Blake Reynolds, Early Overdubber

The studio processes of multitracking and overdubbing are commonplace now, a cinch with home digital tech. But in 1952, the notion that a single musician could create a recording where they played every single instrument--a la Prince--was rare and weird.

Here's an early pioneer. Listen to his version of "Waiting for the Robert E. Lee" here.

     Posted By: Paul - Fri Jul 13, 2018
     Category: Music | Technology | Computers | 1950s

Posted by BMN on 07/16/18 at 02:52 PM
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