[OT] Re: Re: [music-dsp] Auto Pitch Shift
Nils.Schneider at gmx.net
Fri Apr 19 17:30:20 EDT 2002
It was released so early? Wow, I didn't know. Then I don't know why the
producer used such a complicated way to produce the effect (I read the
interview). Yes I agree, autotune is very often "missused". I also use the
software version as DX-Plug only to correct vocals, not to produce an
effect. I know some remixes of commercial songs where the autotune wasn't
used on the vocals, grottenschlecht sag ich dir, so richtig wiederlich! :)
----- Original Message -----
From: "Thomas Blumensath" <soundgood at web.de>
To: <music-dsp at shoko.calarts.edu>
Sent: Friday, April 19, 2002 10:58 PM
Subject: [OT]: Re: [music-dsp] Auto Pitch Shift
> it doesn't really belong here.
> And I am not 100% sure but when I was working in a studio we got this
antras autotune hardwatre processor and it was from 98 as far as I remember.
> That is definitely before the share single.
> And I don't think that antras created an effect that sounded like shares
> Well the point I tried to make is that Autotune is thought to be a tool to
correct vocals which are sung slightly out of tune and not an effect as it
is often used to where the settings are set to the extremes so that the note
jumps abruptly from one note to the other which sounds unnatural. Like the
trill in do you belieieieieve in .. in the share song.
> And I think autotune is nowadays used on every second pop album.
> But we are getting OT more and more. :)
> > No, it was vice versa: Share didn't overuse it, because the machine
> > exist. Shares producer used a vocalist machine and a vocoder with
> > much work to create the EFFECT, and Antares had the idea to create a
> > correction machine (the TOOL) after they heared the effect.
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