I have two UTAU that are voiced by me, who are supposed to be twins. The boy, Tarou, is voiced in my natural voice, while the girl, Taiga, is voice acted. I’ve had a lot of trouble trying to make a girly voice, and though I think I’ve finally been able to voice a feminine bank, I worry a bit that it might sound too much like Tarou. I feel that many UTAU that follow the sort of “Twin/Brother and Sister Gimmick” tend to sound overly similar, so I tried to not follow this tendency, but am unsure of my success. I tried to give the two different a different sort of voicetype/persona/tone/accent to their voice, but I’m not sure if the difference has showed through and I worry that instead they might also just sound like each other with g-flag. A track showing the two with the same song/tuning: In your opinion, do the two sound different enough from each other? Can you draw different sort of qualities/personas from their voices or do they just sound like each other but deeper/higher? I kind of wanted it so that they’re different enough that different people might pick one over the other due to preference, if that makes sense, rather than them both being interchangeable because they’re identical other than one being deeper/higher. Any sort of feedback/interpretation is appreciated. Thank you ! Spoiler: “How I tried to differentiate their voices” - Taiga is voice acted, and I tried to record her with something of a “snarky mean girl making fun of you” voice. Before I recorded I tried speaking in a sort of “Ha, as if we’d let you sit with us B3c” type voice. I hoped that she would come out sounding brighter and girlier this way, though I’m not sure if that’s how she does sound. - Tarou is not voice acted/ is done in my natural voice. I usually jokingly refer to my normal voice as being the “Pubescent Boy Minecraft Youtuber” voice, or “Sounding like SammyClassicSonicFan,” but I am not sure if that is really noticeable to others. I usually interpret his voice as sounding more angsty than Taiga’s, but I am not sure if this quality has showed.