Guys seriously saying no Ritsu in the UTAU tag is like saying no Miku in the Vocaloid tag.
not really, it’s more like saying “no neru/haku” in the fanmade vocaloid tag
I think the thing is that everyone generally likes Ritsu and yeah A+ UTAU but the problem is that when Ritsu is spammed constantly (and it is) everyone just gets sick of it because this is a community full of self made content and characters, it’s annoying to have 1 thing shoved in your face 24/7 when you’re trying to look at other character’s stuff
That is avoidable in the vocaloid tag because you can always know the name of the vocaloid you want to look up as there are only so many. That isn’t really possible in the UTAU tag, especially if you want to check out new stuff our community is putting out
so yeah I’m not saying it’s right but come on you have to understand everyone’s frustration and why they’d say that.
I can understand the frustration. When Kire first came out, oh my god the tag was a mess. But that’s what tumblr savior is for! Preventing you from seeing what you personally don’t want to see, but allowing others the freedom of seeing it!
The thing is that UTAU creators, the people getting the most frustrated, aren’t the only people using that tag. UTAU fans who DON’T use the software post in it, too. And Ritsu is becoming more and more popular outside of the userbase, for good reasons! So while Ritsu and all related to him might be ancient news to us, the users, it’s not to the rest of the fanbase.
What I’m saying is that Ritsu spam in the UTAU tag is just as inevitable as Miku spam in the Vocaloid tag (not trying to compare their popularity really because Teto is still of course the most well-known), and IMO it’s pretty rude, even jokingly, to tell people not to post an UTAU of any sort in the UTAU tag.
see you say that like this is an argument but Myst and I are literally just having a discussion and neither of us has been hostile or angry (to my knowledge?? if I have been I apologize because it’s not my intention) so I really don’t see how those tags even apply
I don’t really see how it’s wrong to discuss this topic in a civil matter