I'm new☺ Does somebody who do cover for instrumental only count as utaite too?
Maybe I think?
no i guess,
cuz utaite means singer , which use vocal
in vocaloid section in niconico
-utattemita "tried to sing"
-odottemita "tried to dance"
-ensoushitemita "tried to play it (as instrument)"
tho there is some utaite who are gud at singing and playing or composing
Wao,thanks. It's make me confuse when some japanese follow me in social media and use uttattemita tag for his drum cover
Maybe they also sung the song along with their drums? They could have also used the wrong tag to attract a greater audience since there's usually more singers than there are instrumental players (sorry for the wording haha...) and people would be able to find them easier. That though is less likely because of what I've seen of big and small japanese utaites is that they aren't SO desparate for people to see their works to mislead people (they might retweet it a few times or tag it with tags that ask for views or rt and the such but rarely have I seen a misleading tag)
No they don't. As MJF said, you'd have to tag your covers as "ensoushitemita", not "utattemita". But ensoushitemita is much less popular, so maybe people tag their covers as utattemita to get dem views.
What do you think?