A bit of an indie-rock vibe. Lots of mode blending - visible in the screencaps. Thanks for watching and comments and suggestions.
Beautiful song by you and sung by Natalie. I have my eye on her and I also want Cong Zheng. So far I have Solaria and Mai.
You give (I admire it) a lot of tenderness in Natalie’s voice, I can’t do it with Solaria, but I hear from other people’s compositions that it is possible.
Thanks, gauzde. I think the best expression is in the lower registers. I can see by your Cat on the Roof song that you like the lower registers too. I think Solaria can be very expressive in slower songs and lower notes. I use breaths (BR) all the time and blending of modes and voicing to try to match the emotion to the words and phrases of the song. It sounds like you are a singer as well, so you have the knowledge to try to apply to the SynthV programming. Thanks again for the comment.
Thank you for your advice, it has its value for me. I haven’t used “br” so far, because even when I was singing in the studio, I muted my breaths below the point of audibility and took it as my mistake. A.I. singing to come close to human singing needs it, on the contrary, and I’m just learning to use “the singing miracle from Dreamtonics” and I’ll learn to use the “aspiration output track”.
Yes, I know what you mean about removing breaths from real singers, but AI does need breaths and occasional mistakes like harmonies not matching up exactly. I haven’t used the aspiration track, my breaths are in the regular output. What I do a lot is surgically adjust the volume of words (and parts of words) in Reaper DAW to perfect the pronunciation. You can see this in the screencaps - how I raise and lower the volume of breaths and “T’s” and “D’s” at the end of words.
Beautiful musical surgery and sample switching between DAW and Synthesizer. Your video is great for understanding useful actions in creation. I used to download SVP files if the user allowed it, but if you don’t absorb the techniques and start using them, then in a year Synthesizer will be updated several times and also A.I. singers (voices) that the demonstration of techniques will be outdated or no longer valid. And so the question arises whether to study and look only for other people’s techniques, or to dedicate time to your creation and to enrich the way of working only with what I come across? I’ll take the second one, at least I won’t be so smart…
It’s a good song [songwriting is my main area of interest].
This one could work equally well in several different styles…anything from a slower country-type feel, a folk track, a hard rock treatment, a dance track, and many more. I think the lyrics also have a fairly universal theme, and this makes it adaptable.
Thanks Northwave. I don’t consider myself much of a lyricist (I focus on voice programing and music), but I was happy with this one. More on the YouTube channel.
Bad Girl Callin. Great Chorus.
Thanks, Arcman. In reading your profile, you sound just like me - looking for a way to expand from instrumental into vocal music. Give SynthV a try. It’s pretty amazing creative technology.