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Whenever I listen to this track, it feels like there is an additional sound applied to the singer's voice. The singer can sing very well, that's I know for sure, because I saw him live. By the way, in this track, there is an additional sound/feel used along with his singing; and that additional feel/sound makes the singing/voice more attractive and sharp. What is this technology/technique known as? Is this technology/technique applied by using only software or hardware or using both?

I am talking about this track

Listen from 0:18 to 0:57 ; 1:40 to 1:55 very attentively. I am Not talking about harmonization/echo here. I am talking about an extra layer of digital/computerized/artificial sound or something else which has been added in some/all parts of the track.

  • it's just auto tune, is that what you're after ? – frcake Nov 6 '17 at 12:00
  • oh ok. The singer is singing in correct pitch originally, and adding autotune makes the voice more attractive. Am I right? Can a free audio editing software give me that effect with my singing? – jabi Nov 6 '17 at 12:14
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    autotune is a very obtrusive effect. You may like it but others don't so when you say "Makes the voice more attractive" is not exactly true. It does what an effect does to a sound. I'm sure there are plenty free autotune effects out there , but im not Google. Good luck. – frcake Nov 6 '17 at 12:18
  • thanks for your answer. Can you write your first comment as an answer? :) – jabi Nov 6 '17 at 12:25
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What you're after is autotune effect.

Autotune started as a correction effect but quickly became a sensation. So it's currently used in most of the music we listen to.

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