T-Pain Replaces Auto-Tune With "The T-Pain Effect” For "RevolveR” Album
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T-Pain Replaces Auto-Tune With The T-Pain Effect For RevolveR Album

T-Pain sticks with his word and ditches auto-tune for his upcoming album titled "RevolveR.”

Weeks after announcing that he will no longer use auto-tune in his music it appears that T-Pain plans on sticking to his word. In an interview with Billboard.com the producer/musician revealed that he still plans on ditching auto-tune for the new “The T-Pain Effect.”

“You can't stick with one thing forever," T-Pain explained. "After you figure out how stuff works, you've got to start making your own. When everybody talks about (Auto-Tune), they pretty much say T-Pain. So what simpler thing to do? It's supply and demand. You want the T-Pain sound? I'm gonna give you the T-Pain effect."

The T-Pain Effect was first announced back in June and is a collaboration between both T-Pain and Boston-based audio technology company iZotope.

We’ll likely get a taste of this latest audio technology on T-Pain’s upcoming album RevolveR.

"There's so much different stuff on it,” said T-Pain in regards to the album. “I almost confused myself on what I wanted to do because I've gotten such a completely different audience from...the Taylor Swift stuff and the Bud Light commercial and Toshiba...I've just gotten so many other people and so many different audiences. I had to make different kinds of music for everybody but still keep it classic T-Pain at the same time. That got kind of confusing and hard, but it all worked out."

Those wishing to get in on The T-Pain Effect can purchase it through iZotope for $99. It features 50 beats as well as recording and distribution software.


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