Remix Bob Dylan Songs in Your Own Way at Sony's Interactive Site

Experience Recreates Original 60s Recording Studio

Published On
Nov 06, 2015

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Fans of Bob Dylan can get creative with some of his original sixties recordings at a new microsite experience launched by Sony. Created to celebrate the release of "Bootleg Series Volume 12, The Cutting Edge" from Sony Legacy Recordings, the site, Studio A Revisited, recreates the 1965-1966 production studio where Dylan recorded seminal albums "Bringing It All Back Home," "Highway 61 Revisited" and "Blonde On Blonde."

Created by Studio 6, Havas Worldwide's content production studio, the microsite features three experiences: "Jam Session," where users can play with four track studio "stems" made available to the public for the very first time, to remix tracks such as "Like A Rolling Stone"; "Listening Session," an interactive timeline featuring snippets of songs in their unfinished form, photographs, stories, studio artifacts, and sound engineer notations; and "Singing Session," which lets fans attempt to match some of Dylan's legendary vocals. If Dylan karaoke is your thing, this is surely heaven.