missingpixiesticks wrote:Just record the sound bank as you do the songs. You know, when you get to a sound that you don't have ... just record one. That's what I'm doing, and that's why everything is taking loooooong ¬___¬
Ahniaeyo~ Don't do thattt~ 8A8;;;;
You want to make a voicebank in an organized way, so you make sure you don't miss anything. ;u;/
If at all, have a list of vowel sounds, and record the consonants as you go, but going at it randomly will take forever, and you wont even be sure if you have the fullest set possible. 8u8;;;
Doing a set of languages unrelated to each other sounds kind of odd, unless you're planning on doing EVERY VOWEL AND CONSONANT IN THE WORLD. @A@;;;
Like, I understand an UTAU doing sets like East Asian Languages together (Chinese, Korean, and Japanese) because the languages are phonetically closest to each other than with any other languages. (Like, Romance languages, such as Spanish, Portuguese, Italian, and French go together, and English and German are the same catergory of language) But even then, in each individual language, theres different dialects and pronounciations;;; (Like, even though I am Korean, I can't speak/pronounce Northern Dialect, even though I can understand it)8u8 /walloftext
SO IF YOU SKIPPED THAT BIG OL BLOCK OF TEXT, basically, Syo's the type that believes Voice Actors should stick with recording languages they speak, since they won't be able to pronounce foreign languages accurately.
BUT if you wanna go through with that Polyglot project, I suggest using the X-SAMPA and making a list, its going to take tons of patience and time to do. eAe;;