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        Multitracking and the Making of "Tomorrow Never Knows" | Soundbreaking

        In this clip, a variety of musicians, producers, and writers discuss the revolutionary techniques The Beatles and George Martin used while making "Tomorrow Never Knows," including splicing tapes, using tape loops, sampling, and other unusual (for the time) methods. The record inspired many other musicians and producers, and had a profound impact on future recordings.

        This video is part of a lesson plan called The Beatles: Multitracking and the 1960s Counterculture. Find more resources in the Soundbreaking collection.

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