Fandom

Vocaloid Wiki

What VOCALOIDs are easy for beginners?

  • I've been thinking about getting one, but I have no expieriance with using a VOCALOID. I already know that Una and Rana are easy to use, but any others that I might consider getting?

      Loading editor
    • I guess you have to read... Off the top of my head, VY1 or VY2 are also "easy to use". I think Fukase is suppose to be newbie friendly.

      A lot of the V3 vocals from "Yamaha"'s batch were simpler to use. They've abandoned this style more in V4 because it resulted in a lot of similar voices and they made them easy to use for music. This resulted in a lack of vocalist traits.

      If ease of use is your primarily goal, avoid Crypton's V4x releases (EVEC makes the packages complicated to use if our going to use their full extent), Arsloid (soft and bright are difficult to work with), Megpoid V4 (completed at least, individual vocals vary per package,plus there is better then Gumi these days) or Sachiko (Japans Prima).

      Also avoid V2's as at this point there are better and easier to use vocals... Only collectors go for them these days as even registering the packages is hard.

      Also, even though English is harder to use, you obviously understand it so don't knocked them despite being harder to use. A LOT of newbies make a simple mistake of going for Japanese over English, so many advise going for a bilingual as a first vocal. The logic is, if worst comes to worst, you can still use the English version. In short, it gives you a option to go in a different direction is you fail in one. This is something a pure Japanese vocal doesn't give.

      Ease of use is also a partly subjective term, as some producers find some vocals easier then others.

        Loading editor
    • the VY series seem easy for beginners. I think Kokone, Gumi, Iroha and IA are easy to use too. Male: Gakupo and Fukase. Not Crypton recently because they wrecked their vocaloids, even though maybe Miku V4x is still very easy to use from what I see.  English vocaloids: Cyva( even though she lacks characteristics tbh). There are many vocaloids that can sound good but it requires tuning. I agree wholeheartedly with you, Rana is very smooth and cheerful and Una is very beginner-friendly. They are very easy to tune

        Loading editor
    • If in doubt, ask at vocaloid Otaku for more opinions.

        Loading editor
    • A Fandom user
        Loading editor
Give Kudos to this message
You've given this message Kudos!
See who gave Kudos to this message

Ad blocker interference detected!


Wikia is a free-to-use site that makes money from advertising. We have a modified experience for viewers using ad blockers

Wikia is not accessible if you’ve made further modifications. Remove the custom ad blocker rule(s) and the page will load as expected.