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Mirium Sings a Rainbow
Jul 5 2004
00:46
moog
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Just got my shiny new copy of Mirium yesterday. I have to say it’s better than I thought it would be.

I’ve submitted ‘Sing a Rainbow’ to the downloads section which was the song I used to learn the package.

It’s took about 8 hours of editing (all manual) and turned out better than I expected. There’s a few problems with pronunciation. I got the feeling that someone somewhere has been a bit tight with the number of phonemes on offer.

For example I found it difficault to get a realistic sound for the word “I”.

And don’t even get me started on the trouble caused by the words ‘Purple’ and ‘Orange’!

Also some of the consonents seem to get very lost like ‘b’ and ‘d’, even turned up to 127. So “And” has to be “Ant” with the “t” turned right down but it’s still a bit too ‘t’ like.

Have to have a bit more of a play.

Paul

Jul 5 2004
01:15
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I’m looking forward to hearing that. I want to hear a lot of Miriam before I decide to get her or Lola to add with Leon.

Jul 5 2004
09:34
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Hi Moog
I’ve had similar problems too with Lola. With a word like “and”, just listen to how a real singer sings it. Often the d is not articulated at all. It has worked for me by removing the d and making the n stronger. Sort of “Fish an’ Chips”. Here the “and” becomes “@n” or “Vn”.
Chris

Jul 6 2004
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Cool song, Miriam sound very brittish. :)

Cheers
Bob
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Aug 7 2004
21:19
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Moog, what post effects software programs did you use to add the compression and reverb? Thanks! It really sounds good.

Aug 7 2004
22:55
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[quote="alpines":16fcxa1h]Moog, what post effects software programs did you use to add the compression and reverb? Thanks! It really sounds good.[/quote:16fcxa1h]

Thanks.

I exported the WAV from vocaloid and brought it into Cubase SX2. I then added the two VST plugins on the channel:

Compression was done using the ‘Dynamics’ plugin that comes with Cubase.

Reverb was done using the ‘RealVerb Pro’ plugin which runs on the UAD-1 card from Mackie/Univerisal Audio.

Paul

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