While we're on this topic, could I get a reclist for Teto's lite bank?
Romaji is preferred.
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suthethird wrote:OREMO comes with a nice reclist, actually.
However, I would never ever suggest using a lite list for triphones. It just annoys me when I have to use a lite list.
Take the time to use a standalone list. It's so much nicer.
Haloheroine wrote:I highly recommend, that if you are going to use a lite reclist, use Soras otos rather than Tetos.
...In fact, use Soras method of adding all the CV voice bank notes to the VCV voice bank will make it stand alone enough for it to work.
Teto is one of the reasons why VCV haters hate VCVs, though.
Her otos make her slurry and horrid really. >__>;
Also, both of these (the full OREMO reclist and the Teto reclist) are in the reclist download thread. =___=
It's there for a reason.
Also, I see no logic in the above statement.
If your UTAU is not user friendly from the start, then it will not get many users >_<;; trustmeIknowthesethings.
Never use a romaji VCV list.
They are so inconvenient you have no idea (sorry Myst, Sourbet, anyone else who uses them).
The plugin is really the easiest way to make a VCV ust, and it doesn't work on romaji. D:
Haloheroine wrote:You should probably test the voice with CV rather than lite. XD Easier.
:'C Oh, and I meant "like what soras did"
I mean when you've finished the voice bank, copy the CV bank (Frqs and wavs) into the VCV bank.
Then when you've done that, open the otos in notepad and copy the contents of the CV voice bank into the VCV voice banks otos (being careful not to overwrite anything).
Because that's what users need to do when they use lite banks. More convenient if the configurer (what?) adds them together in the first place.
Haloheroine wrote:...What do you mean?
I read the reclist XD
Find a hiragana > romaji list if you can't already read it (I'd recommend learning |: It's not that hard; just a syllabary, a smallish one at that).
But yeah. Having the voice bank on hand to check if you're reading it right/pronouncing it right is always a plus though.
Also, are you using OREMO or Audacity?
Haloheroine wrote::'CCC That doesn't work with VCV.
With CV it's fine because you can just alias it, but with VCVs it's really easier if you can just copy paste otos, without having to rename 130+ sounds.
It would be easier to just use romaji for CV, then alias it in hiragana.
and for VCV, just use a hiragana chart and look off that until you recognise the symbols. I learned a large part of the Japanese syllabary I know from trying to read Japanese manga with a hiragana chart, so yeah XD
Also, you'd need to find a romaji VCV list.
Which is a setback on its own :'C