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Motherless Child, sung by Prima
Mar 9 2009
08:13
digitalrebel
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Hi everyone from a Newbie ;)

I am a singer in a rock band and I primarily bought Prima so that she can do my backing vocals. I bought it on Saturday and on Sunday I had a little go at it, trying the first short part of an old "negro spiritual". Check it out and tell me what you think. I might extend the song even further, and arrange more voices …

http://www.digitalrebel.ch/sometimes.mp3

:)

Mar 9 2009
10:26
Giuseppe
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I find it excellent!

Good combination of sounds and rhythm, the choruses sound great!.

I like it.

José

Mar 9 2009
11:57
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Oh, thanks … you seem to be the "master" yourself ;)

You may have noticed that the notes are sung "straight on" … but now I’ve seen your tips about sliding into the note a semi-toner lower … I will try that next time … what, from your experience should be the ideal length for this? 1/32th of a note?

Mar 9 2009
12:29
Giuseppe
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I really liked your adaptation of this spiritual.

You have started to use very good the Prima voice,

Certainly the voice sounds "flat", but with great musicality and the choruses are really well.

You can do great things with Vocaloid.

Feel you free to ask any questions, in this forum you will find the answer.

José :D

Mar 9 2009
12:39
Giuseppe
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[quote="digitalrebel":3q9qszb2]Oh, thanks … you seem to be the "master" yourself ;)

You may have noticed that the notes are sung "straight on" … but now I’ve seen your tips about sliding into the note a semi-toner lower … I will try that next time … what, from your experience should be the ideal length for this? 1/32th of a note?[/quote:3q9qszb2]

Sorry, to make this there is no a fixed measure, all depends on the sound effect that you want to give in this note, and if you edit the vibrato (a bit faster) voice sound better.

José

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