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First song with vocaloid lyrics
Mar 18 2011
00:52
djamel
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Hello everybody,

You can find at the following adress my first song with Vocaloid Myriam.
All the voices are made using Vocaloid, main voice and choirs.

Give me your opinion about the song, don’t hesitate to critisize.
My email is : djamel.gougam@orange.fr

The song is at : http://www.myspace.com/heartscape2/music

Hope you like it.

Musically

Djam

Mar 18 2011
03:28
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You made the choirs in VOCALOID? Seriously? They’re amazing!
And besides that, love the song. Beautiful. It really is… And MIRIAM’s vocals are wonderful as well. You’re very good at using VOCALOID. Love it~ Looking forward to more~

Mar 30 2011
18:16
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Hello,

The song is at : http://www.myspace.com/heartscape2/music

I forgot : the song is entitled "Seventy Nine"

Tell me if you like

Djam

Mar 31 2011
00:57
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Hi , enjoyed the song, but I think you mixed the tracks backwards. Your backing tracks are twice as loud as the Vocaloid tracks. Shouldn’t it be the other way around. Yeah, I know a lot of pop music lip syncing singers are so bad that is the way a lot of Top 40 music is mixed. But I always want the singers to be louder than the backing tracks.
Happy Vocaloid Singing
Timothy Kelly
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Sep 28 2011
11:31
shazinaz
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Great post really.

Sep 28 2011
22:51
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Hello Everyone
Global Pop Music, including J Pop often buries the vocal tracks in the mix, so far that the vocals might as well not even be there.

One reason Elvis and the Beatles were always so popular, you could always hear and understand the vocals clearly.

Same for the best rock bands.

Bands with weak singers and weak song lyrics that are forgetable as fast as you hear them, they have good reasons for making the instruments twice as loud as the vocals.

Happy Vocaloid Singing
TeachYourselfSinging

Sep 29 2011
09:42
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very nice..

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