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I will always love you by ME
Mar 27 2004
20:57
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Hey thanks RA for the rating. Doesnt seem to be many that realize the hours spent on this 1. I think its the best one I’ve done so far. Definitely the most time consuming anyway, though the Beatles tune I did was very close due to the number of voices involved.

Mar 27 2004
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It’s the Devil’s very own personal misery, isn’t it? I’ve paused work on my own tunes AGAIN today through continuing frustration. I’m dead fussy about my own tunes, and wonder sometimes if I’ll use vocaloid at all on them. Forgive me, I’m a bit tired. I think I’ll pick out/bash out a couple of covers that I think will be good for my “vocaloid lessons” probably later this week coming and schlap ’em up on the forum just for the sheer hell of it. When I was learning guitar I started with cover versions, so it’s still a great way to learn. Besides, it doesn’t hurt anyone to mash up an already famous tune does it? Or will it make someone angry? Who cares?! c’mon everybody!!

Mar 28 2004
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Problem with cover tunes is everyone knows what they’re supposed to sound like. And vocaloid dont sound like that. I been thrashing through some of my ancient sequences for new material. Problem is I usually have multiple voices on each track so I have to redo the melody to use it with vocaloid. I think a split track feature would be a good addition for vocaloid.

Mar 28 2004
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Split track feature? Interesting… explain/more detail on that for me please? What sequencer do you use? I always enjoy trying to come up with workaround solutions.

Mar 28 2004
14:47
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Would be a simple add to the software. Any notes in the same parallel instead of shifting with normalize, would split to 2 different tracks. That way you maintain harmony notes in the vocaloid track.

Mar 28 2004
14:51
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PS I use midilocator freeware with the 15 dollar piano roll upgrade. Most sequencers have split track function which only applies to drums or tracks with multiple channels in it. I like sequencing with this program, though it is lacking in some other features such as live instrument play.

Feb 15 2011
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Wonderful post… Very informational and educational as usual

Feb 17 2011
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very nice…

Feb 17 2011
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Luka Mitutoyo
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it seems to me like with the number of members the board has we should have more active posts ?

just my observation thats all

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