na4a4a wrote:To clarify a bit, Vocaloid was originally English only actually. So English is actually closer to the "native" language. That being said, saying software that uses phonemes has a native language is really asinine to say the least...
As far as I know, Vocaloid was made from a genius Japanese programmer-producer who literally finding difficulty on having a human singer to sing his song.
If you'll be kind enough to enlighten me.. I would love to know the source of your statement.
na4a4a wrote:Also I love how you post the absolute worst example on English, Miku English is an absolute abomination created only to make weebs buy the same cute voice more.
IMO that's the best English Vocaloid song that I could find on the internet. Please enlighten me again of the song that you think is a good example of English Vocaloid song.
As for the Miku, I could agree to a certain degree since the voice actress is really trying her best to do english because of her native language (Japanese) is literally on the opposite of spectrum language she could ever talk to.. But hey, it's