#1
Saw this in another forum and thought the pit might like it.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iNzrwh2Z2hQ&feature=player_embedded

All the chart toppers autotuned and arranged to form one big song that fits together quite well.


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#2
Pretty cool so far. Before a bunch of people start bashing pop I just want to say I think this could be done with just about any music if it's autotuned to the same key.
#3
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Pretty cool so far. Before a bunch of people start bashing pop I just want to say I think this could be done with just about any music if it's autotuned to the same key.

Winnar.

Metal is also interchangeable.
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Pretty cool so far. Before a bunch of people start bashing pop I just want to say I think this could be done with just about any music if it's autotuned to the same key.

I guess some death metal or metalcore might be able to be merged like that, but the auto-tune would sound so weird.


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#6
Well, actually any music can be interchangeable that way...

I thought it was pretty cool.
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#7
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I guess some death metal or metalcore might be able to be merged like that, but the auto-tune would sound so weird.

I'm sure you could find enough songs in E or D minor so you wouldn't have to autotune metal...
#8
I've seen something like this, its called the 'Four Chords Song' by Axis Of Awesome. That was pretty cool.
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#10
I heard a very good comment the other day from a DJ, something along the lines of:
Imagine bringing someone from 1960 and showing him the music of 1970, the long haired hippies etc, he'd be shocked. Similarly someone from 1970 would see a huge difference between that and the punk rock of 1980s. Someone from 1980 would never have conceived the grunge of the early 90s. However if you take someone from 1990 and show him/her the music of 2009 they wouldn't be surprised in the least, very little has changed.

However, there are some exceptions, some pop music can be really good, for example: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hY4IBVolt2w&feature=related
We need more musicians like that.
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#11
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I've seen something like this, its called the 'Four Chords Song' by Axis Of Awesome. That was pretty cool.


Yeah that was pretty cool but this thing's so much cooler. The effort it musta took.
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#12
Quote by mario61
I've seen something like this, its called the 'Four Chords Song' by Axis Of Awesome. That was pretty cool.


Ive seen that too. I think it illustrates TS's point about it all being interchangeable better
#13
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#14
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Winnar.

Metal is also interchangeable.

I doubt it, there's not as much space as in pop or hip hop. If you tried mixing multiple songs together it'd sound like a fucking mess.
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I heard a very good comment the other day from a DJ, something along the lines of:
Imagine bringing someone from 1960 and showing him the music of 1970, the long haired hippies etc, he'd be shocked. Similarly someone from 1970 would see a huge difference between that and the punk rock of 1980s. Someone from 1980 would never have conceived the grunge of the early 90s. However if you take someone from 1990 and show him/her the music of 2009 they wouldn't be surprised in the least, very little has changed.

However, there are some exceptions, some pop music can be really good, for example: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hY4IBVolt2w&feature=related
We need more musicians like that.

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I don't think pop necessarily is bad. It's just we hear the most popular, and thus the most easily accessible songs.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5xyGOeG8vdo

She's pop but is a pretty decent artist.

Btw, isn't damien rice more rooted in folk than pop?
#17
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Btw, isn't damien rice more rooted in folk than pop?

Probably should have qualified that I meant pop as in popular, not pop as in the genre.
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