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A Basic Tutorial on UTAU, OREMO, and SetParam for Making and Using Voicebanks

I wanted to make a somewhat easy-to-follow, straightforward guide for creating an UTAU voicebank, so I filtered out all of the information I’ve acquired about UTAU throughout the years into a basic tutorial. Hopefully you find it okay to understand!

Also note that everything in this tutorial is based on my own opinion; it may not be 100% true, but it’s what I find works best.


To make your own UTAU, you simply need to record your own voicebank! This tutorial will tell you how, and how to make your voicebank sing.


From my experience, I can confidently say that (despite what other online tutorials may tell you) Audacity is NOT the best way to record an UTAU voicebank. It’s quite inefficient, time-consuming, and bad quality.


So, then, what programs are good to use? I’d definitely recommend OREMO and SetParam.

OREMO and SetParam were made specifically for recording UTAU voicebanks; thus, they have the greatest and most effective capabilities for this task.


Thanks for reading, and I hope you find this helpful!

NOTE: This tutorial was written in 2017, though it should still be fairly applicable today. If you need any help, feel free to reach out to me on any of my socials!

+ Introduction

        + Downloading UTAU

        + Downloading OREMO and SetParam

        + Using OREMO
+ SetParam

        + A Little (But Important) Lesson on Audio Files and Linguistics (?)

        + Using SetParam

        + Registering Voicebanks

        + Singing

        + USTs

        + Resamplers

        + Flags

        + UTAU Add-ons
+ Voicebank Extras
+ Conclusion

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