我的中文不太好。。。 I don't know Chinese that well to have a full conversation with anyone and can only read/write a little. However, do not allow this to intimidate you into not asking me questions or talking to me. I don't mind if you write to me in Chinese, in fact, I encourage everyone to write in the language they are most comfortable with, but I will take a lot longer to respond back.
Explained here but typically these are suspected to not be official. The wiki only tolerates official links for the videos or reprints when the producer explicitely gave the permission (which is very rare). Other reprints and unofficial video uploads are forbidden on the wiki :)
I've been wondering if the "SING Girls" and the "SING Girls' Group" YouTube channels are official or not. I would like to know why you think they are unofficial.
The only reason would I think they could be unofficial is that YouTube is banned in China, but some other famous people from China have YouTube channels, too. (using VPN) I think this is quite confusing, though. I hope you think about this. :)
Edit: The "SING Girls' Group" YouTube channel has an email for business in their channel info.
It does seem that the SING Girls' Group channel is the legit one, based on the description of the mainland CPOP channel and the Vietnamese fanpage. I suspect that the mainland CPOP channel is an authorized uploader too, from the look of their Weibo.
Hm, it's hard to verify without proper confirmation.
Upon inspection of the yt links you have added in those derivatives, I can confirm that they are indeed reprints, that saying bc the reprint videos link to their actual (?) yt channel~
For your added edit, have you been confused with the reprint channel and the legitimate (?) one? I'm pretty sure the reprint channel doesn't have an email displayed in their 'about', but the legitimate (?) one has~ ^^"
(added some ? bc I'm not sure but it does look legit ^^")
Edit: Refer to Lyn; and yes, without confirmation, we can't be really be sure about the other channel/s. (My reply was added when I didn't notice Lyn's reply yet, so yeah. e.e)
Yes, I have been confused about if both SING Girls 【CPOP】and SING Girls' Group are official YouTube channels by SING.
The videos by SING Girls 【CPOP】has links to SING's official website, the SING Girls' Group official YouTube channel and their social media, and each member's social media. On their "about" they both say that their channels are from China. SING Girls 【CPOP】has also uploaded videos by Qigu Culture and "CPop Recommendations", and other kinds of videos. I found out that Qigu Culture also has bilibili.
So either the channel is operated by Qigu Culture/SING or they reprint videos from SING's and Qigu Culture's bilibili.
I thought about creating a producer page for T2o (Li Maoyang), since he is quite popular and released several songs featuring Luo Tianyi, Yuezheng Ling, Yanhe and Xin Hua. His popular songs for the SING Girl Group were also released as Vocaloid versions on bilibili. And he wrote several other Vocaloid songs, too. So we can add song pages on Vocaloid Wiki and Vocaloidlyrics. I would like it if more song information was added, but I don't know if we should mention the SING Girls in it since they are not related to Vocaloid.
Wow, I am impressed how you could add so many pages and information in an hour!! And how quick you researched for information! Uhm...do you have any tips about how you can edit so many pages that quickly? This is amazing.
All of the other pages were already made prior to making the producer page. In fact, in order for a producer page to exist, there must be at least 1 song page (or maybe an album page, but I have to ask about that first) existing on the wiki first.
Producer pages don't generally take that long for me, but that depends on how many song and album pages exist for the particular producer. Very few Chinese producers listed at this wiki have too much that it may require subpages.
I don't really have any tips tbh. It's years of practice. For me, that is 7 years worth of experience. ;w;
I noticed that you added 初嵐 (Chūlán) to Hatsune Miku/Notable songs list, Million 2017 at 21:23, April 20, 2020. Does this mean that you saw it reach 1 million views on YouTube at that time? Or at some earlier time? We did not record the exact time for it, so I look forward to receiving your reply on this, thank you!
(PS: My English is not very good, don't mind it. XD)
Even though her creator still told people to "give her some time to grow", Gardenia was still attacked, and finally he disowned her. And she disappeared forever...
Do you really think she deserved all that hate? I mean, her first performance was a bit lackluster... And her design? Sure, she looked an awful lot like Miku, but isn't that what almost every Fanloid or UTAU looked like in the beginning? (Gardenia became an UTAU later on...)
I don't really have an opinion on Zhizi. She's a good UTAU with a nice following. Many early UTAU take on elements of Crypton VOCALOIDs. It's nothing new. Unless serious plagiarism was committed, I don't think any of it was a big deal.
Fans can be very irrational over things. If they were harassing the owner, then that's really not okay, but irrationality is not new either. Don't forget that YANHE received a lot of hate in the beginning... of course it didn't help that the company could not explain the reason, but fans still do very drastic things sometimes.
We can only do so much to talk it out with others, but what happens happens.
Yeah, TBH I don't know /that/ much about Zhizi. I've only listened to her vocals when adding covers in derivatives. Majority of the covers listed on the pages are usually going to her for UTAU or Lian Hua for Sharpkey/DeepVocal. So for what it seems, people seem to like using her UTAU at least... or else I would never see her.
Otherwise, I don't know much of her background and I don't dig deep into it. XP