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overcoming the problem of vst in sonar7: VocController?
Nov 7 2008
21:20
alzi
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hello vocaloid friends
i am a new user of vocaloid
and i stumbled with the uselessness of its vst in sonar
but it happens that sonar is my basic compositional platform
and i am not finding it very practical to compose in the vocaloid editor
so i am asking for help

i saw here, in a tutorial, something about a vst program called VocController
and it seems to me that another vst maybe could do the bridge i am needing (to control vocaloid by midi)
but i could not access any site of tazman audio

does anyone who knows this program (or any other)
have some light for me?
or even know a link (that works) for me to download the program and try it out for myself?

thanks very much for any help

alzi

Nov 30 2008
03:22
maiki
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I am also a Sonar user, and have Vocaloid I Miriam. (Don’t know if it’s different with 2.)

Yes, from what I tried, the Vocaloid VST in Sonar is useless. I never use Vocaloid that way. I don’t know if it’s better in Voc 2.

Export the MIDI file with the melody you want from Sonar, as a MIDI file. If you put lyrics in it in Sonar, they are mostly read in Vocaloid, after pressing the phoneme transform button, although needing a few corrections. (Hint–don’t use any punctuation in the lyrics in Sonar, as that will mess Vocaloid up.)

Open that MIDI file in the vocaloid editor, and get it to how you want it. (It will definitely need some correction in lyrics-phonemes, even if you entered lyrics in Sonar.)

When you got it how you want it to sound in Vocaloid, save as .wav file. Then import that .wav file to an audio track in Sonar.

The VST idea would be nice, but I never got it to work.

Dec 1 2008
16:39
alzi
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thats it
thanks for the tips

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