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Mix of 2 videos from youtube : Call Me Maybe - Miami Dolphins Cheerleaders vs US Military

Mix of 2 videos from youtube : Call Me Maybe - Miami Dolphins Cheerleaders vs US Military | Science, Technology, and Current Futurism | Scoop.it
Mix of 2 videos from youtube : Call Me Maybe - Miami Dolphins Cheerleaders vs US Military
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Youtube Multiplier : Mix and mashup from 2 to 8 YouTube videos on a single page

Youtube Multiplier : Mix and mashup from 2 to 8 YouTube videos on a single page | Science, Technology, and Current Futurism | Scoop.it
Play from 2 to 8 YouTube videos at once, with global control. More images, more videos, more sounds, more fun! Make enjoyable mashups and share them.
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Auto-Tune - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Auto-Tune is an audio processor created by Antares Audio Technologies, which uses a proprietary device to measure and alter pitch in vocal and instrumental music recording and performances through use of a phase vocoder.[2][not in citation given] It was originally intended to disguise or correct off-key inaccuracies, allowing vocal tracks to be perfectly tuned despite originally being slightly off-key.

The processor slightly bends pitches to the nearest true semitone (to the exact pitch of the nearest tone in traditional equal temperament). Auto-Tune can also be used as an effect to distort the human voice when pitch is raised or lowered significantly.[3] The overall effect to the discerning ear can be described as hearing the voice leap from note to note stepwise, like a synthesizer.

Auto-Tune is available as a plug-in for professional audio multi-tracking suites used in a studio setting and as a stand-alone, rack-mounted unit for live performance processing.[4] Auto-Tune has become standard equipment in professional recording studios.[5]

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It appears that auto-tune is used WITH video editing mash up to produce the new art form "auto tune mashup". 

 

from the article: "Despite its bad reputation, some critics have argued that Auto-Tune opens up new possibilities in pop music, especially in hip-hop and R&B. Instead of using it as a crutch for poor vocals—its originally designed purpose—some musicians intentionally use the technology to mediate and augment their artistic expression. "It’s neither a fight with technology nor love of it; it’s more like glossy coexistence, a strange new dance of give-and-take," writes Jayce Clayton. "The plug-in creates a different relation of voice to machine than ever before. Rather than novelty or some warped mimetic response to computers, Auto-Tune is a contemporary strategy for intimacy with the digital. As such, it becomes quite humanizing. Auto-Tune operates as a duet between the electronics and the personal. A reconciliation with technology."[46]

 
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