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English vs Japanese Vocaloids

Post by WielderOfThorn on 20th November 2014, 10:38 pm


English vs Japanese Vocaloids
Whether you want to admit it or not, Engloids were first.
Leon and Lola.
However, I don't like any of them much, and that's MY opinion.
But I should give a short explanation why.
I don't necessarily like the English language in general, don't listen to things in English... and they sing in English.
Another thing...
"If you are really good at English, and barely know (or don't know) Japanese you should buy an English vocaloid. They are better to get used to the program."
This strongly depends so 4842888285 times no.
For me, even though I barely know Japanese (can read all kana though, studied pronounciation and such, can navigate through it easily)...
And English is "expert knowledge" for me...
I'm having a really hard time with the Engloids.
I used a trial Engloid and couldn't get them to work AT ALL.
English phonetics are confusing.
I can make a Japanese Vocaloid sing in any language, but... English is far too difficult for me.
So no, English is not automatically easier.
You'll need patience to learn the phonetics, which I don't have.
However, this situation can be reversed for some other people. Either way I consider Engloids more "expert" level.
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Post by ultimateweeaboo15 on 27th November 2014, 3:33 am

I understand that Engloids were first but Japanese is better (in my opinion is anyway) cause of 3 fold:
1) It can be sung faster and slower with out sounding like crap.
2) It protrys the feeling better and more floently
3) The lyrics are more serious and took more effort to creat because Japanese language has 2 or 3 varients cause I can read Romaji pretty well... (yeah I have no life)
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Post by WielderOfThorn on 8th December 2014, 5:03 am

Tsuko Aiko wrote:I understand that Engloids were first but Japanese is better (in my opinion is anyway) cause of 3 fold:
1) It can be sung faster and slower with out sounding like crap.
2) It protrys the feeling better and more floently
3) The lyrics are more serious and took more effort to creat because Japanese language has 2 or 3 varients cause I can read Romaji pretty well... (yeah I have no life)

Completely agreed. (By the way just got your PM.)
I've been studying Japanese since elementary school so yeah =/ Only Engloid I really liked was Miriam.

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Post by ultimateweeaboo15 on 8th December 2014, 5:28 am

I can only read some Romaji but can pronounce or at least try to if I am given the word form of it
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Post by WielderOfThorn on 8th December 2014, 5:36 am

Tsuko Aiko wrote:I can only read some Romaji but can pronounce or at least try to if I am given the word form of it
Well, if you ever need help with anything, you can ask me or the mods. We all are studying Japanese too ^^

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