T-Hybrid;2817096 said:There was a link to the charting FAQ, and one of the thing's mentioned was a "lip-synching engine" or something of that nature. According for the FAQ you need a raw vocal track (no effects) and the engine does the rest.
Oddbrother;2817483 said:You could be a one-man band if you wanted to.
T-Hybrid;2817499 said:If you're good enough with the animation gear, you could potentially set up a "voxtarist" of sort by animating the vocalist out and having the guitarist singing as though it were "backups".
Xenochria;2816958 said:Rhythm Authors and the like will be charting songs themselves, but how will songs by lip-synced? I assumed they just mo-capped someone's mouth singing the song for normal RBDLC, but for RBN songs, how will it work?
Alvarado6411;2821022 said:I'd definitely would love to see a video of how magma works with lip syncing.
HMXEnosity;2819416 said:The lip-syncing is done procedurally by the Magma software. Put in your Vocals track and the software does the rest. It actually looks pretty good!
Alright_Computer;2817816 said:If I'm not mistaken, the backup singers have to follow an animation done by the singer. For example, on Undone (The Sweater Song), you can see the rest of the band doing the backup vocals that match up with the phrases done by the main vocalist, but when the backup vocals are something other than what Rivers is singing, the other band members don't move their mouths at all.