• Vocaloid Tagging Style Guide v1.1

    Mag 13 2014, 23:22 di wutweeaboo

    Vocaloid Tagging Style Guide by wutweeaboo
    Version 1.1a

    Vocaloids are, at their core, voice banks.
    They are instruments, their names do not go in the title or artist fields.

    You wouldn't label your music as
    "CoolGuy - Too Long of a Song ft. Fender Telecaster Deluxe"
    would you?
    TL;DR: Vocaloid names go in the comment field for convenience and consistency. The Artist in a Vocaloid song is the producer who made it, not the Vocaloid voice bank featured in it.

    This method allows you to:
    Keep your tags clean while allowing you to retain accompaniment information.Keeps you from scrobbling generic artist names on last.fm, like Hatsune Miku, Miku Hatsune, =^3^=Vocaloid=^3^=, etc.Keeps you from creating unnecessary variations of an artist name, such as livetune feat. 初音ミク, instead of simply livetune.Allows you to append the %comment% field to the end of a filename in any competent tagging program…