Although the release time was later than usual and it was completely virtualized for the first time, the BlizzCon keynote speech yesterday brought some major news and exciting trailers. It also features musical performances by Metallica. The band is no stranger to BlizzCon, it first appeared at the conference in 2014.
Audiences on many platforms (including Blizzard’s own Twitch and YouTube channels) have heard Metallica’s 1984 music “Dying For Who”. During the emergence of Metallica, some Twitch streamers that broadcast BlizzCon muted the feed to avoid any potential DMCA issues.
But on the Twitch Gaming Feed, also Along the stream, things changed surprisingly.Within seconds of the beginning of the song, the audio is replaced with Video club Perfectly summarized as “the most clumsy, the most The Legend of Zelda Can imagine the forest donkey music. ”
The transition does make the whole story here, so please note:
The music performance rights that Blizzard obtained through its own channel did not seem to extend to Twitch’s internal game channel, so we got this glorious moment. Can they cut off the audio completely? Of course it can, but it won’t be that interesting. This version of the opening keynote stream currently has more than 1.2 million views.
If you want to see the actual performance of Metallica, it is at the 1:24:50 mark on YouTube or Twitch. except me? I will always remember its Twitch gameplay. Right way.
No, for Metallica’s performance, this will not bring any loss to anyone. Napster and the controversial DMCA quagmirs that often appear today have a lot to see. But let’s stay one more day. Now, imagine that Lars Ulrich and his company have actually fallen into this kind of RPG adventure music. Sometimes, they all synchronize well.