Of course I've heard the argument that instead of reaching for pitch correction with a less than desired performance, you should find a better singer who can sing in tune. For me, seeing as that pitch correction is used in almost all "pop" music nowadays. And I focus primarily on recording "pop", melodyne and auto-tune are two core tools of my studio and buisness. I've recently noticed a problem with Auto-Tune EFX 3 that has been happening a lot lately and I'm wondering what you all think. Especially with a lower vocal, auto tune seems to create a harsh "feedback" type sound on certain spots of a vocal. It's a ringing around the 8k+ range and is difficult to get rid of when auto tune is in the strip. Changing the retune speed and or switching between vocal types (Bartitone, tenor, Instrument) doesn't fix this and I've tried every combination of settings. It sounds as though when the note isn't quite reached by the singer, the plug in is trying to force the note where it isn't normally going it in turn amplifies this harsh frequency and makes a painful ringing. Without the tuning i can't hear this problem, so I'm convinced it's the plug ins fault. If anyone has suggestions or the same problem let me know. Thanks!!