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“We'd work out of our rehearsal space in Tempe, and then we'd send him over the Internet the multi-track session of what we were doing.”
“Against that backdrop, the Obama administration's Dual-Track multi-track policy toward Somalia has exacerbated the situation for these people.”
“It may be that our brains are constantly busy revising and reimagining reality as new input enters, so that in the words of another theorist “all varieties of perception—indeed, all varieties of thought or mental activity—are accomplished in the brain by parallel, multi-track processes of interpretation and elaboration of sensory inputs.””
“First up is a multi-track recording app called Studio Track.”
“The "Quimbara" session was multi-track - a separate track for the congas, a separate track for the timbales, one for the trumpets, the piano.”
“Just as the itunes generation will pay only for the tracks they want not the music company's priced-up, multi-track album, so today's declining band of newspaper readers are savvy, picky, and know the choices.”
“When stereo became popular these early multi-track tapes were re-purposed for stereo and the bass and kick drum were typically locked into either the right or left channel.”
“But, of course, no one could find the original multi-track masters from our Pieces of Eight album.”
“In those days, multi-track was far from what we have now.”
“They wanted to work from the original multi-track masters so that all of the individual instruments were on different tracks.”
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