I'm gonna guess yes because some people only care about being trendy. How can anyone seriously like a song like Barbie Girl for example?A more interesting theory however would be, if starting tomorrow all you ever see on TV or hear on the radio was Liquid Funk and/or Metal - would the mass jump trains and walk away from pop as well because obviously Liquid Funk / Metal must be totally 'in' now since it's on TV, or would they remain with pop / rnb because they really liked it?
Oh God no! Turn it off, turn it off!!!In case aboves references weren't known; here's the vids:
YouTube - AutoTune BED INTRUDER SONG With Download Link Lyrics and Looped
YouTube - DOUBLE RAINBOW SONG!! (now on iTunes)
I guess that's why I like bootlegs so much. I like to hear the mistakes, I don't know if it's a musician thing or what, but I hate when they overdub live cd's when officially released, it's just fake as far as I'm concerned. It's not just on singing it's done on those cd's but still even if it was just the voice, I don't know, it just bugs me.Auto-Tune, when used properly, is not a big deal. And by proper, I mean small corrections on people's singing.
hate it, hate it, hate it.Is Auto-Tune the WORST thing to happen to music? I mean I laugh at the Auto-tuned news segments but it saddens me how it can make any sound decent or some-what listenable.