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The Ultimate Synthesizer V Phoneme Chart uncreepy
Color-coded chart that cleanly arranges special characters, vowels, and consonants
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Translation of Genbu's official character reference sheet uncreepy
Translation of Genbu's character ref from Japanese to English
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Resources for learning music theory
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What software you need in order to work with a Vocaloid, and what it does.
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Tutorial Tuning Resources
Guides and Resources that Help with Tuning
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All Official VOCALOID trials (+ some references) RazzyRu
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VSQ/UST/ETC. ヤツメ穴UST
I've made an UST for the song ヤツメ穴. It contains both CV and VCV versions of the parts.
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How to get VOCALOID5 Editor to work correctly in Studio One 3 uncreepy
How to locate the correct VOCALOID5 VSTi file for Studio One 3
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How to get Synthesizer V to work in FL Studio uncreepy
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Me, 24 hours ago: "Man, it's been so long since I made Oliver sing in Japanese! I wonder why."

Me, right now, having to manually edit each and every phoneme in each and every syllable to make his pronunciation sound even halfway correct, only halfway through a four-minute song without having done a single bit of tuning: "Ah. That's why."
Does anyone know a good program to make instrumentals for Vocaloid? Any recommendations?
Tema
Tema
If you have an iOS device or a Mac, I'd recommend trying Garageband first. For Windows there's LMMS (there's a tutorial for making songs in it here). Both of those are free and imo pretty good, especially Garageband. If you can/want to buy a program, FL Studio is a good one and it's pretty popular with a number of producers. (It has an unlimited trial period too but iirc you can't save your work in the trial version) If you're interested in working with a Crypton Vocaloid they come with a DAW, Studio One, when you buy them. I don't really know how good it is for making instrumentals but it seems decent enough.

... There's a bunch more but those are my main recommendations :'D
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uncreepy
I was gonna recommend LMMS for a free program, too.

I own both FL Studio and Studio One. I prefer Studio One, but there are some cool things about FL Studio (such as the Patterns you can use for things like drums, plus a lot of beatmakers on YouTube share their process of making cool instrumentals). Studio One has a sale for every Black Friday where everything on the site is 50% off (so I used that opportunity to upgrade Studio One Artist to Professional, since Artist is what comes with Crypton Vocaloids).
HYPERDONTIIA
HYPERDONTIIA
Thanks, I've never made an actual song before other than 8-bit. I'm so used to it, getting out of it and trying to include drums and guitar is driving me crazy. It always sounds chaotic.
My parents are threatening to throw me out and I need any support I can get right now.
So please consider commissioning me or just sharing this : ') Thank you.

Hey does anyone here happen to know of any articles that are anti-vocaloid/voice synths in general? thanks if you do
My hair, when styled correctly, is a dead-ringer for Meiko. So my friend talked me into dressing up as her for Halloween! Now to find a red vest and matching skirt in my size within the next month. That'll be the hard part; no one makes short skirts and cute vests for girls my size, heh.