What Really Goes On In Recording Booths

Rappers can be difficult

There’s an incredible amount of work that goes into all your favorite tracks. Writing the music, the lyrics, recording the instrumentals, the vocals, sound mixing - but few people actually get a glimpse into what goes on behind the scenes while recording music, and that kind of mystery leaves a lot of room for the imagination.

That’s what inspired Caitie Delaney, a writer for Rick and Morty and overall hilarious lady, to create a series of videos from the point of view of sound engineers in the booths with famous hip-hop artists.

They’re so simple but so brilliant and well done, I’ll honestly never listen to these songs the same way again.
Uhhh, the mic is already ON, JOE

here’s my impression of the engineer who was in the studio with Fat Joe that day pic.twitter.com/21S7ez7BqX

— flirt russell (@caitiedelaney) March 12, 2019

Somebody please fix Eminem’s snare

don’t worry I did more pic.twitter.com/IhCoEj9JP3

— flirt russell (@caitiedelaney) March 12, 2019

*whispering* guys Chief Keef seems upset

here’s one more pic.twitter.com/liEJWfRDax

— flirt russell (@caitiedelaney) March 12, 2019

Little bit demanding but okay they’re your eardrums

Turns out I’m not done pic.twitter.com/sASOuRDrGK

— flirt russell (@caitiedelaney) March 13, 2019

Wait hold up WHO was in charge of bringing Jay-Z’s flutes???

when Jay-Z wants you to unleash the flutes but you didn’t come prepared pic.twitter.com/hLufYylQNt

— flirt russell (@caitiedelaney) March 13, 2019

[Author: Kelci Grammar]

Tags: Jay Z, Eminem, Humor, Joe, Morty, Rick, Keef, Fat Joe, Kelci Grammar, Caitie Delaney

Source:  https://www.funnyordie.com/2019/3/13/18264873/what-really-goes-on-in-recording-booths

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