Life on Auto-Tune: The disconnecting power of perfection

A uto-tune is the plastic surgery of the music world. It makes things pretty, but is it real? Have you been to a live concert of a big act only to find the live performance sounds very little like the album you downloaded? It becomes clear the artist nipped and tucked his or her own voice to be something it isn’t. For good or ill, the artist deprives us of his or her true self. This creates…

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Self-Enrichment Educator. Narcissistic and Spiritual Abuse Awareness Advocate.

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