Music legend Sir Paul McCartney. (AAP) Tweet Facebook Mail While embracing the latest gadgets technology has to offer, Beatle legend Paul McCartney says it isn't what makes good music.The Fab Four ruled the charts in the 1960s and were one of the first British bands to make it big in America, but the 72-year-old wishes technology had been better when The Beatles were still touring.But when asked how he thinks his old bandmates would have coped, McCartney concedes technology isn't the be-all and end-all of good music."I think we'd still be good but the secret is in the writing," he told British newspaper Metro."We didn't have cassettes to record, we had to make something memorable so you wouldn't forget it. Me and John [Lennon] had panicky moments, but things came back to us the next day. We gradually embraced technology."Paul, John, George Harrison and Ringo Starr are still regarded some of music's all-time greats and many contemporary artists cite them as their main influence.Showing just how much he's moving with the times, McCartney's latest project has seen him compose the soundtrack for videogame Destiny.RelatedDodgy toys to avoid putting under the tree this ChristmasFive games that justify PS5's $750 price tagCoronavirus restrictions in Victoria ease with masks no longer required outdoors, up to 30 at Christmas gatheringsHe says poor sound quality was one of the factors that stopped the band playing live."It was one of the reasons, but we were fed up because we couldn't hear ourselves play for all the screaming," he said."It was really great for the atmosphere, but nobody could hear a thing that we were playing."So we got off the road and into the studio, and that's where Sgt. Pepper's [Lonely Hearts Club Band] came from. All the energy went into that album."© AAP 2020
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