Hi thanks for the advice myfriendisadj, great you use Logic, I’m guessing you use a Mac. Would you happen to know if synthesizer V is a 64bit program?
If it is not it won’t even open in cubase anymore, I use cubase 11 from what I understand all plugins have to be 64bit.
That sounds great to be able to use Synthesizer V in your DAW.
The song I want to use Eleanor on does have a few tempo changes but it has a lot more time signatures. How would you handle a piece of music in synthesizer V that has multiple time signatures?
I am kind of lucky in a way that the song I want her to sing on has singing in only a few sections.
I haven’t had the time to look at Synthesizer V since last week and I have still not brought the pro version yet.
You are saying to use multiple instances of Synthesizer V if the song has multiple tempos throughout the piece?
So say instance 1 will have a tempo of 100BPM and instance 2 a tempo of 140BPM. I guess that won’t be too much trouble if it works like that. I wonder how much cpu cycles just one instance of synthesizer V takes then.
What about time signatures do you need to input those manually into Synthesizer V. For example if I add a time signature in my DAW will that appear in synthesizer V?
I’m guessing they need some kind of sync button. or remap bar and tempo layout to DAW button. A lot of my songs are not continuously in 4/4
Really you have to save each instance of Synthesizer V within the DAW other wise you lose your work.
Thanks again myfriendisadj for the information I appreciate it.
I am on the fence, I like the voice of Eleanor out of all the English vocaloids I have heard, but the integration with my DAW is kind of making me think about it. It also seems like it takes a lot of time to tune a voice bank.
It seems to me I could score out the melody in sibelius for a real singer to sing that would be including adding all the time signatures, tempos and whatnot. In much the same way I would score it for Eleanor using Synthesizer V but then I would need to tune Eleanor’s melody line and I have never tuned before.
The singer i have worked with before, she adds her own inflections and expression to my melody lines but it would probably be a lot more expensive than the Synth V pro program costs, I would need to find out the exact price but she sings really good.
To make it more complicated I really don’t know how Eleanor will sound on my track yet, her range might not fit and will her voice be able to cut through the mix. I won’t really know until I am with Eleanor and scoring for her voice if I decide to use Synthesizer V Pro.
Thanks for all help and advice