Talk:Hide Away Folk Family

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Familiar tune[edit]

Is it just me, or does this tune sound really, and quite oddly familar... --Lemita 16:22, 21 Apr 2006 (CDT)

Same for me too... -Cody-schmidt 00:50, July 9, 2006
Loch Lomond, anyone? -- 18:01, 11 March 2009 (UTC)
I think what the above poster meant was a traditional ballad called "The Bonnie Banks o' Loch Lomond". I can hear a slight similarity but that's about it. --MisterMe (talk) 10:48, 8 September 2016 (EDT)

Astrology Report[edit]

It's probably extremely obvious, but I'm not really understanding how the bridge was done. Is it just delaying what is actually sung by two seconds, or something more? -- DidgeGuy (आ ज) 15:47, 26 April 2010 (UTC)

Is that not reverb? like, a little ity bit of reverb? whoa, whoa, wait, it says what they did right on the page! How much simpler could it get? —Preceding unsigned comment added by Apollo (talkcontribs) 15:46, April 26, 2010
Well, yeah, I know that! I'm not understanding the wording. I mean, what's the significance of the headphones? —Preceding unsigned comment added by DidgeGuy (talkcontribs) 19:04, April 26, 2010
Oh. That's simple, I've done it by mistake while recording. You put in headphones and blast whatever it is you've recorded already, and then you record the new thing, and you can faintly hear the noise from the headphones in the background. I think. —Preceding unsigned comment added by Apollo (talkcontribs) 19:11, April 26, 2010
I know I'm late but I'd like to offer an explanation. When John recorded the monologue in the bridge, he used an old audio trick that makes one stutter. Monitoring himself through headphones, he delayed the signal by several milliseconds so that when he spoke, he couldn't hear what he was saying in real time. That caused his brain to try and compensate making him slur his words. Does that shed some light on the subject? --Propman 22:56, 7 November 2011 (EST)