Well GOOD. A product that works well, or at least ok, for 2 people. Well done!
(I have a really interesting suspicion that AI wrote the text for the spam messages we got for this oil stuff. I've nothing to substantiate this, but it just feels like they read a little differently from Google Translated junk posts.)
It definitely doesn't fit the situation perfectly (Miku doesn't need a plane to get to her shows in Japan, for instance, and this song seems clearly to be about two lovers rather than a singer and her fans.), but I've been thinking about this song a good bit for the last few days in light of all the Coronavirus/rescheduling stuff.
"Leaving on a Jet Plane," originally written by John Denver, and covered here by Chantal Kreviazuk for the movie "Armageddon."
So, I've been working on my music today. I use BT headphones, and for awhile I took a break and did some other stuff, using my computer's speakers.
Then I came back, turned on my headphones, and was baffled by the weird echo/humming I was getting whenever Miku sang. I checked that only one Piapro track was getting sung at a time. I closed/reopened Studio One, looked for something I might have turned on by accident.... I was getting concerned that a file got corrupted or something.
Then I saw the light on my soundbar. Of course there was an echo--I was hearing both the speakers and the headphones, which, being wireless, have a slight delay.
While working on our Tuning Resource, it's been fun to see how many times Vocaloid Wiki lists threads from the old VocaloidOtaku as references. And plenty of VO's members are here, so...that's really cool, too .