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Oct 29 2007
03:55
sol
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Anybody has a link to a tutorial? Moonspeak is killing me.

Dec 16 2007
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buttercupsaiyan
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I second that request because it’s not killing me, but I can’t get it to sing English.

Dec 18 2007
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I got the english patch but I still can’t get it to sing anything other than a~ there is NO phoneme transform button that I can see like in this tutorial: http://www.vocaloid-user.net/modules.ph … le&artid=2

Insert lyrics does nothing. My God, how do I get to the part that I can just type in the phonemes? What’s the magic button or key?

Can someone take a screenshot and circle in red what I push to simply TYPE IN the phonemes? I have spent HOURS trying to figure this out!

Dec 25 2007
12:44
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Insert the romaji, one syllable per letter and it will work perfectly. ^^

Feb 7 2008
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Anybody know any tips on how to make her speak english, or engrish?

Feb 7 2008
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You’ll have to convert to Romaji, I think; try an online dictionary like this to convert to Romaji (Japanese in Roman alphabet, rather than Hiragana or Kanji or Katakana), http://www.dicts.info/dictionary.php?l1

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Seiyu

May 30 2008
23:21
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[color=blue:w846cnoi] I’m using the english mod as well and I think I can help.

1. Check the lyric menu.

2. Check out the dictionary.

3. Click the Auto-prononce button.

4. On the top text box type out what you want in SYLLABLES.
(Please keep in mind that you need to register ONE syllable at a time) The bottom text box will hold your vocaloid’s pronuciation of that syllable, eg. is = I Z. You copy it and add it to the apropriate note. Once you register a word/syllable you can look back anytime as reference.

5. You can save all your syllable work on a dictionary file. You can make as many as you want.

For those who use japanese characters just pair off characters till it sounds like an english word. [/color:w846cnoi]

May 28 2009
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CosmicGamer,
thanks for your clear instruction. This really helps me a lot :D
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Jul 6 2009
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I second that request because it’s not killing me, but I can’t get it to sing English.
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Aug 3 2009
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@ Cosmic Gamer:

I’ve tried doing just that, and I am quite sure it works wonders for others, however, for me, she just, wont, sing. When doing it like that, what happens is that she simply ignores the note at hand.

Anybody have any idea beyond that? I’ve tried using Hiragana, but my Vocaloid version just ends up presenting the signs as questionmarks and pronouncing the typical "ah".

The only way in which I can get her to sing anything is by using a single syllable per note, heck, by using "insert lyrics" and using a space between each syllable, I can even type up words without having go to each individual one.

This does however leave some problems in that, whilst some syllables work, others wont work, even if I use Hiragana syllables.

So, I guess what little road I have left is to just make individual tones for each syllable of a word and try to make them sound natural. Anyone have any other thoughts or ideas?

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