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Sorry, if I am a bit unclear, but I've got a quick sample (of how should it sound a bit like) if you click here. These types of songs/editing are quite rare and can't be easily found and since they can't be found, I have no idea how to edit voices changing pitch, but not making the voice sound odd. (the edited also sounds a bit, like it is in some chords or harmony)

More examples: (as I hear them): 1.

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  • Appreciate it @RoryAlsop – Kristofer Vesi Jul 15 '17 at 22:16
  • I wouldn't say voice pitching is rare at all, It's actually a really common practice, especially with specific hip hop artists, and EDM in general. You just need a program that can pitch up and down, and then pitch the FORMANT up and down with it. It mostly takes practice and fiddling around. – user22688 Aug 13 '17 at 16:12
  • You can also just speed up or slow down the sample, but then timing can be a bear to deal with – user22688 Aug 13 '17 at 16:14
  • So Audacity Pitch would do the thing? I have experimented with it, but I don't see it as the thing I am searching for – Kristofer Vesi Aug 13 '17 at 16:23
  • I think it'd be a great place to start practicing for sure. I haven't used it, but most pitching software works very similarly. It all comes down to LISTENING and making small adjustments. Like I said before, the formant is important, and weird sounding voice pitch often means the formant wasn't moved (in my experience). – user22688 Aug 13 '17 at 16:25

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