Well, the pitch shift doesn't match a 44.1-48kHz error, so that's out.Certainly the show should have been paused to correct things, but I think too much blame is being put on Mr. VanHalen. Besides, it's live music. If there weren't train wrecks once in a while it would get boring.
Why does it seem todays bands feel the need to use more and more music tracks to the point it is almost "Band Karaoke"? Very frustrating.
If you work in the "Sound Reinforcement" business, your job is to reinforce the sound, not to judge or complain about what the source is! Tracks, Bands, DJs, Theatre, Talking Heads, who cares!!! It's not frustrating at all, you just haven't figured out that live bands with musicians are not the only people that need audio services.
Just saw Celtic Woman yesterday at the Hobby Center in Houston. All of the orchestral parts were recorded, the only parts that were live are the piano, perc, guitars, wind instruments, bass, and of course the vocals. It was a great show, but I guess that they hop from city to city every day, well I think it wouldn't be reasonable to drag a whole orchestra... ?Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
He wasn't in the wrong key, the tracks were in the wrong key by an amount that sounds like a 44.1kHz-48kHz clocking error.
Yes, Eddie's guitar was at fault. The keyboards are spot on the correct pitch. Note that later in the song he seems to correct a bit for the offset.
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