I want to export (render) the selected portion of a song as a WAV file.
You can use "Start Marker" and "End Marker" to specify the portion of the song to be exported as a WAV file. Click the "Start Marker" or "End Marker" button on the transport tool bar to display the markers on the rulers of both the Track Editor and the Musical Editor. If you drag these markers to the start and end positions for export, only the specified section of the song is exported as a WAV file. This can also be done by clicking and holding the mouse's left button on the section with the green border (the top area on the ruler). After the mouse pointer changes into a hand cursor, drag-and-drop to set the start and end positions.
Can I export (render) a complete song or a VOCALOID part in WAV format?
Yes. For details, see the topic of "Wave" from the "File" -> "Export" subsection of the "Menu bar" section in the User Manual. If you want to create an audio CD, select "44100Hz/16bit/Stereo" to export your songs.
I think the volume level of WAV (STEREO) tracks is too low.
By default, the volume level of WAV (STEREO) tracks is set to -12.9 dB. To turn the volume up or down, click the "View" menu, select "Mixer", and then adjust the fader for WAV (STEREO) tracks.
Can I import (load) only tempo information from SMF (*.mid) files or VSQ/VSQX files?
Yes. From the "Job" menu, select "Import Tempos" to open a standard dialog box, where you can select a file that contains the tempo information you want to import.
Can I import (load) WAV files?
Yes. VOCALOID4 Editor can import (load) WAV files (in STEREO or MONO/WAV format), but cannot import other audio files (such as mp3, aac, and AIFF files). Convert the audio file to WAV format with 16-bit resolution at a sampling frequency of 44100, 48000, or 96000 Hz before importing the file. * You cannot convert files into WAV format in VOCALOID4 Editor. To import a file, use a drag-and-drop operation to paste the file on a WAV (STEREO) track, or under the "File" menu, select "Import" and then "Wave(W)".
Can I edit imported (loaded) WAV files?
You cannot edit WAV files in VOCALOID4 Editor. Edit the files with other software and then import (load) them.
Can I enter notes in real time with a MIDI keyboard, just like working on MIDI tracks in other DAW software?
No, VOCALOID4 Editor does not support real-time input. However, VOCALOID4 Editor for Cubase does support it.
Can I import (load) SMF (*.mid) files created in other DAW software, such as Cubase?
Yes. * You can import notes (event information), together with beat and tempo information, but cannot read control information. - To read SMF (*.mid) files: (1) Select "File"and then click "Open". (2) In the window that appears, use the pull-down menu at the bottom-right corner to select "VOCALOID MIDI, SMF (*.mid)". (3) Select the file you want to import. (4) Select the track you want to import. - To import only a specific track from an SMF (*.mid) file onto a VSQX that you are editing: (1) Select "File", "Import", and then "Track". (2) In the window that appears, use the pull-down menu at the bottom-right corner to select "VOCALOID MIDI, SMF (*.mid)". (3) Select the file you want to import. (4) Select the track you want to import. * If the desired files are not displayed, change the file type to "All Files (*.*)" at the bottom-right corner of the dialog box.
When I import a VSQ file created in VOCALOID2, all the VEL (velocity) values are set to 64.
In VOCALOID4, the effect of the VEL (velocity) setting has been improved compared to VOCALOID2. This improvement can cause a significant change in output sound levels if VSQ files created in VOCALOID2 are imported as-is. Hence, VOCALOID4 Editor intentionally sets VEL levels to the default value (64) when importing a VSQ file created in VOCALOID2. For the same reason, the software also sets the OPE (opening) parameter to its default value (127) when reading that parameter.
I can't hear any sound when I click a key in the piano roll window.
Select the "Settings" menu, and then click "Preferences." On the "Other Settings" tab, check if the "Enable" check box is selected in the "Sound Preview" section, and if not, select it.