/ Songs on Youtube in different key to originals - why?
But why would anyone do this? I though maybe to hide from copyright police, but they are official versions and are tagged with the song details. It's puzzling me... any ideas?
Perhaps a sample rate mismatch. Somebody uploading 48Khz audio into youtube (which I assume is 44.1Khz) would result in the pitch being lowered.
Loads of bands down tune half a step from studio to live, as it often improves tuning. The more out there start shifting concert pitch from 440
helps if i read the op, yeah you can also change pitch by altering bpm
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