On Wed, Oct 19, 2011 at 10:02:44PM +0200, Philipp Überbacher wrote:
> In at least the time I could observe them many musicians fell into two
True. And there is nothing wrong with wanting to play in the popular
style of the present (Pop). But that's not the same thing as assuming
that using the plugins/effects used on a recent hit will automagically
produce something interesting, or that you need them at all.
Some months ago someone wrote that zita-at1 was indeed the only
usable autotuner on Linux, but that unfortunately it could not
produce some effects that were popular at the time. As far as I
know, that refers to male singers sounding as if their b***s are
being squeezed or roasted. Is such an effect an essential element
of 'the popular style of the present' ? AFAICT it will be forgotten
soon if it isn't already. It's the sort of thing that gets boring
the third time you hear it.
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