I rarely watch or recommend YouTube videos. But what "Auto-Tune The News" does with Katie Couric and Joe Biden is an exception; try number 4, number 2 and number 6.
From the July 19th Washington Examiner:
Gregory Brothers: Which pol is best 'unintentional singer'?(via reader Paul P.)
By: Jeff Dufour and Kiki Ryan
You know the Gregory Brothers have made it big when they're not just using C-SPAN for raw material, but rather appearing on the political junkies' favorite network.
The brothers for the uninitiated, have created a web sensation with their remixed, mashed-up videos of politicians and talking heads, called "Auto Tune in the News."
"We had a feeling that if Paris Hilton had a recording contract, then why couldn't our nation's leaders, Nancy Pelosi and John Boehner, have their own recording contracts and pop careers?" asked Evan Gregory, as he appeared on C-SPAN's "Washington Journal" on Friday.
He explained how he, his wife and his two brothers mine C-SPAN for content. From there, it's a matter of determining "who is going to be the best unintentional singer" (Rep. Michele Bachmann, R-Minn., seems to be a popular choice, as are Pelosi and Boehner). Then, "we take their speaking voices and tune them to pseudo-singing voices," said using the infamous Auto-Tune software, which creates a robotic effect on the voice (for reference, think late period Cher).