Luchador
Ritratto di EMZ998
Iscritto dal: 12/12/2011
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Alright so I'm occasionally posting Japanese lyrics and I get a bit confused as to where should I should put the romaji and kanji lyrics.

Which one would I post under "transliteration"? I understand people generally like reading along the real words with the lyrics which would make me think to put the kanji lyrics in transliteration but I need to make sure.

thanks!

Moderator and Apprentice of the Logos
Ritratto di Sciera
Iscritto dal: 16/02/2011
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Write the kanji into the "normal" field and the romaji in the transliteration field.

People will be able to read along because you can switch between original text and transliteration also on the page of a translation.

Moderator amoRaЯoma
Ritratto di evfokas
Iscritto dal: 29/06/2011
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When entering a new song you should use kanji
1) enter the title in this form "romaji(kanji)" then select Japanese in the language field enter the kanji lyrics and submit the song
2) when you've finished submitting the song select the link "add new translation" and enter the romaji lyrics, here you should select Transliteration in the language field so after submitting the song the site will know that this is a kanji transliteration
3) Continue entering your translation

Luchador
Ritratto di EMZ998
Iscritto dal: 12/12/2011
L'utente è disconnesso. È stato visto l'ultima volta 22 settimane 5 giorni fa.

Alright, so I feel as if I've corrected how I submit the lyrics. If someone could check out this page to make sure I'd more than appreciate it.

http://lyricstranslate.com/en/bloodthirsty-butchers-lyrics.html

I will most likely submit them all in this same style. Thanks again!!

Moderator amoRaЯoma
Ritratto di evfokas
Iscritto dal: 29/06/2011
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Right on, you may even enter katakana or hiragana as transliterations