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26th Feb '17 12:19:56 PM nombretomado
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* JenniferLopez's [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uuuRR7-PGpA cover of The Shocking Blue/Bananarama's "Venus"]].

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* JenniferLopez's Music/JenniferLopez's [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uuuRR7-PGpA cover of The Shocking Blue/Bananarama's "Venus"]].
16th Feb '17 12:51:09 PM AgProv
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** Parodied by Creator/HarryHill who "performed" the song with a Cher-styled ventriloquist doll. When it got to the bit in the song which is clearly studio-enhanced, he did the classic ventriloquist's trick of seemingly drinking a glass of water while the doll "sang" on, in lyp-sync to the song.

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** Parodied by Creator/HarryHill [[Series/HarryHillsTVBurp Harry Hill]] who "performed" the song with a Cher-styled ventriloquist doll. When it got to the bit in the song which is clearly studio-enhanced, he did the classic ventriloquist's trick of seemingly drinking a glass of water while the doll "sang" on, in lyp-sync to the song.
16th Feb '17 12:49:11 PM AgProv
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** Parodied by Creator/HarryHill who "performed" the song with a Cher-styled ventriloquist doll. When it got to the bit in the song which is clearly studio-enhanced, he did the classic ventriloquist's trick of seemingly drinking a glass of water while the doll "sang" on, in lyp-sync to the song.
31st Dec '16 9:40:00 PM nombretomado
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* Music/OwlCity uses Melodyne, a program similar to Auto-Tune, with the result (especially on his older songs) sounding like {{GLaDOS}}.

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* Music/OwlCity uses Melodyne, a program similar to Auto-Tune, with the result (especially on his older songs) sounding like {{GLaDOS}}.SelfDemonstrating/GLaDOS.
9th Dec '16 7:08:20 AM Twentington
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* Music/GeorgeStrait's recording of Rodney Crowell's "Stars on the Water" makes heavy use of it. He also uses it to a lesser extent on "It Just Comes Natural" (most apparent on the line "tumbleweeds roll", as he clearly misses a note and not even the Auto-Tune covers it up). Strait has used it or other forms of pitch-correction on other albums, most egregiously on his final live album, ''The Cowboy Rides Away: Live from AT&T Stadium''.

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* Music/GeorgeStrait's Music/GeorgeStrait frequently employs Auto-Tune or other forms of pitch correction to make his voice sound better in studio. It's most noticeable on "It Just Comes Natural", where he flubs a note on the line "tumbleweeds roll" and not even the Auto-Tune covers it up. He also used it for deliberate effect on his recording of Rodney Crowell's "Stars on the Water" makes heavy use of it. He also uses it to a lesser extent on "It Just Comes Natural" (most apparent on the line "tumbleweeds roll", as he clearly misses a note Water", and not even the Auto-Tune covers it up). Strait has used it or other forms of pitch-correction on other albums, most egregiously on his final live album, ''The Cowboy Rides Away: Live from AT&T Stadium''.Stadium'', had it used to egregious effect.



* Music/FloridaGeorgiaLine frequently have their voices corrected with Auto-Tune, especially on songs where Brian Kelley shares the lead vocal. The remix of "Cruise" featuring Music/{{Nelly}} drowns the whole song in it, and "May We All" also applies it liberally to duet partner Music/TimMcGraw's voice.

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* Music/FloridaGeorgiaLine frequently have their voices corrected with Auto-Tune, especially on songs where Brian Kelley shares the lead vocal.vocal due to him having a weaker voice than usual lead singer Tyler Hubbard. The remix of "Cruise" featuring Music/{{Nelly}} drowns the whole song in it, and "May We All" also applies it liberally to duet partner Music/TimMcGraw's voice.
25th Nov '16 3:18:59 AM AlternativeCola
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* Music/KatyPerry

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* Music/KatyPerryMusic/KatyPerry uses it in some of her songs, given the fact that she shared the same producer as Music/{{Kesha}}.
22nd Nov '16 8:29:00 PM wolftickets1969
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* Unusual for IndustrialMetal, Helalyn Flowers' "Frozen Star" has autotuned verses.


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* Nick Festari never utilized Auto-Tune in his {{Eurobeat}} productions with Hi-NRG Attack, but his solo album ''This is Me... Slower and Faster'' has it all over the place.
16th Nov '16 5:31:03 PM nombretomado
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* Using Auto-Tune in wildly inappropriate contexts (e.g. babies crying, cats meowing, normal conversation settings) has become something of a meme on Website/YouTube. The video series "AutoTuneTheNews" does this with various news clips for comedic effect. It's hit a popular zenith with the [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hMtZfW2z9dw "Bed Intruder Song"]].

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* Using Auto-Tune in wildly inappropriate contexts (e.g. babies crying, cats meowing, normal conversation settings) has become something of a meme on Website/YouTube. The video series "AutoTuneTheNews" "WebVideo/AutoTuneTheNews" does this with various news clips for comedic effect. It's hit a popular zenith with the [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hMtZfW2z9dw "Bed Intruder Song"]].
31st Oct '16 6:19:24 PM Twentington
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* The remix of Music/FloridaGeorgiaLine's "Cruise" featuring Music/{{Nelly}} drowns the whole song in Auto-Tune.

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* Music/FloridaGeorgiaLine frequently have their voices corrected with Auto-Tune, especially on songs where Brian Kelley shares the lead vocal. The remix of Music/FloridaGeorgiaLine's "Cruise" featuring Music/{{Nelly}} drowns the whole song in Auto-Tune.it, and "May We All" also applies it liberally to duet partner Music/TimMcGraw's voice.
14th Oct '16 1:56:39 AM LondonKdS
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** "Kid A" (the song, not the album) features an Auto-Tune or vocoder effect that distorts the vocal part and makes it entirely incomprehensible. This was done because, while the lyrics themselves are simply rather unsettling, they apparently represent something truly horrific to [[CloudCuckooLander Thom Yorke]], and he wanted to separate himself from it. He's never confirmed what exactly that horrific thing is, but considering the pied piper imagery and the disturbing lyrical outtakes that can be found on the Radiohead website, it looks rather like it's about rape or pedophilia. Other theories include mind control and the first human clone. The song was written while Yorke was [[CreatorBreakdown regularly hallucinating and having out-of-body experiences, among other things.]]

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** "Kid A" (the song, not the album) features an Auto-Tune or vocoder effect that distorts the vocal part and makes it entirely incomprehensible. This was done because, while the lyrics themselves on the face of it are simply enigmatic and rather unsettling, they apparently reportedly represent something truly horrific to [[CloudCuckooLander Thom Yorke]], and he wanted to separate himself from it. He's never confirmed what exactly that horrific thing is, but considering the pied piper imagery and the disturbing lyrical outtakes that can be found on the Radiohead website, it looks rather like it's about rape or pedophilia. Other theories include mind control and the first human clone. The song was written while Yorke was [[CreatorBreakdown regularly hallucinating and having out-of-body experiences, among other things.]]
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