Obviously this isn’t the most important liturgical topic, and it doesn’t rise to the level of liturgical abuse. But it obviously doesn’t go without saying! So I will say it.
If people want to listen to beautiful recorded music, or sing along, they can do it at home. They can do it over in the parish hall. They can do it anywhere but in church at Mass, because Mass is for worshipping the Lord at a particular moment, in a particular place.
If you could have a beautiful puppet or a beautiful android say Mass, would it be prayerful?
No, because a puppet and a robot are not alive.
If you could choose between having to stay home and make a beautiful spiritual communion, and going to Mass and receiving Jesus Christ Himself, which would be better?
Obviously, the Sacrament is better, because of the Real Presence.
God is pleased by having real live people singing and praying to Him. He is not more pleased with Pavarotti than with Offkey Guy. If he wanted silicon and wires to pray to Him, He would raise up the rocks of the earth to do it.
(This is not to say that artistry is useless; even the Psalms say we should sing to God with all our skill and knowledge. But I guarantee that no human in this world is as good a singer as the angels and saints. We are all bush league beginners compared to them.)
If we don’t trust God to accept our best attempt at music, we don’t trust God.
If it really bothers us, we should spend some cash, or sweat effort by members of the parish, on better musicians and singers. If it doesn’t bother us to that extent, why use recorded music to cover it up?
We don’t worship dead idols, so why use dead music?