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 Just got Vocaloid 3 + New video on my channel

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PostSubject: Just got Vocaloid 3 + New video on my channel   29/09/12, 09:08 am

So I just got Vocaloid 3 Very Happy. It's the latest version of the program they use to create Hatsune Miku's voice. I only have Miku installed right now but there are tons of other voice banks I have the files for, but have not yet installed.

I realised you could import MIDI files so I immediately grabbed the Rooftop Run MIDI I had lying around on my PC and created this:


It's not too great, as I'm fairly new to the program and didn't edit it too much. There some parts of it where you cannot tell which part of the original song it is, so I edited the original track into the background faintly to help with this.

I hope you like it and I look forward to making my own original songs on Vocaloid soon!

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