Reclist explanation: This is my lazy/comfortable method of recording a CVVC Tagalog UTAU. Based on Ryankun/iZarch’s old reclist.

This reclist has 53 lines. Should be enough to produce a working Tagalog voice bank.

The extra duplicate syllables on the end of some lines help me retake the first syllable consistently. I usually feel tense recording the first syllable. Feel free to omit if you don’t have that problem.

Instructions:
1.) If you see a comma (,) record it with a slight pause
2.) If syllables are squished together, say them all in one go without pausing. Don’t say it too fast though. Remember to have enough air before attempting.
3.) DO NOT PRONOUNCE /TS/ sounds like the Japanese “tsu“. Say it like /ch/ like in CHore or MatCH

Feel free to browse Hiraya’s recordings for reference.

I recommend commissioning @ryankun12 on Twitter for the OTO!

_a,e,i,o,u
_aeioua
_babebibobuba
_dadedidoduda
_fafefifofufa
_gagegigoguga
_hahehihohuha
_jajejijojuja
_kakekikokuka
_lalelilolula
_mamemimomuma
_ngangengingongunga
_naneninonuna
_papepipopupa
_rarerirorura
_sasesisosusa
_tatetitotuta
_vavevivovuva
_wawewiwowuwa
_yayeyiyoyuya
_zazezizozuza
_blableblibloblu
_flafleflifloflu
_klakleklikloklu
_plaplepliploplu
_glaglegligloglu
_brabrebribrobru
_dradredridrodru
_frafrefrifrofru
_gragregrigrogru
_krakrekrikrokru
_praprepripropru
_tratretritrotru
_byabyebyobyu
_dyadyedyodyu
_gyagyegyogyu
_kyakyekyokyu
_myamyemyomyu
_nyanyenyonyu
_pyapyepyopyu
_ryaryeryoryu
_shasheshishoshu
_tsatsetsitsotsu
_zhazhezhizhozhu
_bwabwebwi
_dwadwedwidwodwu
_fwafwefwifwo
_gwagwegwigwogwu
_kwakwekwikwokwu
_pwapwepwipwo
_swasweswiswoswu
_twatwetwitwotwu
_ax_ex_ix_ox_ux
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