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What do you think about some music artists and performers using auto tuners?
I think it is weak to use auto tuner. That is why I love the Jayz song called death of auto tune.
I think about how Jerry Garcia made us forget ourselves with his slide guitar. I think about AC/DC, Prince, Led zeppelin, George Harrison et al. mmmmm
It's a pathetic way to try and cover up the fact that your voice doesn't sound that great. But at the same time, it's perfect for some artists now-a-days in order to connect with the way pop music is angling toward an electronic base.
I think its wrong because it used to be that a person was admired to have an actual voice but these days its all about if you have allot of money tucked away somewhere so that you can become famous even if your voice is awful but can be covered up by auto tune.
I think it's saddening. I want to love artists for their talents. If you're a good singer with a beautiful, talented voice, you are. If you use an auto tuner to give the illusion that you have all of that, you are an imposter of sorts... unless you make it known that you use those sorts of things...
it's sort of like athletes with and without steroids.
I don't have a problem with it if it's done every once in a while I mean it can sound kinda cool but I stop taking an artist seriously if all they ever use is auto-tune, If you claim to be a singer then you should actually be able to sing WELL.
I think auto tune, if used correctly, can make a song/rap sound really cool. However, some artists do not use it correctly and the song/rap doesn't sound right. Good question!
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