Discussion in 'Singthesis News' started by PuririnLuka, Dec 2, 2016.
We have another thread focused on Luo Tianyi. Reply to that thread if you want to discuss her.
Thanks for the advice!
Could someone post other Miku demos?
@24 min in
You know, I think I like it. It sounds sort of soft, and I'm a sucker for soft voices. I can't comment on the pronunciation since I only just started learning Mandarin. But I think this is nice.
I wish that there was lyrics and/or pinyin in the video but what I hear that she has at least decent pronunciation? (If I heard right, her "de" sounded like /dM/ and not /d@/. But other than that I didn't pick anything weird? But I'm not native, so not the best judge tho :v )
I like her Chinese voice tho, very listenable!
at least her Chinese voice wasn't a total flop like her English voice, it has decent pronunciation, which actually allows for decent listening <3
the pronunciation is pretty freaking good - weirdly, though, the tuning feels pretty off-key. hope that's an issue with the person who did the song and not the actual bank. i love sf-a2 miki but not that part of her lol. plus some of the transitions are a bit choppy...
They used her JP bank to make her sing Chinese in Taiwan and it allows you to see the difference between the banks. I prefer her Chinese bank, not just in pronunciation, but in tone and stuff.
I hope to not see Miku singing something like "the saying of monkey and..."... like Tianyi.1 Please noooooooooooo!
Huh... Well I'm sure we've all been expecting this.
Next thing you know Crypton's going to develop a Hatsune Miku Kazakh Voice Bank! (actually that'd be fabulous tbh~~)
this is a thing by the way
Is there anybody that can translate the text?
It basically says that the preorders start the 24th and something is happening the 31st
I'm interested in the point regarding the phoneme system that canlet the voice being a bit unrealistic in Chinese pronunciation. I also heart when we have the he (Chinese!) sound and another sillable with h... it's forced sometimes
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