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Finally! Someone Auto-Tunes A Pack Of Wolves!

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In the past year we have heard people Auto-Tune most everything you can think of: Winston Churchill, Chris Crocker, a teary-eyed family reunion, and the late Billy Mays are just some of the clips we have been sending and posting for any one who will listen, mainly late at night or while we are at shirking responsibility. Believe us when we say you will wanna click on every one of those links.

Now comes a pack of wolves getting the T-Pain treatment, complete with the narrator being appropriately altered.

We don't know what took everybody so long to start rigging nature clips with this software, but we are proud to be alive in such heady times. Now we know what it felt like to watch man walk on the moon in 1969, or when Captain America killed Hitler.

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