Anyone who has ever walked into a recording studio knows that there are ever-increasing choices available for processing sound: EQ, compression, reverb, etc. And if you want to sound knowledgable in a recording studio you can say stuff like "I think you should roll a little off the bass" and people will think you are not only experienced, but tasteful.
One thing you never hear in a recording studio, though, is "Can you hit the Etta James button on my vocal, please?" This is because there is no such thing. But there should be, especially for certain people who have thin-ish voices that tend to crack in the mid-range. Not that we know any of those people, but if we did...we know they would want to employ the EJB.
With this device, I could sound like Etta James, and so could you. Even Pee Wee Herman could sing like Etta James if he wanted to.
Actually, maybe Etta James IS Pee Wee Herman, beta-testing the Etta James Button. Has anyone ever seen the two of them in the same room at the same time? Huh?
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