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    Post by BluePaperclip on Sat Sep 11, 2010 12:03 am

    Ok so I decided I might take the time to record my very own voicebank for UTAU (yay), and it sure is alot of fun (besides my crappy mic).

    Anyways, I was testing out some of the sounds I had already rendered in REAPER, edited the parameters and all that good stuff. But as I play a couple of notes, the beginning of the note ALWAYS seems to overlap the previous note. I tried playing around with the overlap parameter, but I could never figure out why it was doing this. Could anyone lend me a hand?

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    Post by SingingRobotStalker on Sat Sep 11, 2010 12:42 am

    Hey, there!

    I had a problem like this once.

    Okay, first always make sure that you didn't set your sound files to have a lot of overlap in the oto.

    (I'm not trying to treat you like you're dumb or anything, I have forgotten this stuff before myself, fffft.)

    Then, after entering a note, right click it and select Property/Note Property (depending what yours says) and check the two white boxes below the boxes labeled "volume" and "modulation/mod". Make sure they are not gray, and are blank/clear when you do this.

    Let me know if this helps, please. ^_^;
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    Post by BluePaperclip on Sat Sep 11, 2010 1:18 am

    Thanks so much for the reply!! <3
    I tried your method, SingingRobotStalker, and I sadly didn't get any results. I just decided to trash my previous frequency maps and my oto, and just redo it. Now it's not overlapping ^^. But thanks so much for the suggestion.

    So the next thing on my agenda is working out the "p" sounds I have in some of my samples. X3
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    Post by LupinAKAFlashTH2 on Sat Sep 11, 2010 1:49 pm

    It's the oto. I'm going to imagine preutterance is very high. Screenshot your that samples oto for me?
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    Post by Guest on Sat Sep 11, 2010 2:14 pm

    it kinda also makes it seem like it has a crapton of overlap because you're zoomed in all the way xDD;;
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    Post by SingingRobotStalker on Sat Sep 11, 2010 3:52 pm

    BluePaperclip wrote:Thanks so much for the reply!! <3
    I tried your method, SingingRobotStalker, and I sadly didn't get any results. I just decided to trash my previous frequency maps and my oto, and just redo it. Now it's not overlapping ^^. But thanks so much for the suggestion.

    So the next thing on my agenda is working out the "p" sounds I have in some of my samples. X3
    Ah, it was the oto then. XD

    Already, sorry I couldn't help, good luck to you, though. ^_^

    For "p" try not to think too hard about the consonant--otherwise it ends up either too strong or almost nonexistent.

    /shuts up
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    Post by BluePaperclip on Sat Sep 11, 2010 5:52 pm

    Luna wrote:it kinda also makes it seem like it has a crapton of overlap because you're zoomed in all the way xDD;;
    Hah even when zoomed out it still has a crapton of overlap. It really made me frustrated. Thank zeus I fixed it. ^^
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    Post by BluePaperclip on Sat Sep 11, 2010 5:55 pm

    SingingRobotStalker wrote:Ah, it was the oto then. XD

    Already, sorry I couldn't help, good luck to you, though. ^_^

    For "p" try not to think too hard about the consonant--otherwise it ends up either too strong or almost nonexistent.

    /shuts up
    Hah I see what you mean. When I recorded my "p", it seemed kinda strong. I think I also have the same problem with "wa" as well. X3
    But then again I came into knowing very little so I guess it's all just something I need to learn. Yay for learning! <_<

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