For those not in the know, Auto-Tune is a commonly-used audio processor that corrects inaccuracies in vocal performances. Its main use? To minimize the amount of times folks like American Idol’s Randy Jackson can accuse singers of being “a little pitchy, dawg.” Auto-Tune is an oft-maligned piece of software, with many accusing it of taking the heart, soul, and technical proficiency out of popular music. A difficult argument to shoot down. At least it was, until my homegirl Gnesa came along. Here’s what we know: she’s an NYC-based singer/songwriter, she’s young, she’s pretty, she (ironically?) bears a strong resemblance to Rebecca Black, and she’s clearly not BFFs with the good people of Antares Audio Technologies, the creators of, yep, Auto-Tune.