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Unformatted text preview: Musc422 23:06 Microphone console – 4 microphones Microphone A Volume Panning Has knob that says L and R If you turn pan to left, you feed signal to left If you turn pan to right, you feed signal to right Panoramic spectrum (invisible line between left and right speaker) if you send sound to left, it comes out of right; if you feed it to both, it comes out middle 1 cent per record; 4 songs in one year “Love Me Do” John and Paul wrote in the van from Liverpool “PS I Love You” Andy White Past Masters Volume I – w/o Ringo Please Please Me w/ Ringo Brian bought 10,000 copies “Love Me Do” Radio Luxembourg BBC- heir studio Important dates Oct 4, 1962: release date of “Love Me Do” November 26, 1962: Beatles went in to record “Please Please Me” Important song Super imposed harmonica played by John John plays harmonica along w/ guitar in this song “Gentlemen, you have just recorded your first number one” George Martin went to #1 on ¾ of record charts, but not on important ones; George Martin want them to record album they had Love Me Do, PS I Love You, Please Please Me, Ask Me Why in the UK, album has 14 songs / in the US, album has 12 songs George Martin want Beatles to record album, 10 songs in one day Abbey Road 10am-1pm “There’s a Place” (John lead vocal) “Seventeen” (Paul lead vocal) 2:30-5:30 superimpose hand claps to Seventeen changed name of “Seventeen” “I saw her Standing There” “Do You Want to Know a Secret” (George sings, written by John) “Misery” “A Taste of Honey” vocal doubling – superimpose voice doing the same thing 7:30-10:45 Ringo “Boys” – the Shierlles One take Anna (Go with him) – John was the lead Chain smoker (Stuyvescant cigarettes) Brought in Zubes “Chain’s cover for the Cookies did this in 4 takes but 1 st one was best 10 pm “Twist and Shout” 1 take, started 2 nd one but John’s voice gave out so they went w/ take 1 last song on album “I saw her Standing There” – 1 st song of album falsetto oooooh- from “Little Richard” Friday March 22, 1963 album released March 5 – recorded “From Me To You” 23:06 The Cavern, Liverpool Was where… Brian Epstein first heard the Beatles perform John and Paul performed “One After 909” the first song they wrote together (not recorded until Let it Be) Ringo asked out Maureen (his future wife) Competition between bands pushed Beatles to write more original songs The Shirelles “Baby It’s You” – song that Beatles covered by the Shirelles on their “Please Please Me” album...
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This note was uploaded on 03/26/2012 for the course MUSC 422 taught by Professor Biersach during the Spring '07 term at USC.

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