Man, my internet and computer borked and I was without access for a week and half. Since it kept cutting in and out. But now I am back and hope to get caught up on some of my wiki tasks.
I am in the process of going through "Video game songs" and replacing the template with . This means taking any translated songs and placing them in a tab. I.E. キャットフード (Cat Food).
I am also doing touch-ups for the ==Background== section, it should match the intro seen in the layouts, with the song's title, vocaloid(s) featured, and producer(s) followed by any information that can be given about the song if not then feel free to leave that no further information could be given.
I am hoping to get more editors to fill out any 'missing' rhythm game entries in…Read more >
I will be (as the title states) off-and-on the Vocaloid wiki for a while. It mainly has to do with focusing and working on my primary wiki for relaxation purposes. I can be contacted through my talkpage and such but I may not engage in serious administrator tasks and requests. -- Bunai82 (talk) 22:55, September 28, 2016 (UTC)Read more >
Hello, my editing and admin...ing will be a bit slower as my old Compaq computer developed an issue with its power supply box. I am able to use my tablet and laptop, but since my desktop has much of what I work with when I edit wikis, things will be a bit hindering.
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tumblr entry in response to Porter Robinson, "Sad Machine". Coupled with Lady Gaga taking interest in Hatsune Miku.
If VOCALOID keeps getting more attention I wonder if it means more musicians will be interested in the technology. Since that was the original intention of the product to begin with. And with more funding even the smallest audio company will have a chance at creating stand out voice bank.
So I hope more producers see voice banks like AVANNA as a good English VOCALOID and asset for their music. I believe Zero-G and PowerFX deserve more credit for their contribution to the technology; both times they were the first to release a VOCALOID product for two engine generations. And then you have Voctro Labs, who has the very man that w…Read more >
This is a duplication of my ramble on tumblr, so I might not reply much if anyone comments. I just think it is suiting for here since I don't use the Blog feature much.
As of now the current count for commercially released voicebanks that are of female vocalists is 32 (Thirty Two). The current count for voicebanks that are of male vocalists is 15 (Fifteen).
I did not include the VY series, which is said to be avatarless (with no particular gender), and also VOCALOIDs that are not officially released to the public or are currently just concepts/developments.
Either way the amount of female Vbs that continue to be released (and are mainly Japanese) is increasing which is eclipsing and, in my opinion, shrinking the possibility of a company rele…
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