pyramid termite: they had two 4 tracks and they did a LOT of bouncing
also, there's a lot of things that would never be allowed in today's recordings - drop outs, sloppy edits, out of tune vocals, timing problems - yet, you put it all together and it sounds great
which is more than i can say for a lot of today's perfectly recorded music
kenko: hippybear, the Beatles at that point in their history had astounding resources—compared to other bands—at their disposal, and are not really a good illustration of that point.
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