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Old Apr 29, 2010, 04:40 AM   #16
earwax
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And how does one know what "in tune" is? That is, how does one know these recordings ARE out of tune, since you weren't there that day?
A is 440 cycles per second. This has been the accepted standard since the mid 1950's.

The rest is based on the ASSUMPTION that they were tuned to standard pitch.

EDIT: It's probably safe to assume John was carrying a harmonica with him. Thus providing a handy reference for "standard pitch".

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