What's on your mind?
Did he quit or is he just taking a break? Does anybody know why it happened?
Hey all! I was wondering what is (who?) the Vocaloid voicebank with the deepest voice, not as in who can reach lower notes but who can reach HIGHER notes and still have a deep voice. In short, what would be the best voicebank for metal songs (a voicebank that sounds like Bruce Dickinson or Edu Falaschi).
If you think there isn't a voicebank like that, maybe an UTAU alternative? Thanks!
This is probably a silly silly question, but I bought Zero-G's Sonika and Avanna off their site and downloaded them like anyone else would, but I'm cautious about how to install them due to the fact that they have come as RAR files split into 2 parts with near identical contents albeit one part with reduced size. I contacted ZG and they simply have replied back with their install guide which didn't really answer my question.
So, do I need to extract both archives per VB and run which installer, or simply run the select installer without extraction?
I can add images featuring folder details tomorrow if needed, but the general gist is that the "part 1" rar is margins larger than the second part rar, despite the contents looking very much the same.
Theres a vocaloid song where a school girl writes in her notebook about her crush. She ends up folding it into a paper airplane and sending it out. The everyone finds out and theh bully her and its implied that she kills herself at the end.
So, here is a challenge for people to do, this is an old wikipedia game wherein you would ask "Find the connection between Fish and Cement" or something.
Following page links and trying to figure out the short clicks, can you go from one page to another.
*It can't be obvious (Miku and Luka... Is like 1 click as luka's on Miku's page in several places)
*You can't use navigation template clicks.
*When your done, post another challenge fro yourself
Kaito to Gackpo
Here is the quickest I could find:
So I can do it in 3 clicks of links.
So here is my starter, you must travel from pages;
LEON (Vocaloid1) to Cross-Synthesis
This should be a bit tough as I'm asking you to start with a V1 release page specifically over its mascot page, plus XSY wasn't a thing of V1.
As I was looking for songs on here, I noticed that a couple of songs that had lyrics before, but aren’t there now (for instance, Holy Lance Explosion Boy by Rerulili doesn’t have lyrics anymore despite previously having them (I had more examples but I forgot, sorry XD). Since the singer is Len, I assumed that it was because Len had been moved to Piapro, but there are other songs on the wiki by Len (and all the Crypton Vocaloids) that still have lyrics. Of course, there are countless songs by the Crypton Vocaloids that are still on the wiki with lyrics, so it’d be difficult to get them all. Does anyone know the reason behind this? I’m sorry i ask for so much, but thank you!
(Torikku oa torīto / Trick or treat!)
Greetings Shinigami and Sprites alike, your toolkit awaits!
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May your demons be with you!
For the naughty tricksters we have a kit which includes the following:
Goblin Slayer Season 1 DVD
Attack on Titan Season 1 DVD
Tokyo Ghoul Uta Funko Pop
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Tokyo Ghoul Complete Box Set
Mob Psycho 100 Blanket
Black Clover socks
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Spirited Away Bluray
Fruits Basket Bluray
Taito Project Diva Hatsune Miku Figure
Ouran High School Host Club Box Set (Vol. 1-18)
Fruits Basket Collector’s Edition Volume 1
Ghibli sticker collection
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Hi Friends , I am new to vocaloid . Can you please tell me how to recreate the vocaloid phrase pitch curve as highlighted in red in the attached picture.The phrase used is "Does she make you happy".Thank you very much.
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Mitchie M's new album coming out on November 6, 2019 should be covered here. When I have time I will start to create an article on the basics, and extra things like folders/badges/pins as exclusive pre-order items can be filled in later.
Again the album will have both a regular CD version, a CD & DVD version, and a vinyl version.
Though the album does contain Seraphim on the Ring (which will have a page on the Piapro Studio Wiki), most of the tracks on the album are related to the Piapro Characters as VOCALOID voices.
I just wanted to notify other editors on this since Mitchie M is still a prominent producer.
I have a 400+ playlist on Spotify called “(mostly) Vocaloid Japanese”, and I’m looking to add more songs to it. Could you give me some song suggestions? Thanks! Heres the link:
Though the Piapro collaboration site is willing to allow almost all VOCALOID voices/characters onto their site, Poppro seems to only cater towards the Piapro Characters. Which is okay.
There are many websites amateur and professional artists use. Examples would be deviantart, soundcloud, and Skype. I'm wondering, will Crypton and another company create an English language vocal synth collaboration website? Especially since there are so many (Miku, etc.) fans in the West. I know Crypton has no plan to release a website like this, but I'm just wondering if it could occur in the future.
I apologize if this post is sort of off topic considering the Piapro Characters will not be VOCALOID products in the near future. I thought this would be the best place to post this since Piapro caters to both Piapro Characters and VOCALOID characters.
Hi, i've been trying to find a song that I liked listening to back in 2014 but cannot for the life of me remember the exact title, the P name, or the account that uploaded the song. What few details I can remember, however, are:
1) The PV had a motif of boxcutters (it was raining exacto knives at one point), and (probably?) had a color scheme of grey blue. It ended with a quick animation of a boxcutter being stabbed into the ground
2) It had a fast tempo, with a breakbeat like sound
3) Miku had a hushed tone and not in her usual lively high pitch
3) The title started with "S" and ended with (iirc) "da". according to the uploader's translation notes, the title was a verb meaning "to cut" or something to that effect (can't remember the exact meaning, soz)
4) the lyrics dealt with a relationship detoriating or smth like that
Sorry if none of these are much help at all, I've tried googling different things to no avail :< I listened to a lot of novel vocaloid songs back in junior year, sucks that I remember almost none of them now T_T
Thanks in advance!! •u•
Once in a while I give this a go. So its been a few years and I felt its time to give it a go again.
So the object of the game is simple; Starting with myself as I'll write the first line to set us off. For example I could write "It was a bright and sunny day in the Internet household"
The next poster could add a sentence to continue the story, like "Cul woke up wondering what that noise is!".
You do not have to match the style of writing before you or even continue the theme. You can take the story in any directions, even around and around in circles, it doesn't matter, its just for fun. Your continuation can be cheesy, meme-like, romantic, more horror themed. We could take the story to a city, space, another universe, doesn't matter. serious or not serious, stupid or witty, its more about taking part then writing a good story.
So the first sentence will be from me;
It was raining that day in the village known as "Vocaloid" and a virtual singer was rushing home to get into the dry, wiping the water from the rain out of her eyes".
Though someone else on the Wiki directed me to this clip, I thought I would post it here to share with the rest of the community:
Here are some links of the real Hibari Misora singing (for comparison):
Makkana Taiyo Red Sun (with The Blue Comets):
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