English CVC reclist Koreran CVC reclist
I know usually we're against having CVC recordings-
but there's a way to do it, organized, and neat. EVE/
Also, it gives you a voicebank somewhat similar to Renzoku. (Actually more like inbetween a normal bank and Renzoku)
Here's how it's configured:1. CV (Consonant-Vowel)
(Bare with me, I'm using Korean as an example, since I haven't finished recording and setting English yet.)
This is configured as usual.
...If you don't know how to do CV settings, I suggest you not attempt CVC yet... ㅎ__ㅎ;;2. VC (Vowel-Consonant)A. Unvoiced Endings
...Say "jump" and say "jumping"...
the P in "Jumping" is voiced, the P in "Jump" is unvoiced. In Korean all the endings besides ㄴ, ㅁ, ㅇ, and ㄹ are unvoiced, and even in English, there's a lot more unvoiced endings than you expect.
First of all, the settings for Overlap and Offset should be the same in all of your VC recordings.
The Top of Note (redline) should go at the end of the vowel, right before it begins to fade out... this is where the unvoiced consonant is.
The pink space should go past the Top of Note and cover most of the fading out of the recording. (Leaving no sound in the white space may or may not result in your notes working.)B. Voiced Endings
These work just like renzoku.
The Top of Note goes right after the vowel fades completey... I don't think I really have to explain much on how to do these.
So this is the technique I've used for Korean... and I'm planning to use on English... except in English, there's endings that are voiced, but don't register a note (such as S) I'm planning to do those similar to unvoiced endings, though.
Anyways, if I summarize this-
Recording wise- this takes the same amount of time as CV... but takes more time to set, but not as much as renzoku does... So the product is sort of between them as well, though it is possible to get a result similar to VCV by using CVC recordings.