Silver Supporting Member
- Mar 1, 2014
- Reaction score
...discovers his software is off by just a hair.
I’m glad I’m not the only one who thinks that this entire exercise could not have been a more galactically useless waste of time. Something like this makes the pickguard dilemma seem like an intellectual exercise.The guys a douche for even trying.
It's like someone picking a random Beatles song,
and criticizing how it's been written.
It started out having so much promise, look where it's taken us.it's better than a Reaction video.
"Guy reacts to Rush drumming!!"
..but it's still all shit, like 90% of the stuff on youtube.
Content for the sake of content. He has his Dr Gimmick and he needs to make videos about 'something' to sell his 'brand' so he can 'be an influencer'.
It's the (Corporatized) way of the internet these days.
All the sites look the same. All the shit is the same.
Bingo!I don't think he is saying you "should" time correct the track. I think his whole premise is - "wow, Rush are an amazing band and even using this technology, you can't make Neil's drumming more precise." Just like the last one he did that got people all worked up - his premise is that it sounds terrible when it is "time corrected."