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    Recording this song for someone

    lullaby by spill canvas

    but cant sing
    tried making heads and tails of autotune - not a clue tbh

    anyone know anyother solutions? ?
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    Give them the actual song.
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    Fawns solution would be quickest and easiest.

    However, I'm afraid if you are not up to singing it, the only solution is to get someone in you know of that can sing, or is at least closer to the mark than yourself.
    Autotune can help 'smooth' out a vocal that has already been sung reasonably well so it sits nicely in the mix, but it can't make a poor singer sound fantastic. Thats a common misconception. Of course if you want to go to one extreme and get the robot voice sound used by a million and one r&b artists out there who can't sing for toffee, get hold of melodyne (as its easier for inventive effects), sing however the hell you want, off key, horrid, whatever, and then just drag and drop the audio in melodyne to the key you want, adjust the correction parameters and you'll have a horrendous unnatural robotic timberland vocal.

    However I'm presuming thats not what you're after
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    As Fawn said
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    (Original post by Jacobdatz)
    Recording this song for someone

    lullaby by spill canvas

    but cant sing
    tried making heads and tails of autotune - not a clue tbh

    anyone know anyother solutions? ?
    I'll charge you $62.
 
 
 
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