Well, for once, I actually had something to contribute to the chat! We were talking about ways to save and draft writing. Of course, somehow it turned into me asking questions about phonetics, but, eh, at least I learned something.
I wonder how ambitious it is to start both another cover and using Engrish when I barely know what I am doing, all things considered. (I'm also gonna have to learn how to draw the UTAU I've been using - oops?)
To be totally honest, I always keep up with the general chat in the Discord server (even though I have pretty much nothing to contribute.) There is just so much that can be learned through reading some chat logs about Vocaloid.
YO, PEOPLE! You could use media/albums for more than just artwork! There are TONS of approved websites for embedding, but I want to mention Youtube, Soundcloud, and Bandcamp specifically! They be good for uploading your songs in rather than in a thread!
Someone talked to me about helping me set up a Mary Kay business, and, I'm not kidding you, my first thought was, "Oh! Now I can save up for what Vocaloids I want! Maybe even an audio mixer and a video editor!" XD
I experimented with the "Media" section of the site! I made an album called "Elsa12TMNT's artwork," and now if you click on "Media" on my profile you'll see it. I figured out both how to make an album and how to add to it (on desktop and mobile). I embeded my Instagram in it, and since you can comment and track stats on each piece individually without spamming the forum, I think it's better than one "art thread."
When I was making a list of what Vocaloids I'd be intrested in buying, I was pretty surprised at my preferences. For some reason, I'd really like to have tons of guy voices. I wonder if it's because of a subconscious "making up for" the fact that I don't have a guy's voice.
I'm working on my first ever UTAU cover (which is also my second attempt at a original UST as well) and I gotta say... it's been so much fun! It took me a while to learn how UTAU works and to come up with a decent workflow. Plus, I had to try to understand how Japanese works - every time I look at English in UTAU it flies straight over my head; I don't understand it.