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Where's the button to make it sound like a beautiful woman?
Mar 1 2004
17:53
willymac
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http://www.legacy-music.com/lo…..achine.mp3

Need some help. Are the words intelligible?

Thanks :)

Mar 1 2004
18:16
yorkie
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Hi. I think you’re getting there. I could just about make out the words although I had to have several plays to be sure; partly I think because your vocals are sitting fairly well back in the mix.

Keep going

Pete

Mar 1 2004
23:17
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Vocaloid can be anything you want, anything you need .. oh baby :D

Nice harmonies willymac.

Have you thought of working with less words at a time. I mean, start with ‘I could be’ and work on that in an audio processing program until it sounds right, then work on ‘anything you want’, and so on. I think that trying to listen to too many words and getting so many words right at any one time is too much of a task, especially for Vocaloid itself.

Mar 1 2004
23:52
gray
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A button to make it sound like a beautiful woman?? You pervert!! lol I got Leon to sound like a female opera singer in 1 of my files. Its in the downloads here. Why dont you post your mp3 here? In fact why dont you post the vocaloid file and a midi with it, That way folks can intereact on each others knowledge base. I can learn from you, you can learn from me kinda deal. I have several songs in midi format posted for Leon but they would work with Lola too. The button is actually a pencil and click the gender thing at bottom left of track. Then draw a wave form in the approx, area you want the vocal to be.

Mar 2 2004
22:24
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Have you tried reducing the harmonics level to about 30. This gives a more breathy, sultry sound to Lola. 8) Keep notes within a realistic singing range or you get the chipmunks effect.

Also try leaving a reasonable space between each word where pronunciation is an issue. Vocaloid needs time to switch between the sounds that different consonants make. It isn’t such an issue with vowel sounds.

Mar 29 2004
16:52
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Top tips! Certainly hits the (Zero)-G spot!

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