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Make vocaloid vers, bridge, ref oriented.
May 19 2004
08:01
bobyordan
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Hi guys/gals

Mostly when I make songs I eg copy/paste the ref part. Now in vocaloid you got to make the doubles of the same ref phrases. Would be cooler if the same part of a song was reused, when it is just a copy. Perhaps this can be done today also. But would prefer to specify a number of bars and called that eg vers1, vers2, bridge, ref then specify the order they should be played back to match the music in the song. Each part could have it’s own window.

eg

vers1
bridge
vers2
ref
ref
ref

May 19 2004
21:48
gray
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Would be nice if vocaloid had a highlight, copy and paste in the program. Repeated verses and bridges would be much easier then. and a copy all parameters for each track would be good also.

May 20 2004
00:31
vocaleaner
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HI,

I agree with this line of thought, it would certainly simplify things. The best way I find to get around this is, once I have a complete verse and chorus of a song I split them in seperate files, change the lyrics accordingly and rename the files as i.e. “In your eyes_verse 1″, “In your eyes_verse 2, chorus etc. Save as wave files, once satisfied. Then when I get to my sequencer, I go into song mode and copy each files where they need to be within the arrangement and process. Any timing errors I come across is rectified in Cool Edit wave editor.

I don’t know if this is how most of you work with your sequences. But this is the best way at the minute.

Thanks

Robert

May 20 2004
07:33
andromeda
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Hey guys, Vocaloid does have highlight copy and paste. Just use the mouse pointer and “draw” a rectangle around the notes you want to copy. They become highlighted. You can then cut or copy and paste. (Edit menu or Ctrl-C, Ctrl-X, Ctrl-V) When pasted or highlighted you can move all the notes in a block by just dragging one of them.
Chris

May 20 2004
13:41
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RTFM, as they say <img class=” /> . I read the manual during a particularly cold and wet day here in Hell….. <img class=” />

May 20 2004
23:56
gray
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Oops. Forgot to read that part. Musta only read the worthless parts.

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