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we've above C4 - what to do
Jan 12 2006
20:33
penny
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Hi,
I’ve been stuggling with getting the word “We’ve” to not sound so chipmunky … I did change the Phenome from [u:2ue15jy7]w i:[/u:2ue15jy7] to [u:2ue15jy7]w I [/u:2ue15jy7]and that helped a bit, but I seem to be stuck…any suggestions?
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penny

Mar 4 2006
04:12
gray
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Occasionally I’ve solved this type problem by placing the last sound in the following word. example; ‘shes’ doesn’t pronounce properly and changing phenomes don’t help, next word in song is ‘not’. Solution; ‘she snot’ This makes the second s in ‘shes’ sound out better. ‘We’ve’ might be a harder word to solve. Also, changing phenomes to purposely mispronounce a word sometimes gets a better sound for the word. try a wh phenome in place of the w. This might accent the long e pronunciation a little. Long e and short i seem to have a nasal sound with vocaloid.

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