Anonymous asked: I would like to note this: there ate currently 36 V3 voices. Only 7 of those are high pitched voices. Unless you'd count Gumi, anon and canon, than there would be 10 high pitched voices. There are actually more low female voices in V3 than high-pitched voices.
I’m not sure I’m following your definition of a high-pitched voice. Here’s how I designate the V3 females, with high voices (meaning: mezzosoprano-soprano) bolded.
Clara (borderline, but like 90% of the time is used in soprano range)
Meiko V3 (borderline, but like 90% of the time is used in soprano range)
That’s 18 (19 if you count Anon and Kanon as separate people) out of 26 (or 27) voices, or roughly 70% of female voices being high pitched. (With 50% of all the V3 voices being high-pitched females.)
*yes I know it’s officially “YANHE” but I’m not gonna type that any more than I’m gonna type “Camui Gackpo”
I’m sorry but do you even listen to these VOCALOIDs or do you just decide their high pitched???? GUMI, IA, and galaco are all midrange who get pitched up but they work for lower range too because their voicebanks were built for mid (i.e. they’re VERY versatile). Clara in no way is a high pitched VOCALOID, SHE HAS THE LOWEST RANGE OUT OF ALL THE FEMALE VOCALOIDS. kokone is basically midrange but on steroids. She has the /lowest/ and /highest/ range out of Japanese females, rivaling Yukari and Lily for lowest and beating everyone for highest. SMH.
Mid range is still not low range. I’m sorry, but I’ve been studying vocal and music theory for YEARS. I think I can tell when a voice is a mezzosoprano.
There is room for opinions. My opinion is that, when a Vocaloid is used almost all the time in a high (mezzo-soprano) range, and clearly is designed for that range, they are a high-pitched voice. (For example, CAN Iroha go into a soprano range? Yes, and she’s lovely there. But she’s clearly designed to sing in a low range. Thus, IMO, Iroha is a beautiful example of a female tenor, Lily can do an epic contralto, and Merli and Yukari are clear altos.)
As I said in my original post, this is how *I* classify Vocaloid voices, due to years of training in music. There is no need to be so rude. (Maybe I’m just oversensitive - I felt the tone of your reply was a little rude.)
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