A genre of electronic music that emphasizes the use of autotune on non-musical speech, especially that which was not originally intended to be autotuned.
Examples of this type of music include the YouTube artist melodysheep's Symphony of Science featuring Carl Sagan and other scientists, and his various other interludes from commercials and programs, as well as the Gregory Brothers' "Auto-tune the News" episodes.
Not to be confused with music with autotune in original works, made popular by such artists as T-Pain
"Carl Sagan sounds amazing in autotronic form."
"What are you listening to?" "Autotronic music."
"Autotune + electronic = autotronic. Simple as that!"
"This ain't none of that T-Pain BS. This is what Auto-Tune was really meant for."
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