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Did they REALLY just auto-tune Aretha ? SERIOUSLY ?

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OK, before we start, I need to get something straight.

Aretha Franklin is a legend, one of the greatest singers of all time, and if she chooses to sing through a kazoo whilst breathing helium, that’s fine with me.

Seriously, you just don’t argue with talent like that.

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LANDR: Automated online mastering – but is it any good ? My test

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I’ve had so many people asking me what I thought of the new LANDR automated online mastering service, that I decided I just had to check it out !

LANDR offers “Professional Audio Mastering”, saying you can “Sound like a pro. Instant results at a fraction of the cost of studio mastering.”

But is it any good ?

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How to sound loud on iTunes Radio – the surprising secret of U2′s new album

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Standing out from the competition is crucial, right ?

And the best way to do that is make you music really zarking loud, right?

Wrong.

To find out the real way to make your music stand out in the 21st century, watch the video above – the answer may surprise you.

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Music Tech Fest – 100% inspirational

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Technology is an amazing thing.

A two-edged sword, sometimes – but an amazing thing.

And music technology is no exception. As proved by any one of the following paragraphs:

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Why you want to go to Music Tech Fest, even if you don’t realise it yet

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This Friday I’ll be presenting my Perception plugin at Music Tech Fest in London.

I hadn’t heard of the event before, but the more I learned the more I realised just how cool it’s going to be. And that was before I got my invitation…

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BBC Radio 4 Interview

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Ian Shepherd from Production Advice discusses the Loudness Wars

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