Exactly - WE do not!A_MichaelUK wrote:>we all know how bad Alice can sound live.
Do "we" really?
HORRORHOLIC wrote: I think the auto-tune works perfectly for the song. It never comes across as Alice using it to make his voice sound any better, thats not why it was used for. I still can't explain the chills I got while listening to this one for the 1st time. What a great song!!
Gunner wrote:Isn't it the same effect that was used on Cher's vocal on 'Believe'? That is, 'vocoder'.
You need to get your facts right.Devon wrote:Tweaking and altering is nothing new, but with ProTools is 10x a lot easier to do now. Vocally and musically there have been tricks and cheats for a few decades that have been done (some discovered by accident, some on purpose.) Even Pink Floyd had to use a vocal cheat for David Gilmour on the "Wish You Were Here" album!
But since we KNOW that auto-tune wasn't used in the capacity that had been previously thought, admittedly even by me, it's no good to discuss the ifs, ands and buts about it in regards to "I Am Made of You."