Beach Boys Performing Acapella Put Autotune Performers To Shame

UNIVERSAL CITY, CA - DECEMBER 08: Singer Mike Love (C) of The Beach Boys performs at Hallmark's "Home & Family" at Universal Studios Hollywood on December 8, 2017 in Universal City, California. (Photo by David Livingston/Getty Images)

In times where recording quality music is faster and more flexible to produce, sometimes you barely see or listen to pure talent. Today, people tend to use auto-tune software in the post-production of their song recording or sometimes use it in live performances as well to make sure their singing is on point. Sometimes you can barely hear any mistakes in the singing.

For The Beach Boys, harmonizing is something they’re really known for. Since they started back in 1961, they’ve been one of the greats when it comes to a variation in styles of music and incorporating certain elements in jazz and classical music. It’s clear how their talent is hard to compete with. Just listen to how they harmonize and the vocal layering of each section in the song. I bet I could listen to this version all day. Watch the clip below of how they nailed every harmony section in their classic song “Wouldn’t It Be Nice”.