Yes, agree. I think the JMJ avatar looks awful. Some real film footage interspersed would be much better. I know what you're saying about that the whole thing could all be 100% playback - the visuals, the audio, the lot - but I do like the effort made to produce on something that happens in real time. Also, in this instance, there is a real venue in the sense that it's Notre Dame, if only a digital version. That "reality" needs to be treated differently to just a fake backdrop.Jote wrote: ↑Thu Dec 17, 2020 2:29 pm Yup, agree with Dr_Jones 100%. Only the effects are live. I can't stand that "Ah" with syncopated delay.
TBH I wonder why this needs to be live at all. They could've recorded his entire "performance" and just replay it. He doesn't need to interact with the audience so nobody will be able to tell anyway and at least there wouldn't be f***-ups like that Ableton metronome last time.
Also, there should be a "screen" behind his avatar showing his actual face + torso to humanize it a bit. Because ATM it's grotesque - the environment is fake, his avatar is fake, there's no audience, there's no audience noise and reactions, it's just odd. Doesn't feel like a concert at all.