Backmasking

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Backmasking (also known wrongly as backward masking)[1] is a recording technique. In backmasking, a sound or message is recorded backwards onto a track that is meant to be played forwards. It was made popular by The Beatles. Some people think that backmasking causes subliminal persuasion.

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  1. Backward(s) masking has two other meanings See Crispen, Bob. "Backward Masking … another pious fraud". The Crispen Family. http://www.crispen.org/rants/backward.html. Retrieved 2006-09-01.

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