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Okay, so how did you explain that to them?
ZAR-PARTY
ZAR-PARTY
I just said "oops". I'm that guy whose bag is full of Miku buttons, what do I need to explain?
That moment when you look for the folder your photos for a school presentation are in and you accidentally click on the wrong folder and show everyone your bikini Mikus on a projector...
Man my Twitter has been dead fotever,,, finally went and just made some backup account as my main (for) now
Does anyone remember Crazy Frog?
Kona
Kona
Oh yes. Like one of the only things I listened to back then
ZAR-PARTY
ZAR-PARTY
Good old days when cartoony music videos were shown on TV. I saw an old meme of him representing Europe and Miku representing Japan not long ago.
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
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.
synthv is so overly simplified it loops around into being hard to use. how do i adjust a parameter for the whole song? who knows? not this bare interface