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The Pokemon Theme Song - A Cappella Multitrack

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Uploaded on Jun 17, 2010

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Just to clear up any confusion. I used autotuning on the background vocals. There is NONE on the lead vocals or harmonies you might notice (or perhaps you are a person who believes autotune is strictly for people who can't sing). I used autotune to create a "consistency of sound" for the backup vocals. I was 'simulating real instruments' in this song with my voice and to create the effect of an electric bass I used autotuning to help with the sound, NOT - to correct pitches that were wrong. You don't have to believe me if you don't want to, I'm just stating the truth if anyone wants to hear it. 95% of my channel has a naturalist anti-autotune approach.


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Hey everybody! My apologies for not uploading any multitracks in the last couple months; I've been pretty busy with work and school. Here is my latest addition, the Pokemon Theme Song. While sitting around at work one day with my ipod, I listened to this like 20 times consecutively while picking apart chords and parts and decided I would multitrack it!

With a total of 58 different audio tracks (lots doubled or tripled) and LOTS of editing, I finished it :). There is also 16 different video tracks that come in and out.

The recording and mostly editing took about a week's worth of evenings to put together, so if you enjoy it, please forward this to your friends, it would mean a lot to me!


-The drum shots were transcribed and recorded shot for shot

A lot of different effects have been used on this recording. The guitar sounds have distortion and tape delays and everything has significant EQ's as well... The drums are a prime example. Also some use of pitch shifting.. no I can't sing that low lol.

No sheet music was used for this one (my first recording that was not transcribed to paper I think).

Here you can find my most recent multitracks!

And here, videos of my quartet:

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Technical stuff:

Recorded on my 2.16 Ghz Macbook. Audio recorded and edited in Logic Pro 9. Video edited and synced in Final Cut Express 4. Videos recorded in HD on Canon Powershot SD600.

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