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Well trained however the voice does have a minor quality error with the voice being downgraded due to the dataset containing only the echoed version of the voice.
Have you tried using the voice from the FNAF 3 song to improve the sound of the voice since its the same voice?
I will do a v2 model and i will use that voice thanks for the suggestion
Do you refer to Die In A Fire???
cause the actual singer of Its Been so long is Aviya Dor Kolan
I thought it was the same singer. Nevertheless it might be useful to see if Aviya Dor Kolan has other songs she sang and retrain with those vocals to help improve the audio.
Since the google drive link for this isn't working I'm working on another one
+Nevermind can't find any acapellas for her songs plus she has very little songs most in Japanese
It should still be fine.
Rvc doesn't care about languages just the voice itself.
True but like I said she has like 6 songs and I'm too lazy to find out how to make an acapella