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Is there any way to let Miku drop vowels?
Mar 22 2008
19:29
apsness
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I just started using this a few days ago so I’m pretty much a noob on this.

I’m trying to let Miku say the word "like" so I input the syllables ra-i-ku and when she sings it, it sounds pretty similar to like except for the "ooh" sound in the end.

is there any way to let her drop the "u" vowel in the end so she just pronounces "raik" without the "ooh" sound?

also any list for phonemes for vocaloid2? i believe the phonemes you have in the tutorial section are for the english vocaloid not the japanese vocaloid2

thanks in advance! ^_^[/url]

May 23 2008
06:00
aethlin
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Symbol Sample (in romaji)
a ai
i ima
M uta (the u)
e egao
o omoi
k kokoro
k’ kibou (k when followed by i)
g genki
g’ giri (g when followed by i)
N ongaku (nasalized g)
N’ kagi (nasalized g followed by i)
s sadame
S shiawase (the sh sound)
z kizu
Z iji ( the j)
dz zuboshi (z on the beginning of a word)
dZ jibun (j on the beginning of a word)
t taido
t’ baraeti (t followed by i)
ts tsuki
tS inochi (ch)
d daichi
d’ merodi (d followed by i)
n namida
J nioi (n followed by i)
h hana
h mahou (h inside a word)
C hinagiku (h followed by i)
p fushigi
p’ fianse (f followed by i)
b boku
b’ bijin (b followed by i)
p posuto
p’ piano (p followed by i)
m manako
m’ mirai (m followed by i)
j yume (the y)
4 sora (the r)
4′ rikutsu (r followed by i)
w watashi
N jikan (n on the end of a word)

this is what I know of, though I haven’t tested them all yet, since I’m quite new to the programmyself. I think that for ‘like’ you might want to have the phonemes 4 a i k
instead of the 4 a i k u the program (probably) generated. not sure if it will work though.

May 24 2008
11:30
Giuseppe
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All users have to see the file pdf, all the phonemes are there

May 24 2008
11:37
Giuseppe
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A magnificent tutorial exists in this page. I recommend to everybody that should see it

May 24 2008
19:28
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[quote="Giuseppe":2chlfc19]A magnificent tutorial exists in this page. I recommend to everybody that should see it[/quote:2chlfc19]

Which tutorial? I can not find it.

Aug 30 2008
23:50
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for " like" it would be " 4 a i k "

Aug 31 2008
07:00
Giuseppe
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Also try (4 a j k), The vowel "a" is more longer

Sep 29 2008
01:09
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might be a bit off topic, but is there any way to make her sing a double consenant like so[u:3sikuofd]tto[/u:3sikuofd]mawaru. i think it’s a mini tsu written in kana before the letter u want duplicated, but the program freaks out when i try to fake japanese with IME (i think that’s what it’s called i forget) and just accepts it all as ??? [a]. well regardless i’m using the last vowel in it’s place right now to try to fake it (so-o-to" ").
how do you get the phonemes to work? dictionary seems broken on both versions of the program (modified to eng/semi broken and original without the .bak mods) just type them into the notes directly or gotta dictionary translate/register them 1st? i always get like the default [a] if i type anything fancy besides the regular kanas.

Sep 29 2008
07:08
Giuseppe
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I use some tricks to do the double Italian consonants,
The double consonants (tutto) (ecco) do not have sound,
a silence is done in the half.

I cut the word in the half doing a small silence, (tu) ( ) (tto), (e) ( ) (cco).
The result is the correct pronunciation of these double consonants, but I don’t know if this can help you.

Oct 8 2008
18:19
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i dont know japanese so it helps a lot lol. im only guessing i do see ppl using a lot of spaces in the few songs they show the actual program instead of picts/ mmd etc. but my biggest problem is the timing, trying to learn an inst so i can get it right it seems to just add to the problems, i think it has to do with the velocity bars on the bottom, although it still sounds robotic if the note is too short 1/16th notes i can never get to sound right. trying to use math to calculate timing to frame/ time isnt helping much either. maybe im just shooting too high. way off topic now – (sorry)

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