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Software for vocal pitch training that supports notes and realtime visual feedback

Many of the modern music programs support the functionality where one can see and correct his music pitch mistakes. For example, Auto-Tune. I didn't try it and don't know whether it has the ...
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Audition - Auto-Tune to song

I am trying to change the pitch (autotune) to song. * I have audio of someone speaking, and I want to change the pitch to a melody of a song. Can anyone help me? The normal pitch correction only ...
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Songify the speech

I am trying to create a song like this video. I use both ableton & FL studio. I don't really worry for the music part. But for the speech, how can I achieve it? ...
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Identify digital instrument or origin of samples used in “Temmie” music in “Undertale” game

Where do the vocal sounds in the "Temmie Village" music track of the video game "Undertale" stem from? Video with music: http://youtube.com/watch?v=yOD8ZZ8RTic Can you identify whether they are from ...
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How to auto-tune without getting a metallic sound?

I try to auto-tune a vocal track. I want it to sound as natural as possible, and only want to correct the pitch. The problem is that I get a very metallic/computer-sound. I use Antares Auto-Tune. I ...
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Audio effect: tune to a particular frequency

What software configuration or VST do you recommend for taking a realtime audio feed and "tune" it to a particular frequency (note)?
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What is the difference between Autotune and a Vocoder?

A friend of mine mentioned that he had read somewhere that Autotune is actually not a vocoder. Is this true? If so, what is the difference?
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How to recognize if Auto-Tune has been used in a recording? Is it needed?

Auto-Tune is getting way too popular nowadays, as can be read in this part of Wikipedia: In 2009, Time magazine quoted an unnamed Grammy-winning recording engineer as saying, "Let's just say I'...