On Monday afternoon I will be recording a group (6-7) of non-singers singing a parody song for an event. The song being parodied is a novelty song and the only instrumental/karaoke versions of the song I've been able to find are rather sparse keyboard or guitar only tracks...which means that the non-singers will need to carry the tune. This isn't a singing competition so while the key priority is everyone has fun, what are the "simple" things I can do to make it sound like we can sing even just a bit. [more inside]
All-in-1 package for music editing that includes features like Auto-Tune and Melodyne? [more inside]
Autotune for the amateur non-singer parodist - can it be done for free? [more inside]
Am I crazy, or is Chase Bank using auto-tune for their CSRs? [more inside]
What's the name of this new rock/pop album, I recently heard about (on NPR?) that used autotune creatively? [more inside]
What's a good (and not terribly expensive) portable setup for adding AutoTune to live vocals? This would be in NYC, and the world needs to experience AutoTune karaoke. [more inside]
Why did Bon Iver decide to use auto-tune in "Woods?" The song is stunning. But the eletronic filter is breaking my heart. I might be able to reconcile my disappointment if I can make sense of this as an artistic choice.