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FL Studio Question
Apr 18 2008
23:17
vocaloid_fan1992
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[color=indigo:yxm5ii7p]How do you get Miku’s voice to FL Studio? I can’t figure it out. I know it can be done because on Youtube I watched a guy do it. ._.[/color:yxm5ii7p]

Apr 19 2008
11:37
Giuseppe
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Hi

This is not the apropiate forum to do this kind of questions,
so i have upload a demo video to answer this in my blog…

[url:vktu2z2x]http://giuseppevocaloid.blogspot.com[/url:vktu2z2x]

Thanks.

Jose

Apr 19 2008
17:36
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Thank you and I’m sorry, but I’m new here.

Apr 19 2008
18:54
Giuseppe
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Sorry, there are problems with the video I arrange it soon

Nov 5 2009
13:43
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As I’ve seen this Question a few times in this forum, I’ll answer it on this old post…

There are at least 3 ways, how to get her sing in FLStudio:
1. ReWire… This one doesn’t seem to work for me, but that’s propably because my computer is slow and old as hell… But the Basic Idea is the following:
– Set your Vocaloid Output to ReWire(Master)
– Add a "ReWire PlugIn" (Comes with FLStudio),
– Set the PlugIn to "Vocaloid2"

2. VSTI, well that’s the propably most annoying way to do it… Because the VSTI’s have been (at least for the japanese Vocaloids, and as I am a poor student I just could buy one Version… Miku ftw xD) messed with… Let’s say it like that, they are quiet unstable. But if you insist on trying it out:
– Load the: Vocaloid_Realtime Plugin in a new Channel
– For example add 4 notes and hit play
– Open the PlugIn and go to Lyrics Edit
– Type Na Ne Tsu Ka into the Textbox and hit the aA Button. Now it should play the lyrics Na ne tsu ka in the way your notes are arranged…
– But be carefull as I said, this is just a workarround method and I won’t recommend to use it for actual producing.

3. The best option in my opinion (at least for slow computers) is the following, but at the same time it’s the most exhausting xD:
– Make your song without Miku! But keep in mind that she’ll be singing as well. So add a Lead Synth which resembles her. It should be a clear sounding Synth. Play Mikus singing into the synth! For example: If you want her to sing her Nanetsuka, play 4 notes like a c e c in a proper lenght. For now you will hear it over the synth.
– Now that you have finnished the song (and the lyrics in your mind), export the Synth Channel as a Midi, open Vocaloid and import the file.
– You allready got the Idea – now you can simply work in the Vocaloid editor on the notes (Don’t forget to set the right tempo). And if you have finnished just export it as a wav file and load it in FLStudio… Miku Sings! And without killing your CPU xD…

And don’t forget: The more you love Miku the better she’ll sing xD…

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