Taylor Swift: Listen To Her Isolated ‘Shake It Off’ Vocals At VMAs

Mon, August 25, 2014 8:51pm EST by 11 Comments
Taylor Swift Shake It Off VMAs
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Jason

Posted at 12:21 PM on August 27, 2014  

Compared to the isolated vocals, of lets say, Britney Spears at live shows, Taylor did darn well.

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Posted at 11:24 PM on August 26, 2014  

wow

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Bernd

Posted at 3:21 PM on August 26, 2014  

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Sue

Posted at 9:43 AM on August 29, 2014  

This site is one of the most lying and misinforming sites around. You just made yourself look dumb to millions of people. Haha. Also, cheap amateur attempts at isolated vocals…yep you are clueless.

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hannah

Posted at 4:09 PM on September 4, 2014  

i agreed with the first half of what you said:) the second half made you seem like an ignorant human, a singer finally sings without back up vocals and the world still complains…this is why auto-tune exists.

 
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DD

Posted at 10:19 AM on August 26, 2014  

Are they going to do this same thing to Beyoncé?

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Kat

Posted at 2:09 AM on August 26, 2014  

She basically sounds the same in the performance. The audio is just taking away the backing track and instruments. She sounded horrible during the beginning and got a bit better, but once she started dancing she didn’t sing as much. Taylor isn’t the best vocalist. And this performance was definitely not showcasing her vocals, placing emphasis on the spectacle as a whole. Her vocals in “All Too Well” at the Grammy is basically her strongest. It isn’t really fair to judge this performance where she’s TRYING to dance and running up and down stairs. She isn’t Beyonce.

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Sue

Posted at 9:36 AM on August 29, 2014  

I don’t even think Beyonce is a great singer either. Beyone is the ultimate packaged product. Their is nothing memorable about Beyonce’s voice.

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Posted at 1:49 AM on August 26, 2014  

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Wow

Posted at 9:40 PM on August 25, 2014  

It is just as easy to make someone sound bad with the right equipment as it is to make them sound good. This was made just to sound bad.

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