I finally finished it! all info is below, and you can find the reclist here:
ii represents ı ( turkish i without dot, pronounce like the uh sound in foot). The enunciation of ı is too similar to ö, so i didn’t add any ö to the reclist.
ü is pronounced too similar to u (pronounced as japanese u), so i didn’t add any ü to the reclist.
ğ is rarely pronounced, and when it is, it sounds like y as in yes, so i didn’t add any ğ to the reclist.
This reclist needs to be OTOed to contain consonant endings, so i recommend watching a VCCV OTOing tutorial to learn how to oto VC.
This voicebank is in VCV-VC format. (Recorded as VCV, OTOed as VCV with VC endings)
There is no ‘n’ sounds in turkish as there are in japanese, so all iterations of ‘n’ in this reclist (which borrows HEAVILY from japanese VCV) are replaced with ii, as it is turkey’s odd-one-out equivalent. If you’ve OTOed japanese VCV, the recording and OTOing should be very easy for the most part, excluding the VC otoing you’ll have to do for ending sounds.
as soon as i have a better mic for recording, i'll make a voicebank in this language. if y'all would like a tutorial, let me know!