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  • One thing that I still don't understand is why the happy-sad songs and sad-happy songs becoming phenomena in the voicesynth music scene? .w.
    Idk it's saddening or not, but seems like people justify that average of voicesynth enthusiasts are japanophiles/weaboos/you name it.
    Chia-P
    Chia-P
    It's probably because the majority of voicesynth users insist on using Japanese/Chinese/anything but English.
    uncreepy
    uncreepy
    Well, V5 seems to be aimed at "normal" producers (with Amy, Chris, Ken, Kaori having plain designs and coming with the software), maybe some people will change their minds.
    Learning different tuning workflow even the hardest one ✗
    Wanting every single voicesynth to have on-note pitchdrawing method ✓✓✓
    One thing that I still don't understand about Korean language is tensed consonants.

    For those who have knowledge about the language, could you explain to me what is it and what's the difference with ordinary consonants?
    ZAR-PARTY
    ZAR-PARTY
    in Google Translate and click on the Play button.

    I'm not sure if there is a way to explain this more precisely. Anyway, in Korean you probably don't put symbols in between, something else, but the point of both should be the same since there is no other way to change consonant sounds. At least I don't know any other ways.
    uncreepy
    uncreepy
    I don't know Korean, but I got curious and looked on Google. This https://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/Korean/Essential_Pronunciation_Rules explains, but it's complicated. Reddit said tensed consonants are pronounced the same as lax consonants, but your throat literally pronounces with constricted muscles. http://www.101languages.net/korean/consonants.html said "Most Korean consonants come in three versions..."
    uncreepy
    uncreepy
    "...namely unaspirated (without a puff of air), aspirated (with a puff of air) and tensed (stressed). Tensing isn't really found in English, but pronouncing the consonant quick and hard is a reasonable substitute." Maybe listen to pronunciations on YouTube?
    Who the hell runs Yamaha's SoundCloud account? Seems that they reposted an EDM track that has nothing to do with Vocaloid.
    My native English friends! Could you explain to me what is overpronouncing in terms of English singing?

    As a learner, I still don't get why some singing is considered as overpronounced, but I can never understand many English singers.
    uncreepy
    uncreepy
    It's when the singer is pronouncing words in an unnatural way that's hard to take seriously (over-exaggerated, singing too carefully so each word is understood by the listener, but ends up being pronounced/stressed incorrectly).
    summers50
    summers50
    The way you pronounce a word is affected by the word before, after, the dialect, and the context. With singing, its more enunciated and sometimes pronounced differently(as i said, within the context) generally for more intelligibility.

    Using a certain pronunciation is an artistic choice that lends to the singer's personality and/or the musical choices within the song.
    I find it hillarious that misheard lyrics is a real thing for English songs, but there is no such thing for my native language.
    I think Eleanor's design is already suitable for the voice. But my only concern is she looks so Miku, which is make me afraid.
    Why people tend to make a song that is bipolar, and people love such song? I mean the song is happy-sounding but it has very depressed lyrics.
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