higher quality sound, but sometimes it won't like your UTAU. It'll go PSHHH and make random glitches.

    Using the batch file resampler is also strange, because if you don't have everything set up before hand, it'l not even start generating, you'll get some kind of message instead. And some people just plain can't use the batch file resampler.

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    Re: UTAU and Flags

    Post by BlazePyron on Sat Sep 11, 2010 4:01 pm

    LupinAKAFlashTH2 wrote:Uh, resampler.dll is special.

    It can glitch. It resamples faster, especially with flags.


    It's nice that it does its work inside the program, but it will randomly make notes too soft, and it'll randomly give some notes really high feedback. It has computer tourettes.

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    Re: UTAU and Flags

    Post by R.K. on Sat Sep 11, 2010 6:23 pm

    I don't like Fresamp... it makes my UTAU sound nasally for some reason. D:
    I stick with resampler.exe. e_e

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    Re: UTAU and Flags

    Post by Chasing Fireflies on Sat Sep 11, 2010 6:37 pm

    BlazePyron wrote:G-100

    Whoa! o.o If you're using a g-flag with a capital G, the reason it's taking so long is because it's redoing all your .frqs. Change it to a lowercase 'g' and try playing it again, it shouldn't take so long this time. owo

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    Re: UTAU and Flags

    Post by BlazePyron on Sat Sep 11, 2010 7:14 pm

    Chasing Fireflies wrote:
    BlazePyron wrote:G-100

    Whoa! o.o If you're using a g-flag with a capital G, the reason it's taking so long is because it's redoing all your .frqs. Change it to a lowercase 'g' and try playing it again, it shouldn't take so long this time. owo

    Wait, I thought G-100 was the gender flag...

    G and g are two different flags? D:

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    Re: UTAU and Flags

    Post by Chasing Fireflies on Sat Sep 11, 2010 9:40 pm

    @Blaze
    Nope, the gender flag is "g-#" to make an UTAU sound more feminine, and "g+#" to make them sound more masculine (the # can be any number 1-100 but you'll usually want to keep it between 5 and 20ish). ^__^ I'm actually not sure if the uppercase G flag does anything besides regenerate your frqs, actually. XD;;

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    Re: UTAU and Flags

    Post by BlazePyron on Sun Sep 12, 2010 2:53 am

    Hmmmm, that's really weird. And I actually noticed a small effect when I used it, but I guess it must've been my imagination.

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