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      CommentAuthorhmobius
    • CommentTimeMar 21st 2008
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    Well, it was limited to mutating Cher's voice and correcting a bum note here or there. Now you can auto-correct the pitch of individual notes in a chord as well in post-production. Kind of takes the fun out of being proficient in your instrument.

    Direct Note Access

    Now all they need ot do is loop it into a live setup with a minimal delay and the death of real music with the cracks and mistakes is gone....
    • CommentAuthorjayverni
    • CommentTimeMar 22nd 2008
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    Honestly, I'm surprised it took this long. I remember a film from the 80's, can't remember the name, where advertising models were being replaced with computer creations and killed off. Thanks to photoshop the "Perfect" world is here in magazines, and now our "pop" stations will be filled with "Perfect" singles performed by... no one I guess... Not that I listen to much pop anyway, but hopefully I'll be able to save my children and inundate them with the good stuff.
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    I remember a film from the 80's, can't remember the name, where advertising models were being replaced with computer creations and killed off.

    I think that sounds like Looker.
    • CommentAuthorjayverni
    • CommentTimeMar 22nd 2008
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    That is TOTALLY it. How could I forget Finney and Coburn and those incredible hairdos! And the timestopping gizmo! Its all coming back to me now!
    • CommentAuthorpi8you
    • CommentTimeMar 24th 2008
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    The Josie & The Pussycats movie revolved around this sort of device as well, only in a more evil genius sort of application, and I feel terrible for knowing that.
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      CommentAuthorkahavi
    • CommentTimeMar 24th 2008
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    I am kind of curious of this program. It offers a lot of interesting benefits when it comes to making remixes of songs and creating samples. However, I wouldn't want this to be used on actual live recordings, or even studio recordings. The point of music is not to be perfect, but to be felt.

    Still, the inner wannabe-DJ in me is very curious...