I think I have the original at home I could probably upload it to Audacity and slow it downb/o 402 said:Wow that was great!
Could someone with the technology to do so, confirm that that is in fact the Dolly Parton record slowed down?
Kinda like this?TheBeachBoy said:I just tested it in my DAW and it's definitely Dolly slowed down.
When I was a kid I loved to put 45's on the 33 1/3 setting or albums on the 45 setting. If we wanted to get real crazy we'd put LPs on the 78 setting. I cringe to think of what damage we might have caused to them, but we didn't do it too often.
Yeah that's what I thought too, the rhythm track doesn't resemble what a slowed down track typically sounds like. In addition to being squeaky clean with timing (this is before digital recording and Protools) the instruments, bgvs and even the reverbs sound normal! That's freaking impressive!dcrigger said:Wow - beyond a testament to how great those players were - what a great example to singers that think that floating across the time with little regard to the rhythmic integrity of their phrasing is somehow essential to expression. Slowly down a record like this makes every rhythmic inaccuracy twice as significant - and listen to her lock in with the groove. Even when she pulls back the phrase, she does it in an manner that lines up rhythmically.
And the guitar with the drums and rest of the tracks... again, wow.