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How to us Vocaloid in host?
Feb 9 2009
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Feb 7 2009

I am considering getting Vocaloid. I know little about it. I have gone through a few tutorials and I understand those. However, I am confused as to how you use Vocaloid as VST in a host. The tutorials show that vocaloid is a sequencer in itself. Then how does it work under another sequencer – do you sync them up? From what I am reading here, this may be a problem. Seems a lot of people are creating audio tracks and importing them.

I used to have an outboard JV-1080. It had great female "doohs" that you could drive with a midi track. Am I going to be able to recreate that with Vocaloid?


Feb 15 2009
Forum Posts: 268
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Feb 4 2004

Hi bentspoon,

Yes, most people use Vocaloid in standalone, and export the vocals as a wav into their music program. The Vocaloid VSTi can be problematic or unresponsive to many users :(

I suggest you download a demo and try it. If you can get the sound you want then fine, if not, then stick with your JV-1080.

I can’t remember off the top of my head which products have playable demos, but these 2 certainly do:
Meiko [url:119qztzz][/url:119qztzz]
Miriam [url:119qztzz][/url:119qztzz]

they are both quite old products now though :)

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