How can you make VOCALOID 3 sing?


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2014-03-29 23:24:23
2014-03-29 23:24:23

Input the words or the pronounciation key into the Vocaloid 3 editor. After doing this, press play and the Vocaloid should be singing.

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vocaloid is not a show, it is a software that you put in melodies and lyrics to make them sing Good places to watch Vocaloid are: Youtube and Nico Nico Douga.

Yes, Ai is a vocaloid. A vocaloid 3 to be exact.

vocaloid is a voice synthesizer system used to sing Edit: That doesn't tell us how to use it!!!

Yup! UTAUs can pronounce anything pretty much as well as a Vocaloid, as long as they're recorded right.

Just create your own Vocaloid, based on your favorite.

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This person named Hatsune Miku idk who that is but she is at 21%. It's actually only a possibility that she will be singing, and she is a Vocaloid. A Vocaloid is an electronic voice based off of a real singers voice, that is given a personality and an image. Hatsune Miku is one of the most popular and one of the oldest Vocaloids. If she does sing she will represented with a hologram, like at the live Vocaloid concerts.

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Vocaloid, You can get Luka or Gumi English. (Or Uatu if You aint go money)

Yes. She is a VOCALOID 2 software created by INTERNET CO. LTD. Her voice provider name is Megumi Nakajima. She has an update, native, and english voice bank in VOCALOID 3.

You can have someone make them for you.

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Piko is the name of both the Vocaloid and the voice provider, who is naturally not a Vocaloid.

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Utatane Piko (not to be wrong with PIKO, the voice actor of Utatane Piko and a professional singer) is said to be bisexual. Piko's gender depends on your thoughts. He/she could sing both manly and girly as you use the Vocaloid Programme of him/her.

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Kenmochi Hideki is the maker of vocaloid.

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You cannot create vocaloids. Use UTAU instead.

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