;— The Unblemished Tour Of Yorkshire'' (and their sixth live broadcast) was held in Sheffield (also the site of that year's BBC SPOTY events) on 12 December 2009 and starred John Rawling, Martin Kelner, John Bishop (John Bishop (comedian)) and debutant Jake Humphrey with Bishop claiming victory at Ponds Forge. '''''Eight Track Sound System''''' is the first album by Kingston upon Hull band Fonda 500, released in 2000 (see 2000 in music). '''Willerby''' is a village and civil parish (civil parishes in England) in the East Riding of Yorkshire, England that is located about WikiPedia:Kingston upon Hull Commons:Category:Kingston upon Hull
, Tennessee ) Avatar Studios, Right Track Sound on Sound (New York City, New York) Genre Rock (Rock music), pop (Pop music), blues rock, soul (Soul music) '''''Continuum''''' is the third studio album by American musician John Mayer, released September 9, 2006 on Columbia Records. Recording sessions for the album took place during November 2005 to September 2006 at The Village Recorder in Los
Angeles, California , Avatar Studios and Right Track Sound on Sound in New York City, and Royal Studios in Memphis, Tennessee. John Mayer and Steve Jordan discuss the writing and recording process. MixOnline. Retrieved on 2009-12-29. Production was handled primarily by Mayer and Steve Jordan (Steve Jordan (musician)). It marked a change in Mayer's musical style, and incorporated
a demonstration of two-channel stereophonic motion pictures, developed by Bell Labs and Electrical Research Products, Inc. "New Sound Effects Achieved in Film", ''The New York Times'', Oct. 12, 1937, p. 27. Conductor Leopold Stokowski recorded onto a nine-track sound system at the Academy of Music (Academy of Music (Philadelphia)) in Philadelphia, during the making of the movie ''One Hundred Men and a Girl'' for Universal Pictures in 1937. The tracks were mixed down to one for the final soundtrack. Nelson B. Bell, "Rapid Strides are Being Made in Development of Sound Track", ''The Washington Post'', April 11, 1937, p. TR1. ''Motion Picture Herald'', September 11, 1937, p. 40. In 1938, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer started using three tracks instead of one to record movie soundtracks, and very quickly upgraded to four tracks. One track was used for dialogue, two for music, and one for sound effects. The purpose for this form of multitrack recording was to make mixing down to a single optical track easier and was not intended to be a recording for stereophonic purposes.
with a track recorded (sound recording and reproduction) on Mercury Records called "Let the Music Play", written (songwriter) by Randy Muller from Brass Construction. The record (gramophone record) was in the U.S. (United States) charts (record chart) for 5 weeks and reached number 46 in the UK Singles Chart.