Here's a good question for the real experienced guys. How do you get a passable performance out of a tone-deaf singer... I know it can be done. I've heard it. But pitch correction can only get you so far and is not exactly the snappiest method of getting things done. The reason I ask is I sold a backing track to an aspiring RnB singer not realizing how horrific her pitch and even worse, her EAR for pitch, was. And now, I'm baffled... I don't want her to accrue some huge studio bill. I'm not a greedy dude. However, I'm also not going to do a whole ton of work for free. So, I'm trying to come up with a middle ground, some way of helping her prepare better or record her more efficiently to where I can keep the bill down and still deliver a decent product. Any advice is appreciated guys (Lol, as long as it isn't "just slap some compression and pitch correction on her and hope for the best").