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Izotope discontinued T-pain effects

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40420 posts since 20 Dec, 2005

Postby hibidy; Mon Jun 23, 2014 12:54 pm Re: Izotope discontinued T-pain effects

aMUSEd wrote:It wasn't even tpain's effect anyway - he just marketed it as his own


Nah, you're kidding? :hihi:
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Postby hibidy; Mon Jun 23, 2014 12:54 pm Re: Izotope discontinued T-pain effects

TheoM wrote:quite hilarious hey after he dumped antares.. i wonder if we will see the waves t pain effect next? :hihi:


Please god, no!
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Postby Sendy; Mon Jun 23, 2014 12:57 pm Re: Izotope discontinued T-pain effects

I guess that means I can stop looking down my nose at Izotope :hihi:

Though in my mind there's still a sort of stain on them, which will never fully go away unless the entire company can fit in a washing machine.
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Postby hibidy; Mon Jun 23, 2014 1:50 pm Re: Izotope discontinued T-pain effects

It's the tpain stain
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Postby hibidy; Mon Jun 23, 2014 1:51 pm Re: Izotope discontinued T-pain effects

"leave t pain alone!"

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Postby chokehold; Mon Jun 23, 2014 2:05 pm Re: Izotope discontinued T-pain effects

Is a T-Pain something like a Tai-Pan?
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3964 posts since 6 Sep, 2006, from Elk Grove, CA

Postby cryophonik; Mon Jun 23, 2014 2:17 pm Re: Izotope discontinued T-pain effects

Just announced: Izotope RX4 Advanced to include a De-TPainer module that "sets a new audio standard for real-time removal of our once popular T-Pain Effect plugin." :hihi:
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Postby hibidy; Mon Jun 23, 2014 2:34 pm Re: Izotope discontinued T-pain effects

haha, de-tpainer.
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Postby RunBeerRun; Mon Jun 23, 2014 3:15 pm Re: Izotope discontinued T-pain effects

I remembered the first mainstream autotune was Cher's believe, saying you're not strong enough, you don't believe in love. But hers was used as a wacky effect, not on all the time. Then all these bad songwriters came, and sure enough, etc...
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Postby hibidy; Mon Jun 23, 2014 3:17 pm Re: Izotope discontinued T-pain effects

RunBeerRun wrote:I remembered the first mainstream autotune was Cher's believe, saying you're not strong enough, you don't believe in love. But hers was used as a wacky effect, not on all the time. Then all these bad songwriters came, and sure enough, etc...


But the peoples just love it so :love: "more auto-tuna-charda-ee"
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Postby realmarco; Tue Jul 08, 2014 5:29 pm Re: Izotope discontinued T-pain effects

RunBeerRun wrote:I remembered the first mainstream autotune was Cher's believe, saying you're not strong enough, you don't believe in love. But hers was used as a wacky effect, not on all the time. Then all these bad songwriters came, and sure enough, etc...


actually on Cher that wasnt anateres autotune it was a Digitech Talker vocoder pedal

I wonder if the reason izotope discontinued it was some legal matters with Antares
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Postby osiris; Wed Jul 09, 2014 4:46 am Re: Izotope discontinued T-pain effects

hook a ride.....
on a falling star.....
Next up - the Beiber effect.
makes you sound like a no talent douche.
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20347 posts since 26 Jul, 2005, from Inside Schroedinger's Cat...or am I...

Postby robojam; Wed Jul 09, 2014 4:49 am Re: Izotope discontinued T-pain effects

osiris wrote:Next up - the Beiber effect.
makes you sound like a no talent douche.


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Well he must already have the T-Pain stain with that load in his pants...
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Postby hibidy; Wed Jul 09, 2014 8:14 am Re: Izotope discontinued T-pain effects

osiris wrote:hook a ride.....
on a falling star.....
Next up - the Beiber effect.
makes you sound like a no talent douche.


Hmmmmmmmmmm. Does it make you look like miley virus?
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19403 posts since 14 Sep, 2002, from In teh net
 

Postby aMUSEd; Wed Jul 09, 2014 8:53 am Re: Izotope discontinued T-pain effects

realmarco wrote:
RunBeerRun wrote:I remembered the first mainstream autotune was Cher's believe, saying you're not strong enough, you don't believe in love. But hers was used as a wacky effect, not on all the time. Then all these bad songwriters came, and sure enough, etc...


actually on Cher that wasnt anateres autotune it was a Digitech Talker vocoder pedal


It appears that was a deliberately promoted disinformation:

http://www.soundonsound.com/sos/feb99/a ... cks661.htm

Cher's 'Believe' (Dec 1998) was the first commercial recording to feature the audible side-effects of Antares Auto-tune software used as a deliberate creative effect. The (now) highly recognisable tonal mangling occurs when the pitch correction speed is set too fast for the audio that it is processing and it became one of the most over-used production effects of the following years.

In February 1999, when this Sound On Sound article was published, the producers of this recording were apparently so keen to maintain their 'trade secret' process that they were willing to attribute the effect to the (then) recently-released Digitech Talker vocoder pedal. As most people are now all-too familiar with the 'Cher effect', as it became known, we have maintained the article in its original form as an interesting historical footnote.
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