Backmasking

Backmasking

n.
the instinctive tendency to see someone as you knew them in their youth—a burned-in image of grass-stained knees, graffitied backpacks, or handfuls of birthday cake, superimposed on an adult with a mortgage, or children of their own.

In audio recording, backmasking is a technique wherein a sound is deliberately recorded backward, so it’s only intelligible when played in reverse.

Spinning Playback Head

Thwit

Lisolia

Harke

Énouement

Aulasy

Alpha Exposure

Yeorie

Keta

Nowlings

Cullaways

Keir

Archimony

Epistrix

Tirosy

Present-Tense

Mithenness

Daguerreologue

Daguer-reologue

Looseleft

Dead Reckoning

Moledro

The Mcfly Effect

Indosentia

Galagog

Amentalio

Keyframe

Foreclearing