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Comparison demos with vocal lead
Mar 21 2004
20:22
roba
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The publicly-available Vocaloid demos sound pretty good, but most of them are not leads. I don’t know why not. Surely absolute perfection is not to be expected if the purpose is to (say) demonstrate a newly-written song, or provide rehearsal material for others to use.

(I subsequently removed some other information here, since it had an expiration date and is now obsolete.)

Mar 22 2004
11:46
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You need to form some solid conclusions and recommendations when you do a review, even if it is only based on hearing demos, otherwise it’s worthless in the writing sense, it just leaves the reading feeling, “Really? So what’s the bottom line then?” After reading your web page I still don’t know which one you prefer, or whether you like them both .. what do you conclude? Break a leg luv, and tell ’em what you think 8)

Mar 22 2004
14:16
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You say that most of the demos are not Vocaloid leads. Go to the Zero-G website at http://www.zero-g.co.uk/index……icleid=802 and there are 12 demos. Only two of them are with real singers on lead. All others feature leads by Leon and/or Lola.
Chris

Mar 22 2004
14:40
roba
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Andromeda is right: There are more leads in the Vocaloid demos. I was picking and choosing among more familiar songs, so I had a frame of reference, and only regarding pronounced (un-bended) words.

It’s not a matter of preference. I am merely suggesting that it would be helpful if there were more well-established, recognizable songs among the public demos. Modern songs couldn’t be exhibited without a license, I assume. But something such as the Lola “Ave Maria” is good, since it’s public domain, and familiar. On the other hand, public domain songs tend to be in an older style, so maybe they wouldn’t be attractive for contemporary studio work.

Mar 23 2004
00:58
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I’m sorry Rob, if your web page (below) isn’t a review, then what is it, what the point of it, why did you right it? You don’t say in the piece. Every piece of writing has a reason for writing it, a point or three, and a conclusion. What is the article’s purpose? Or were you just killing time on a rainy Sunday afternoon? <img class=” />

http://members.cruzio.com/~ra8…..l/casl.htm

Mar 23 2004
02:01
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… Actually, I WAS just killing time on a rainy Sunday afternoon. Makes me think that you (or another user here) are my choir director. Could be!

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