Fabian couldn't sing....? what a bummer.... I sing the same song in every time of music there have been pretenders and the real thing... this artist for example is GREAT and its the power of her songs http://www.antjeduvekot.com/ she should be selling millions and may yet...keep the faith talent alone has never done it- good management, persistence and talent
From: Dean Milano <[address removed]> To: [address removed] Sent: Wednesday, October 31,[masked]:08 PM Subject: RE: [vocalists-151] Melodyne questions?
I'm sure there are many instances where it will benefit
people, such as in your particular case.
I'm also thinking however, about the folks who are becoming
commercially successful because they use these devices to fix their voices in
the studio and then they lyp synch their songs in live
No one ever really hears them sing and no one is aware that
they probably can't sing.
Britney Spears comes to mind.
All you have to do is look good and dance around and the
gimmicks will take care of your voice.
At least everyone knew Fabian couldn't really sing back in the
From: [address removed]
[mailto:[address removed]] On Behalf Of Johnny
Geib Sent: Wednesday, October 31,[masked]:31 PM To:
[address removed] Subject: Re: [vocalists-151] Melodyne
not sure I agree with that. The one thing that Melodyne has done for my clients
is give them ability to concentrate on the performance and the emotion yet have
the ability to go back and fix small portions that they know they can sing. It's
not a sin and I find I get much more emotional performances out of my singers
when they know they don't have to re1sing the same part 100 times for the sake
of one note.
Secondly, for myself, it's a tool I now have since
developing Dysphonia (a condition that has taken 60% of my voice). While I'll
never perform live again, I can still write and get some pretty decent vocal
This kind of technology, if used correctly (and not over
used) does not mean you're cheating or should be singing if you do use it. Just
my opinion here.
From: Dean Milano
<[address removed]> To: [address removed] Sent: Wednesday, October 31,[masked]:20
AM Subject: RE: [vocalists-151]
I've always been totally uncomfortable with
things like Melodyne.
If I'm in the studio and I sing a part flat, I
have to go back and re-do it. If I can't sing it right without the aid of a
device, then I feel like I shouldn't be singing the part at
From: [address removed]
[mailto:[address removed]] On Behalf Of John
Ludwig Sent: Monday, October 29,[masked]:42 PM To:
[address removed] Subject: [vocalists-151] Melodyne
If any of you are out there using Melodyne for the many things it can do,
including pitch correction, I am attending a Grammy members only event at
the Chicago Recording Company this Thursday called, In The Studio: Perfecting
Your Production With Melodyne.
If you have any questions you'd like asked feel free to get back to
me. I have the program, but feel I only know a fraction of what it can do.
Meet with Chicagoland people who write and perform songs! Our motto is, "Where songwriters gather and grow". All singers and songwriters in all genres are welcome! Network, collaborate, and learn the craft of songwriting. Our monthly meetings around the Chicago area ( also known as Song Sharing) typically include song circles where you can share your music and get positive feedback. We also provide performance opportunities at venues across the area.