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Different take of Deon Jackson's Pete.... or different artist altogether.... or have you been "playing" with an audio proggy hence the emicon.... :thumbsup: ....

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Well you know he has quite a high voice so I thought it might sound good if I could lower the voice but keep the pitch/speed the same, I think it worked? I did one that converted Gladys Knight to Levi Stubbs, it was uncanny :sleep3:

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Well you know he has quite a high voice so I thought it might sound good if I could lower the voice but keep the pitch/speed the same, I think it worked?  I did one that converted Gladys Knight to Levi Stubbs, it was uncanny  :sleep3:

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Seems to have worked with Deon's as well :huh: .... everything the same except the voice :thumbsup: ....

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Seems to have worked with Deon's as well :thumbsup: .... everything the same except the voice :sleep3: ....

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I'll mess about and do a few more...unfortunately I can't get the crack to work so I can only have a go at the first 2 tracks on any cd. I managed a good beat ballad version of "This gets to me" though !

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I'll mess about and do a few more...unfortunately I can't get the crack to work so I can only have a go at the first 2 tracks on any cd.  I managed a good beat ballad version of "This gets to me" though !

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Take it the beat ballad version was the other thread of yours that didn't upload the attachment....

Could be a new line in CD's with "alternative takes" on here Pete....

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