My recording microphone's completely dead, so in the mean time I thought I'd ask a few questions regarding UTAU. I might as well start preparing for when I do get to recording.
See, I want to start out with a bang. I don't want to release the first act until I know it's well balanced. So my question is, how does one create a well balanced voice bank? From what I've noticed, a lot of the Japanese UTAUloids such as Teto and Momo have very charming and well balanced voice banks even for their first acts.
My first guess was to try referencing voice banks, but I was told that was a big no-no. I'm a bit confused as to why, but I'll take that person's word for it.
By no means do I wish to come off as a perfectionist, but I'd appreciate really good advice on making a solid voice bank that's not only pleasant to listen to, but pleasant to work with.
Thanks in advance!