By Preston B Nichols
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Occasionally, it would be taken down to four tracks. Sometimes, one person would be singing, but it would sound like three or four singing with the same voice. First, the rhythm or musical accompaniment would be recorded. Next, the singer would put on headphones and listen to that track as he sang along. His entire sound would be recorded on another track. The singer would T H E M U S I C OF T I M E then listen to that track as he again sang along with it. He might do this three or four times, sounding better and better with each recording.
These are technical procedures which make a radio station sound good to the public. Finally, the sound projected out of the little plastic radio on the table and made a noise that could be enjoyed. At the same time, we had to ensure the sound was something close to what came out of the 45 rpmrecord player. I now refer to it all as black magic because if I had to sit down and tell someone exactly how to do it, I could not. It is all too complex. I pickedup most of what I learned on my own. When I entered the music field in the early 1960's, there were no great recording engineers at that time.
He cranked the level up full blast and then played with the bass and treble and mid-range control to get the sound he wanted. We later evolved this system into a fairly complex group of pedals. As the musicians hit the S P E C I A L E F F E C T S different pedals, they could get almost any sound they wanted out of their guitar. All of these sounds had to be picked up and reproduced faithfully in the recording sessions. I got into designing all sorts of effect boxes or effect pedals. If you went to an early concert, you would have seen a guy playing a guitar with four or five pedals in front of him.
The Music of Time by Preston B Nichols