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Check out this AI program that allows artists to change their voices in real time

HYBE is a South Korean company behind many of the biggest K-pop stars in the world. They’re also very deep into cutting-edge technology, which why back in February they bought a company called Supertone for US$32 million.

Supertone’s party trick is Shift, a “one-of-a-kind real-time voice changer” that allows anyone to change their voice on the fly. HYBE says the tech will “empower creators with new possibilities of expression and content creation.) No more dubbing and overdubbing. And yes, it works with singing. Imagine using this in concert. And you thought Auto Tune was annoying, weird, and inhuman.

More at MBW.

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