Game of Thrones Season 4 is coming in two weeks and everyone is itching to see [SPOILER] die a horrible dead. Please allow me to entertain you with this wonderful auto-tuned music video that will placate your thirst like Dragonade for at least two minutes.
Why should Akon have all the fun? This new guitar has a built-in Auto-Tune feature that can change the pitch and tuning of any note played—in real-time—at the press of a button.
Steve Jobs' legacy will live forever. This auto-tuned song will not. Even if it's so stupidly bad that it's awesomely good. [Thanks David!]
What if I told you that you could be a singer if you just spoke into an app. Seriously, that's all you have to do with Songify. The app autotunes your voice and stitches it against a song. YOU SOUND AWESOME.
In a Machiavellian move of tech backstabbery, T-Pain has sworn off the use of Auto-Tune in favor of his own branded "T-Pain Effect" modulator. Will it be as good? His tones, as dulcet? Will he still buy you a drank?
It's a fact: everyone sounds better Autotuned. Smule's I Am T-Pain app now lets you send autotuned voicemails to friends and family for a small fee. Because there's no better time than the present to start calling your Aunt "shawty."
Games publisher THQ has released Vader Yourself on iTunes. It's a Darth Vader voice distorter, just in case you still can't get it right even after 30 years of practising with your head in a bucket.
If you're not familiar with the UK talent show The X Factor, think of it as American Idol with adorable British accents. And also contestants—like Gamu Nhengu here—who never miss note, thanks to glorious Auto-Tuning. Hit it, Gamu!
Hey Android users! Envious of the iPhone T-Pain app? Hungry for some portable Auto-Tune action? Are you still reading? Great, because MicDroid, the purported first Android Auto-Tune app, has landed. Commence with the rolling eyes and bleeding ears:
Presumably in an effort to engage younger audiences, this happened last week, resulting in the respectable, gray-haired host of a popular TV quiz show singing clues through a trendy pitch-correcting software used by artists such as T-Pain and Kanye West.
Maybe the best use of the front-facing camera I've seen yet comes from Smule's auto-tunetastic I Am T-Pain app. Because now, you can star in your own autotuned music video. It's pretty genius.
All Things Considered, auto-tuned! Tote bags, unboxed! When NPR does an internet parody, folks, they do it right. Including—of course—a special Chatroulette surprise.
Wolf howls! Auto-tune! Random, creepy, nine-second voice-over interlude! This is going to be blasting from my speaker dock from now until forever. You're welcome.
What bothers me about most videos using autotune is that they go overboard with the effect. A bit of subtlety works so much better. Take this short clip of the iPad keynote for example. It's definitely worthy of imitation.
Did you blink during the Super Bowl commercial breaks? Too bad if you did, because it means you may have missed the anemic number of gadget or tech-related commercials worth talking about tomorrow at the water cooler. But! Megan Fox!
The T-Pain app we love so much got an important update today: Singing over your iTunes library. Don't know about you, but I can't wait to croon with the Auto-Tune over Miley Cyrus and Party In the U.S.A.