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[ ← Lesson #3 // Lesson #5 → ]
Another lesson is ready! ♥ I worked on this one last night and decided to finish it up this morning. :3
In this lesson you will learn about the basic interface of UTAU, how to export a WAV file from it, and how to save, import and open files. Skip this lesson if you already know how it is done, though.
A “CV Bank” is a normal UTAU voicebank that is short for “Consonant-Vowel”. CV WAV files are ones such as “ka.wav” and “a.wav”.
Look, guys, Lesson #3 is ready! Couldn’t have done it this quickly by myself. That’s right, say hello to your second teacher, Ms. Aline! She made this out of her spare time, so I hope she doesn’t mind the title.
Here’s to another lesson, huzzah! Well, more of something to help you with than an actual lesson, but this is my guide, so I can make it however I want, right? :3c
There’s one more thing I’d like to make sure you have installed, and that’s this English patch for UTAU. This may be easier for you to do if you have WinRAR installed, which you can download from here.
My username is SingingRobotStalker, but you may address me as SRS or Surusu, depending on which you prefer. A while back in 2009 I made a small series of UTAU Tutorials that helped people quickly get on their feet with the freeware synthesizer. By request I have chosen to recreate those videos with the newer information that I have gathered, as I have learned much since from when I first started using UTAU.
I hope to inspire and help out anyone that needs it. If you are ready to learn or teach others, please click the Follow link at the top right corner of this page and you’re in! Thanks for reading! Please enjoy my newest blog. ♥