February 26, 2012

Panic! at the Disco - A Fever You Can't Sweat Out (Decaydance, 2005)

Panic! at the Disco - A Fever You Can't Sweat Out
The practice nowadays? Fast Auto-Tune voice!

  1. "Fast Auto-Tune": According to Harmony Central, "the single most important Auto-Tune parameter for natural pitch correction is Retune Speed. This is the speed at which the pitches of any out-of-tune notes in the audio are changed to the "right" notes. The goal is to set a Retune Speed that's fast enough to get out-of-tune notes in tune quickly, but not so fast that you can hear it happening in an unnatural way."
  2. A member of the Recording Review forum says, "Panic! At The Disco is possibly the worst live band ever...listen to the freaking autotune! They can't sing for the life of them!" A member of the Cakewalk forum concurs: "I've heard worse on the radio too often, but I can't think of them off hand. The autotune effect is awful and ruins songs."
  3. Alternative anagram:
Panic! at the Disco's A Fever You Can't Sweat Out
Nasty faces, pathetic words, Auto-Tune voice.

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