This clip demonstrates the approach Dave Gilmour and Roger Waters of Pink Floyd took while recording their iconic album, Dark Side of the Moon. They took advantage of the latest technology, such as sequencing machines and 16-track recording. Waters likens their process to painting, as though they were "painting with sound."
This video is part of a lesson plan called Moving Faster Than the Imagination: The Evolution of Sound Recording. Find more resources in the Soundbreaking collection.