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I have this vauge memory of a rap song / diss track -thing that has a laugh-track built into it,
and as the song goes on, the laugh track becomes more and more distorted,
so that it becomes obvious that it is a laugh track and that it's not being preformed live, in front of an actual audience.

the overall structure of the song is like:

>performer says something
>realistic/ natural laugh from audience
>performer says more
>laugh track, but it pitches kind of up
>performer says more
>laugh track, but it pitches way down, making it obviously fake
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bump, also the artist had a pretty smug attitude in the song, similar to chad warden
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bimp
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https://youtu.be/7L4JnAuW00k
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>>535838
Thanks, but that's not it.
the thing i'm thinking of had like no production quality, and was more like just someone talking over a beat.




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