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TuneRise New User Download - Retail Park
Jan 7 2005
15:37
tunerise
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Hi,

I’ve uploaded my first Vocaloid piece – Retail Park – see the Downloads section.

It features Leon, fairly sparingly at present, but I hope to add some more vocal ideas using Vocaloid in future.

Looking forward to any comments, tips, questions and general feedback.

Thanks,

Peter
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Feb 26 2005
19:04
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You have a very good and unique song. Vocaloid doesn’t do it justice, but I can imagine this being sung by real singers. Good harmony parts also.

Feb 27 2005
14:14
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Thanks gray, it’s great to get your feedback.

Peter

Mar 4 2005
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[quote:398bfjwi]I can imagine this being sung by real singers[/quote:398bfjwi]
True, but the use of Vocaloid somehow seems to add to the irony of the lyrics.

Mally

Mar 15 2005
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Thanks Mally though I still agree with gray’s comment. I think the final version will mix both Vocaloid and ‘real’ singers. (Thanks too by the way for your postive comments on the Retail Park download page.)

Having said that I do tend to think of Vocaloid as a ‘real singer’, albeit one with a highly distinctive qualities:)

There’s no doubt though that the Vocaloid voice can be made to sound mechanistic, which makes phrases imparting emotion sound a bit false and ironic. Which of course is a great and unique effect to utilise. And that was my intention with Retail Park.

Sometimes though I think Vocaloid can also sound a bit plaintive too, as if there is a real soul trapped in the machine. So perhaps Vocaloid can do both irony and pathos.

Peter
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