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patuk
patuk
Also vocaloid has it's own "tricks" you can do but I'm not talking about them rn.
RoboCheatsyTM
RoboCheatsyTM
That's pretty much Vocaloid. I really wish it worked more like UTAU; hardly touching the pitchbends just doesn't feel right! XD
(I like being able to get away with crazier pitchbends in UTAU, but they sound awful in Vocaloid which is forever my biggest issue with tuning in Vocaloid. >~<)
peaches2217
peaches2217
From what little I've done in UTAU, and comparing it to SynthV and CeVIO, I agree. Using the pitch bends in Vocaloid is trickier and more strategic and, honestly, a pain. I really do wish it was more like it is in other programs, where you just draw the pitchbends in (or can at least see what you're doing as you're doing it).
patuk
patuk
@RoboCheatsyTM I know right? I need to stop myself from doing more pitchbends and I do too many of them anyways and then it feels wrong to just...delete them? But it sounds better!

@peaches2217 I've played around with V2 demo a little and I do get what you're saying, not seeing the pitchbends is just...ugh. The tuning method is so odd in Vocaloid. I do get that V5 isn't for everyone and that's totally fine, I respect that but for me personally, I'm glad it was my first experience with Vocaloid cuz you can at least SEE the pitchebnds, it wasn't that big of a shock while also getting used to how Vocaloid reacts.

How do you guys have pitch sensitivity set?
patuk
patuk
In most people's covers made in V4 I don't see visible pitchends but you can see them in this person covers. Example:

So it looks like it's possible to make them visible on notes?? Sorry if I'm being dumb, I have never used V4, just going off of what I saw.