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has to be able to sing to something
May 31 2005
02:05
hulagirl7
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how do I bring in a *.wav or *.mp3 for her to sing to?!?!?!?

Or do I just have to imagine what she’ll sound like when
i’m done, and import it into another application as a track?!

:? :? :? :?

Jul 4 2005
21:22
lakotah
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Hi,

No doubt there are better ways, but I use MIDI tracks (available from the net and http://www.magicrobot.com is a good MIDI search engine) and use a sequencer program (Sonar 4 – but most will let you import wav files/audio tracks) to put the vocaloid melody to the MIDI backing. It helps if you use a good sequencer as the plug in instruments such as are given with Cubase, Sonar, Logic, etc are of a high quality.

Also a bit of reverb, compression and EQ helps a treat

I also tend to write the vocaloid track in small sections and work on them until each line (or even word) sounds right.

Hope this helps
Ray

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