How to Chipmunk Songs

 Chipmunking songs is where you modify your song to make it sound like it was sung by Alvin and the Chipmunks 

Step 1: You Will Need...

-Audacity
-LAME mp3 encoder (A Google search will get this for you)
-A Song

Step 2: Step 1: Preparing

 First, you will need to fire up audacity.
Second, you need to import your song.

Step 3: Step 2: Preparing the Chipmunk

 First, select all of the song by hitting Command + A (PC: Ctrl A) Or by going to Edit> Select> All
Next, go to Effect> Change Pitch...

Step 4: Step 3: Chipmunking!

 So now that you are all ready, and have the Change Pitch window open,  change your pitch from C up to A#/Bb and click OK.

Step 5: Step 4: Waiting...

 Wait for Audacity to finish Chipmunking your song. This may take a while...

Step 6: Step 5: Check And... More Waiting!!!

 So once Audacity finishes changing the pitch, double check to make sure it did it right. The instruments might not sound good, but the voices will. If you are not happy with your results, undo the pitch change by hitting Command + Z (PC: Ctrl + Z)  or by going to Edit> Undo and then changing hte pitch again, but this time messing with the slider bar

Step 7: Step 6: Export

 So now that you are done, you can export it by going to File> Export as MP3... then save it to where you want it and name it and you are done!

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    NickyMurray

    2 years ago

    Revolution Radio, Operation No Control!

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    101lenny101Goodhart

    Reply 9 years ago on Introduction

     That is funny! It is always good to find a fellow rock fan instead of someone who like rap or pop. Anyways, thanks for using my instructable!!! Hope you found it helpful.

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    Goodhart101lenny101

    Reply 9 years ago on Introduction

    Pssst,  like I noted with my last post, I didn't create this, I found it. and thought it was a good example fo what can be done with your methods

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    Goodhart101lenny101

    Reply 9 years ago on Introduction

    Oh it's no problem (I just didn't want whoever it was that DID create it to come back on me saying I hadn't made it clear that I hadn't ;-)