Camila's English Reclist

ad
ai
al
an
ang
ar
au
b
bai
ball
bei
belle
ber
bl
bla
ble
bli
blo
blu
bou
bra
bre
bri
bro
bru
chai
chei
chl
chou
chue
d
dai
dao
dei
del
der
dl
dou
dra
dre
dri
dro
dru
dul
dza
dze
dzi
dzo
dzu
dzua
dzue
dzui
dzuo
ed
ei
eid
eik
en
eng
er
ers
ex
f
fai
far
fei
fer
fiu
fl
fla
flai
fle
fli
flo
flu
for
fou
fou
fra
fre
fri
fro
fru
g
gai
gei
gir
gl
gla
gle
gli
glo
glu
gou
gra
gre
grei
gri
gro
grou
gru
gru
hai
hao
hei
her
hl
hou
hu
hua
hue
hui
huo
in
ing
ir
it
jai
jei
jer
jl
jou
k
kai
kei
ker
kl
kla
kle
klei
kli
klo
klu
kou
kra
kre
kri
kro
kru
l
la
lai
le
lei
ler
li
liu
lo
lou
lu
m
mai
mei
mer
ml
mou
nai
nao
nei
ner
nou
ong
or
ou
p
pai
pei
per
pl
pla
ple
pli
plo
plu
pou
pra
prai
pre
prei
pri
pro
pru
ra1
rai
rao
rau
re1
rei
rer
rers
ri1
riu
rl
ro1
rou
ru1
s
sai
sau
sei
ser
sh
shai
shei
sher
shia
shie
shio
shiu
shl
shon
shor
shou
shr
si
sir
sl
sla
sle
sli
slo
slou
slu
sou
st
sta
ste
sti
sto
stu
suei
t
ta1
tai
tch
te1
tei
ter
th
tha
thai
the
thei (they)
thi
tho
thou (though)
thu
ti1
tia
tie
tie
tio
tio
tiu
tl
to1
toa
tou
tra
trai
tre
trei
tri
tro
tru
ts
tu1
ung
ur
v
vai
vei
viu
voi
vou
vya
vye
vyo
wai
wau
wei
wer
wou
wu
x
yai
yei
yer
yi
you
zl

Comments

Rooxi said…
Hey!
Can I use this reclist for recording Rooxi Kurenai's english voicebank?
endone said…
wow thanks this helps alot :D
Yesi-chan said…
Sure, anyone can use the list :D
Beri-chan said…
I will use your reclist additionally to omegaflash4's "Ultimate utau reclist" for my first UTAUloid Beryll Heliodora, thx for posting it!!!
Just wondering, but is there any specific recording process that must be done? With regular JP CV recording, things are only pronounced one way, but there are several ways to pronounce some ENG syllables. I looked at the list, and some of these syllables are on here. Do you think you could e-mail me the answer? My e-mail is purpleroks11@gmail.com (yes, there is NO "c" in roks) Thank you so much! :)
Yesi-chan said…
@KyuuketsuKomorine I suppose you got to this list directly and weren't able to read what I wrote on pronunciation on the page that links to this.
To record these think of English consonants and Japanese or Spanish vowels (a(ah) e(eh) i(ee) o(oh) u(ooh))
Is recording English syllables are same as recording Japanese syllables?
Yesi-chan said…
@Shuurei Usually that will depend on the reclist. There are some reclists that are more complicated or are written more in terms of the XAMPA alphabet or something similar. For my list I tried to make it as simple as possible by writing it in a way that you just had to pronounce the vowels the same as you would in Japanese and it would be relatively easy :) You do have to be careful with the consonants. For example the 'r' sounds different in Japanese and English, that's why there is a 1 next to the syllables meant for English. Another that is pronounced differently would be the 't' since it sounds stronger in English. Just keep that in mind and you should be fine :)
Len Kagamine said…
Is making an utau free?

And what program do you use to record these things?
VocaloNeko -P said…
Hay que grabar esto para conseguir un voicebank ingles verdad?
VocaloNeko -P said…
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Magus Magombie said…
This looks extremely useful, but I'm not sure how to pronounce many of them. Including ones with the 1? Is there a source where I can hear these spoken? It would be a huuuge help. Thanks!

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