Fake It Until We Cannot Take It: How Autotune Has Ruined Music

As made clear in this video, the fakery of the music industry is not a conspiracy theory: it is a conspiracy fact. Still, I am amazed at how difficult it is to get people to see beyond anything that is not as blatantly obvious as this. If the music industry has gone this far (conspired to create fake vocals), what else have they done? – It is one thing for people to have a backing track while moving too quickly on stage to sing, but this video reveals that fake vocals are standard fare on studio albums, themselves. This is not simply to enhance, but to completely alter the vocals of the original “artist”.

There is disinformation floating around out there about the music industry, but it can be difficult to separate truth from fact. The facts in this video are difficult, if not impossible, to dispute. For those like me who found it hard to accept, saw the industry for what it is, and now are trying to show others, starting with  a video like this might help to open the door without triggering defenses.

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.[2] It was originally intended to disguise or correct off-key inaccuracies, allowing vocal tracks to be perfectly tuned despite originally being slightly off-key.

One of the many reasons that the loss of Donna Summer was so profound is that she did not need any help from the studio. She represented a bygone era, on more than one level.

Wakey, wakey, folks. If the mainstream media is reporting on this…

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