Sound Engineer Deconstructs the Clavinet Part from Stevie Wonder’s “Superstition” (Video)

     

    Here’s this Friday’s awesome video post: A sound engineer who goes by the handle of Funkscribe has deconstructed the eight-part clavinet lines from Stevie Wonder’s classic "

    Superstition

    ," which Funkscribe calls a "great mystery of funk music," which in itself is hilariously awesome. There’s some pretty cool revelations here (like the wicked delay on two of the parts, and Wonder’s powerful vocals). Watch it. [

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