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Doggone Blues

 
uploaded: Fri, Nov 22, 2013 @ 5:42 AM last modified: Fri, Nov 22, 2013 @ 5:43 AM  (add)
bySpeck
length1:27
BPM75.363
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Just a little experiment. I was curious, both about Melodyne and my voice, so I downloaded the free trial version of Melodyne, found a public domain song at pdmusic.org, sang it (well, one verse and the chorus), loaded it, clicked pitch correct, snap to Bb minor (the option that appeared), saved it, loaded it and the original into my DAW, panned one left and one right to see/hear the difference. The result is a kind of a flangeing close harmony thing.

The .zip contains the original unmelodyned files and variations.

The song is Ev’rybody’s Crazy ‘Bout the Doggone Blues But I’m Happy (1908) by Henry Creamer and Turner Layton

I’m not really sure about the bpm but that’s what my DAW auto-detected.
 

Contents of ZIP Archive: doggone raw and variants

  • /voc 01a verse one melodyned1 pitch correct to Eb minor.wav (4.95MB)
  • /voc 01a verse one.wav (4.99MB)
  • /voc 02a chorus melodyned1 pitch correct to Bb minor.wav (9.13MB)
  • /voc 02a chorus melodyned2.wav (10.65MB)
  • /voc 02a chorus.wav (9.01MB)
  • /voc 03a chorus original left, pitch corrected right 75.363bpm.wav (9.13MB)
  • /voc 04a verse one original left, pitch corrected right 75.363bpm.wav (5.03MB)

"Doggone Blues"
by Speck

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