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Don't like the sound of your voice? You can do something about that!

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If you’re anything like me, you most likely hate listening to recordings of your own voice. Fear no more! Now you can do something about this! (Well, you could since 1998, but that’s besides the point.) Yes, pitch correction software (aka auto-tune) is here and may be present in your life more than you think, even if you think you don’t listen to auto-tuned music! These tools are ubiquitous within the music industry nowadays, but to what extent? And how much can we really tell? Sometimes its use is extremely subtle. In this talk we shall explore these questions and more, including how you can use it, how and why the software works. If time allows we may also cover additional topics such as real-time pitch correction tools.

This talk is part of the Churchill CompSci Talks series.

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