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Doug Lane
post Mar 19 2014, 12:30 AM
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Hey guys, long time no talk! I managed to find some free time today to dig through the gold mines of the internet, and I found this little gem of a youtube channel. The guys name is Oleg Berg, and He uses Celemony Melodyne to re-pitch popular classic songs into a totally new kind of experience, usually in the way of changing minor to major, and vice versa.



I really like the idea of taking the conventional examples of popular music and retooling their intervals to fit different scales. Anyone else ever thought about doing the same for some personal study? I want to do a little bit of it myself, just need to find a good song I want to start with!

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Todd Simpson
post Mar 19 2014, 03:18 AM
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Very cool stuff smile.gif I remember when the auto tune memes started taking over youtube a bit back. They got sorta stale for a while but this one is quite well done!

This is my fave. Obama singing about love smile.gif




QUOTE (Doug Lane @ Mar 18 2014, 07:30 PM) *
Hey guys, long time no talk! I managed to find some free time today to dig through the gold mines of the internet, and I found this little gem of a youtube channel. The guys name is Oleg Berg, and He uses Celemony Melodyne to re-pitch popular classic songs into a totally new kind of experience, usually in the way of changing minor to major, and vice versa.



I really like the idea of taking the conventional examples of popular music and retooling their intervals to fit different scales. Anyone else ever thought about doing the same for some personal study? I want to do a little bit of it myself, just need to find a good song I want to start with!


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post Mar 19 2014, 05:24 AM
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QUOTE (Todd Simpson @ Mar 19 2014, 02:18 AM) *
Very cool stuff smile.gif I remember when the auto tune memes started taking over youtube a bit back. They got sorta stale for a while but this one is quite well done!

This is my fave. Obama singing about love smile.gif




BLR is a whole 'nother level of awesome with this! I love how they can take rhythms from visual cues in regular communications to make entirely original tracks. It is really astounding how different you can make things sound just by taking certain elements verbatim, and applying new rules to change what you can, and making that rule something not generally considering the music was right on the money here. My first experience with this kind of alteration was from a guy who calls himself StSanders.



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post Mar 19 2014, 01:44 PM
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Very cool stuff. I think same guy did Metallica's most famous balland to the major key smile.gif Never tried but heard many good things about the melodyne though


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