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Most people with an internet connection have seen the Gregory Brothers' auto-tuned brilliance on YouTube. For those who haven't, David Itsikoff explains what all the fuss is about with a New York Times Magazine profile of the group that created the Auto-Tune the News franchise and songified viral videos. Itzkoff offers approximately five sort of fascinating revelations about the group.

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