I've recently been recording a cover of Hear You Me by Jimmy Eat World, for the sake of production practice. I'm doing ok so far, but I'm kind of confused by something. For those of you who know the song, if you listen closely there are kind of ambient sounds in the background, particularly audible during the piano solo and second verse. Can anyone identify what those sounds actually are, and offer any tips on how to record and recreate them?

Here's a link to the official instrumental version, if it helps. The bit in question starts at around 1.32 - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eWBjBV1P3Js

It's really quiet, so if you don't hear it straight away then just give it a few listens.

Any help would be greatly appreciated!
Quote by Andron17
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Bassist for Half My Kingdom.
I love Jimmy, and that's one of their best songs! It's also in 6/8. I think the ambient fx you're hearing is reverse delay or a synth
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