Seriously where would we be without auto-tune? We wouldn’t have awesome videos like this filling our lazy Wednesday mornings, that’s where.
Hero of the Week, Charles Ramsey, has quickly become quite the celebrity in his own right after saving 3 kidnapped women from his neighbours house in Cleveland. You know he’s made it after finally receiving the highest honour the internet can bestow on someone: getting auto-tuned. The now famous interview has been turned into a song called “Dead Giveaway” that will most likely be stuck in your head for the rest of the day.
While I’m in slight disbelief someone is still thinking about auto-tuning everything, this New Girl auto-tuned video is actually pretty funny. It’s not like Zooey Deschanel (who stars as Jessica Day) needs it — as one half of She & Him, Deschanel has a pretty stellar singing voice. It’s just really funny to see Jess and Nick’s (played by Jake Johnson) ongoing love story condensed into a handy two minute video. Also, I really don’t mind hearing Schimdt say, “I don’t want some freshwater bitch fish. I want a lion fish” either.
Remember, Kai? He was the homeless hitchhiker who became a hero after he got all hulk smash with a hatchet on some psycho.
Kai’s heroic actions landed him a number of news reels, not to mention a spot on Jimmy Kimmel Live. The foul-mouthed hippie hero was also the latest person to be immortalized in yet another auto-tuned song. Will it replace yelling “HULK, SMASH?” every time your mom asks you to tenderize the chicken dinner with a mallet? Probably.
WATCH THE SONG HERE:
WATCH THE ORIGINAL INTERVIEW HERE:
Al Roker can’t really feel sad that his Dateline confession about pooping his pants at The White House got an auto-tuned version, considering he knew he was telling THE WORLD. Andrew Frederick, an American musician, uploaded this auto-tuned version called “I Pooped in my Pants (The Dookie Dance).”
The auto-tuned Ode to Al even features the weatherman dancing to his very own song.
Watch it here
Watch it here
YouTuber Daym Drops set a new standard for online food reviewers in April when he uploaded a video of him reviewing Five Guys Burgers and Fries. It was only a matter of time before his well rounded review was auto-tuned by the Internet.
The Songify/Gregory Brothers songified the review in “Oh My Dayum,” so you can praise the greasy goodness with him.
Who doesn’t love a little bit of auto-tune? French chef Julia Child would of celebrated her 100th birthday today. Even though she may no longer be with us, she definitely left a lasting impression and it was clear that she just wanted to entertain and educate people at the same time.
The people at PBS decided to twist things up a little and make her delicious recipes sound a million times better, if that’s even possible. There’s nothing like, “Bring on the roasted potatoes,” that makes my stomach rumble more.
We knew it would happen. Sweet Brown, who was interviewed earlier this week about narrowly escaping a fire, was finally auto-tuned so we can all sing along with her dramatic story about cold pops and getting bronchitis. If you didn’t catch it, she doesn’t have any time for bronchitis.
The song is appropriately summery, so we can all dance along.
T-Pain is vowing that he will never use Auto-Tune again, reports AllHipHop.com.
The rapper and producer told the hip hop site exclusively that he will never use Auto-Tune in his music again. Auto-tune is the singing effect that T-Pain made famous, which digitally makes voices sing on key.
It often makes them sound like a robot, too.
“I vow right here, right now, to never use Auto-Tune again,” said T-Pain in a statement. “I’m onto something that I think is bigger and better called ‘The T-Pain Effect.’”
No, he isn’t being funny or ironic. The rapper actually plans to develop a sound called “The T-Pain Effect.” He has reportedly partnered with Izotope, an audio technology company, to produce this so-called new effect.
T-Pain without Auto-Tune is like Lindsay Lohan without drugs or Arnold Schwarzenegger without secret love child’s. It’s just so bizarre. The man has an iTunes app that Auto-Tune’s peoples voice, for goodness sake. We’ll see if this lasts, because it’s kind of the only thing going for him at the moment.