Peavey promises you'll never stop playing to retune your guitar again, and every chord will sound perfect.
The Peavey AT-200 is the first guitar rockin' a built-in Auto-Tune for perfect-pitched riffs.
Forget autotune, the talkbox is where it's at for making robot noises with your mouth. The Wee-Wow turns your iPhone into a talkbox, complete with tubing.
Robert Moog, electronic musical pioneer, is celebrated today by a Google Doodle recreating the Moog synthesizer.
News that Auto-Tune was reportedly used to alter act on most recent edition of Britain's "X-Factor" show could mean lost trust for all singing reality shows.
How did Harmonix's upcoming dance game reel in a highly reticent editor? By making him feel like he was a better dancer than he is.
In their latest effort, the Gregory Brothers--with help from Auto-Tune software--turn news of an intruder in a woman's bedroom into a YouTube hit.
A new cut-price version version of the iMac has appeared on Apple's US website, but unfortunately it's only for educational institutions.
After months of anticipation, singing robot T-Pain has finally unleashed his secret weapon: an iPhone application that gives users the power to make their crappy singing voice sound...just as crappy. But digitized!
Brian Tong, host of CNET TV's The Apple Byte, finally makes the trip out to New York for the sole purpose of helping us host the show. Alright, we wish--in reality Brian is out here for a much nobler cause. Today's show is filled with everything you'd expect from Apple fanboys and video game nerds!