Thursday, October 6, 2011

Song Review: 「Can't Let You Go Even If I Die」 - SeeU (Korean Vocaloid)



I actually love this rendition. I think this is a very fitting remix of a 2AM song I quite enjoy. But this vocaloid's voice? I thought it was pretty bad. When I first heard it, I thought it was actually a pre-pubescent male trying to sing (badly). Then I realized it was just a lower pitched, elderly woman-like voice attempting to use vibrato. The chorus is fine though.

Also, I can't believe they made a Korean vocaloid. Don't they already have, like, 6 in Japan?

Take the voice out and put someone good in, and I would give this song a 9 on a scale of 1 to "I-kinda-like-it". But with THAT vocaloid's voice, I give this a 2 on a scale of 1 to terrible.

22 comments:

  1. B-B-B-B-B-B-BALLS

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  2. It sounds like that one korean singer Ali's singing the song. Sounds just fucking like her, too bad I find her voice annoying though :/

    I kinda like it though, makes the ballad sound like a mellow club track.

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  3. On a scale of 1 to green, I'd give it about a dragonfly.

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  4. WHAT THE SHIT IS KOREAN VOCALOID. HATSUNE MIKU IS THE BEST.

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  5. Anonymous 8:38am: are you the same anon who wrote that on another article or so of mine? If it is you, I love you. That's adorable.

    Anonymous 2:28pm seems to understand my scales quite well.

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  6. The vocaloid is too deep, kind sounds like CL and i do not approve.

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  7. I never thought there could be anything worse than Japanese vocaloid. But seriously Korea? Korean vocaloid?

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  8. Vocaloids are always so frustrating to listen to.... great songs, but awful voices!

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  9. What's the point of a vocaloid? You can't even have sex with it.

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  10. Japanese Vocaloid is much better :(

    NO ME GUSTA

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  11. ha I like it way better than the original version those homos from 2AM have some competition I tell you this is better see, it doent have any gay voice(Jo kwon) I can believe the I know how to spell his gay ass name I need to get a live but before that I will listed to this version ones again

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  12. I made it to 24 seconds before I stopped. Who can beat my record?

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  13. ^ 25 seconds but now I'm braindead

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  14. If I am not mistakes, the singer is trying to be Bom...

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  15. @7:45 vocaloid program is for those unknown producers/writers/composers who's not famous enough to get anyone to sing their songs. this way they can put their songs out there and get notice through nico nico channels. Livetunes and Supercell groups got their start from vocaloid songs too.

    anyway this vocaloid sound like an old lady...the funny thing is her first demo got accused of cheating with autotune and real person singing the backtrack to make her sound less robot-ish lol...not surprise since honestly korea get a little shady... :P

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  16. You know what I don't luck? Close minded buttfucks that I hear from here. I don't see what's wrong with SeeU's voice and I hate the shit she's getting from those fucking Mikufags. Those so idolized Kpop stars are not gonna last forever, they grow old. You have great potential in this Vocaloid and there's gonna be tons more coming out, especially in different languages (Spanish, english, chinese.) Plus the mixing is superb.
    Vocaloids are going to last a LONG time and no, they sadly are not gonna STAY in Japan.
    Deal with it.

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  17. ^ @ 4:13pm: "You know what I don't luck?"

    LOL. You know what I don't GET? How you could screw that up.

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  18. I actually kinda liked SeeU's voice, but I realized that it's not the case when it sings low. @ anon 4:13//The mixing is superb because it's Hitman Bang prod...

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  19. i liked her old demo better :(

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  20. SeeU (시유, シユ) is a voicebank for Vocaloid3, the first Vocaloid capable of Korean and the first "Korean/Japanese bilingual" Vocaloid. The voice provider is the artist Kim Dahi (17 year old member of the K-pop girl band "Glam").

    .. so shut the fuck up noobs! btw koreans are really happy that japan made 1st korean voc.

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