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Kelly's Music Prezi

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Kelly Yanucil

on 13 June 2013

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Transcript of Kelly's Music Prezi

Lip-Syncing and Auto Tuning
in the Music Industry

By: Kelly Yanucil
Singers who use
Auto-tune
Not just a pop thing
The Grammys
Most embarrassing way to get caught
Famous Singers who have got caught lip-syncing
Reputation that was saved
Impact on Society
Who Invented?
Auto-tuning
Lip-syncing
Lip-Syncing= to give the appearance of a live performance by having one move their lips to a pre-recorded track
Auto-tuning= a pitch correcting software to help a singer's voice sound perfect
Under a Magnifying glass
Why do singers use these tools?
-Bad voice
-Pressure
-Not enough time to practice
-Song is to difficult
-Conditions are not right
-Rather focus on something else
-Forced to
"It was too cold to sing"
"I practice until my feet bleed and I did not have time to rehearse with the orchestra," she said. "Due to no proper sound check, I did not feel comfortable taking a risk. It was about the president and the inauguration, and I wanted to make him and my country proud, so I decided to sing along with my pre-recorded track, which is very common in the music industry. And I'm very proud of my performance."
-Ashlee Simpson SNL
- Ashlee sang at the half time of the Orange Bowl
-Booed by over 70,000 people
-Sponsored by the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences
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-One Rule no lip-syncing
Believe
Believe
- Released in 1998 by Cher
-Opened the world's eyes to auto-tune
-Fans are starting to lip-sync
-The performance is more important than the singing
The Device
First Use of Auto-tune
-Cher
"Believe"
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