#1
Hi,

I'm looking for a fancy word that describes the action to break a song into tracks (vocal, guitar, bass, drum etc...). Basically it's the reverse of what people do in the studio.

I've came up some some words like break, split, cut, extract. Help me brainstorm for more!

I'm starting a project and really need to cool name for it

And I forgot to mention. It should be quite simple. Easy to read, easy to say.
Last edited by hminh87 at Apr 3, 2008,
#2
Disecting?
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#3
disintegrating
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#6
Discombobulating
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#8
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#11
Strip-Layering....
Or then again of course, you could just be reading my signaure now...
#12
Party foul?
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