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The backing track is a rare bootleg version of Rain that doesn't have the bass guitar or lead vocal overdubs on it and is at its original speed before the.

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Today’s isolated bass track has some historical significance for the Beatles. According to the Wikipedia page about this song , “‘Paperback Writer’ is marked by the boosted bass guitar sound throughout, partly in response to John Lennon demanding to know why the bass on a certain Wilson Pickett record far exceeded the bass on any Beatles records. This changed with the single.”

Mark Lewisohn’s book The Complete Beatles Recording Sessions quotes Beatles’ engineer Geoff Emerick as saying the song was “was the first time the bass sound had been heard in all its excitement. Paul played a different bass, a Rickenbacker. Then we boosted it further by using a loudspeaker as a microphone. We positioned it directly in front of the bass speaker and the moving diaphragm of the second speaker made the electric current.”

Yep, speaker and microphones are both transducers. Geoff Emerick actually had a blame by EMI for doing that for “bad impedance matching”

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Today’s isolated bass track has some historical significance for the Beatles. According to the Wikipedia page about this song , “‘Paperback Writer’ is marked by the boosted bass guitar sound throughout, partly in response to John Lennon demanding to know why the bass on a certain Wilson Pickett record far exceeded the bass on any Beatles records. This changed with the single.”

Mark Lewisohn’s book The Complete Beatles Recording Sessions quotes Beatles’ engineer Geoff Emerick as saying the song was “was the first time the bass sound had been heard in all its excitement. Paul played a different bass, a Rickenbacker. Then we boosted it further by using a loudspeaker as a microphone. We positioned it directly in front of the bass speaker and the moving diaphragm of the second speaker made the electric current.”

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The backing track is a rare bootleg version of Rain that doesn''t have the bass guitar or lead vocal overdubs on it and is at its original speed before the.

Today’s isolated bass track has some historical significance for the Beatles. According to the Wikipedia page about this song , “‘Paperback Writer’ is marked by the boosted bass guitar sound throughout, partly in response to John Lennon demanding to know why the bass on a certain Wilson Pickett record far exceeded the bass on any Beatles records. This changed with the single.”

Mark Lewisohn’s book The Complete Beatles Recording Sessions quotes Beatles’ engineer Geoff Emerick as saying the song was “was the first time the bass sound had been heard in all its excitement. Paul played a different bass, a Rickenbacker. Then we boosted it further by using a loudspeaker as a microphone. We positioned it directly in front of the bass speaker and the moving diaphragm of the second speaker made the electric current.”

Yep, speaker and microphones are both transducers. Geoff Emerick actually had a blame by EMI for doing that for “bad impedance matching”

The backing track is a rare bootleg version of Rain that doesn't have the bass guitar or lead vocal overdubs on it and is at its original speed before the.