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The earliest commercial use of Auto-Tune as a vocal effect in a popular song was Roy Vedas' Fragments Of Life in August 25 Feb To celebrate the musical legacy of Auto-Tune, we took a look back at how the technique changed the sound of music forever, one twisted song. 11 Sep The beauty of Auto-Tune, Alpert said, is that instead of an artist having to sing take after take, struggling to get through a song flawlessly.
Home of Antares Audio Technologies, creators of the best vocal plug-ins for pitch correction, vocal effects, voice processing and noise reduction. We are the. The following video is an example of a 'bad' singer using autotune correction. Most electronic music uses this 'hard' autotune as a style of singing, and is very. 19 Mar People who hate Auto-Tune believe they're "taking a stand for real music". But what, exactly, is real music?.
27 Feb Since rising to fame as the weird techno-warble effect in the chorus of Cher's song, “Believe,” Auto-Tune has become bitchy shorthand for. Autotune is killing music today. Music used to be about talent and drive to perform. Now its any joe schmo off the street who has money and is good looking can. An extreme example is that horrific Cher song from a few years back, and the Kid Rock song Remember before autotune, when singers could actually sing? or. Download Auto-Tune Mobile and enjoy it on your iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. Auto-Tune Mobile brings vocal pitch correction to vocal performance, using Antares' world-class Auto-Tune® technology. Now Antares' . Category: Music. 6 Apr From Cher to Kanye, this 'magic box' is now the gadget of choice for artists who want to smack their pitch up.
And I don't think there's a list of this exact topic anywhere else. Suggestions are welcome. [b]Note:[/b] [Artist] did not use auto-tune, it was the talk box, like in . 25 Apr High-profile Auto-Tune skeptics include legendary rock producer Steve Albini, Daft Punk, and Jay Z, whose song “D.O.A. (Death of. Like it or love it, Antares' Auto-Tune has revolutionized not only modern recording procedures and processes, but much of modern popular music, as well. The spark began with Cher's hit song “Believe,” and it has fanned into an Auto-Tune wildfire,3 fueled substantially by robot-voiced rapper T-Pain's