- Mar 17, 2022
Almost true, internet videos in general are terrible for 'researching' tones/sound quality. But, if you have one video with several products it is possible to compare the sounds within the video with each other. Whether it tells you much in the real world is a different matter but it should give a reasonable jumping off point.
Don't agree because......
a) due to many technical reasons it's impossible for any youtube video to accurately record the tone of anything, anytime.
b) every listener uses different playback equipment so we all hear something different.
c) most youtube makers have hidden agendas and make post recording EQ changes. They don't report them so veiwers don't know what they've done.
What you get in youtube videos is a jumping off point to nowhere