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The 404 Throwback Ep. 363: Where we autotune Brian Tong to death (podcast)

CNET's host of The Apple Byte joins the 404 crew in NY for this throwback classic. (Original air date: 6/16/09)

By September 30, 2014

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Peavey AT-200 brings Auto-Tune to guitars

Peavey promises you'll never stop playing to retune your guitar again, and every chord will sound perfect.

By January 31, 2012

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Peavey AT-200 is the first Auto-Tune guitar

The Peavey AT-200 is the first guitar rockin' a built-in Auto-Tune for perfect-pitched riffs.

By January 31, 2012

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Turn your iPhone into a Peter Frampton-style talkbox

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.

By February 13, 2013

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Robert Moog inspires amazing Google synthesizer you can play

Robert Moog, electronic musical pioneer, is celebrated today by a Google Doodle recreating the Moog synthesizer.

By May 22, 2012

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Will 'American Idol' be wrecked by Auto-Tune affair?

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.

By August 25, 2010

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Kinect's Dance Central: The Auto-Tune of dancing

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.

By August 17, 2010

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How Auto-Tune makes the news funny

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.

By August 4, 2010

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iMac for £600, but only for US students

A new cut-price version version of the iMac has appeared on Apple's US website, but unfortunately it's only for educational institutions.

By August 8, 2011

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T-Pain's Auto-Tune iPhone app: You can do it all by yourse-el-el-el-elf

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!

By September 4, 2009