What does a resampler do in UTAU?

What does a resampler do in UTAU?

A Resampler is the tool UTAU uses to take apart, pitch, edit, and reassemble voice samples to create an UTAUloid.

Is UTAU Open source?

OpenUtau is an open source editing environment for UTAU community with modern user experience.

What do Flags do in UTAU?

A flags aren’t known to do much, other than occasionally give more power to certain notes. Examples: BY6, will remove a modest amount of noise, making the voice sound more realistic. These flags only apply to UTAU voices with low quality, that could benefit from a little velocity boost.

How do I use UST at Utau?

Once you’ve downloaded a UST you like, it’s time to use it! Open UTAU and click “File → Open.” Select the UST you’ve just downloaded. When the Project Property pop-up shows up, change the voicebank you want to use and hit “OK.”


Though mostly in Japanese, the fandom has produced thousands of voicebanks for the software in various languages. Though some are paid-releases, the majority are free.

Is UTAU illegal?

UTAU is meant to be a form of musical expression and instrument, not propaganda. Any act by the voicebank author or character that infringes upon the UTAU Usage Policy (e.g. making an illegal UTAU voicebank using prohibited software or voicebanks such as Vocaloid), Terms and Conditions and House Rules.

How old is Matsudappoiyo?

History. Matsudappoiyo was first released on March 20th, 2010. In 2014, Matsudappoiyo’s voicebank download was taken down.

Can you use Miku in UTAU?

Don’t download any UTAU voicebank with Miku’s voice since the distribution and acquisition of said voicebank would be ilegal under VOCALOID’s AND UTAU’s T&C. Teto is a really popular Utau that is easy to use (and her voice is kinda Miku-ish?), so you could go with her.

What is UST in UTAU?

File created by UTAU, a vocal synthesizer similar to YAMAHA’s VOCALOID and VOCALOID2 software; supports musical notes as well as dynamics, vibrato, pitch, and lyrics; often used for storing music for Japanese vocal androids, or “vocaloids,” which are synthesized voices often used by sing and dance games.