I've heard Ritsu's triphone list is pretty good. I have LOKE's reclist.
Whose triphones are the best, in your opinion(s)? :3
Sourbet wrote:I'm having the same problem but with a wider range of options... I'm not sure which reclist I should do. Ritsu's is killing me alive and I'm not even done with 1/4 of it. I'm just like, 'but Teto, Hiyori and Sora sound absolutely amazing!'
I really don't mind if it's a standalone voicebank or not.
Sourbet wrote: made it xD I have Hiyori's reclist but on my comp, I can upload later if you want. And the way Hiyori's creator recorded them is reaaaally weird...
UtauReni wrote:Sourbet wrote: made it xD I have Hiyori's reclist but on my comp, I can upload later if you want. And the way Hiyori's creator recorded them is reaaaally weird...
ooooo awesome ^^
weird how? weird in a good way? x3
I use slightly diffrent values to start off but that's pretty much it :D Start off with those values then move the offset until the overlap line (green) is at the end of the vowel and if the red line isn't at the end of the consonant I move itLupinAKAFlashTH2 wrote:I would suggest Teto's/Momo's/Sora's/Camila's list, but Loke's is a good too!
RITSU'S IS GREAT HOWEVER. It's a different oto technique though, at times.
A good way to oto (this is for the Teto list) is to have the consonant set at 450, and cutoff set at -650, then the preutter is set at 300 and the overlap is set to 100. Then you just move the offset value around in the editor. :D
Of course, for this method to work properly, you have to record with knowledge of beats.
Oh, and this version of triphones as a short repeat of the previous note as it switches to the next. It's normal, don't worry~
EDIT: OH MY GOD CAN I HAVE LOKE'S LIST PLZ?