As if being constantly pummeled by pop radio wasn’t enough.. it’s now possible to get your Auto-Tune vocal tweak fix on the cheap. Antares Auto-Tune EFX, a streamed down and simplified version of Auto-Tune Evo, is now available for the affordable sum of of $129 in VST, RTAS, and Audio Units formats, PC/Mac compatible, and complete with an iLok.
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602 thoughts on “Auto-Tune Is Now For The Masses”
This crap has gotten way out of hand!
T-Pains, days are numbered. He’ll need to find a new gimmick
since everybody is sucking lemons from this Fad.
I AGREE. GLAD YOU WROTE IT’ CAUSE IF I DID THEY WOULD SAY I WAS HATING.
Im sure if anyone had an auto-tune they would be having fun…but i agree, Tpain is buggin me now. wheres pete, we need some old skool Black Eyed Peas.
“That’s the joint, that’s the jam
Turn that shit up, play it again”
“Someone once asked Hildebrand if Auto-Tune was evil. He responded, “Well, my wife wears makeup. Is that evil?” Evil may be overstating the case, but makeup is an apt analogy: there is nothing natural about recorded music. Whether the engineer merely tweaks a few bum notes or makes a singer tootle like Robby the Robot, recorded music is still a composite of sounds that may or may not have happened in real time. An effect is always achieved, and not necessarily the one intended. Aren’t some of the most entertaining and fruitful sounds in pop—distortion, whammy bars, scratching—the result of glorious abuse of the tools? At this late date, it’s hard to see how the invisible use of tools could imply an inauthentic product, as if a layer of manipulation were standing between the audience and an unsullied object. In reality, the unsullied object is the Sasquatch of music. Even a purely live recording is a distortion and paraphrasing of an acoustic event.”
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