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I used to think the music on the radio was always a live performance at that radio station.
When I was little, I believed that the songs I heard on the radio were all live. I wondered how the bands could go from one station to another in time to sing on both stations.
I use to belive that when you listened to the radio
that the people singing were acualy at the radio station on a stge playing for the people, instead of a recording or cd
I used to believe when a song was played on the radio, the singer/band was called up from whatever they were doing to sing on a big stage and that was being recorded and sent to my radio. i thought the same thing for my CD player too.
Whenever I was I child, I used to think that the music on the radio was being played directly at the studios by the band or musician, as opposed to being played from a CD.
I asked my mom where the sound from the radio came from, and she told me it was from a radio station that sent the sound from an antenna and that the one on the car (she pointed to it) caught that signal. That made me think that musicians had to live at the radio station to play their songs every day.
I used to believe that the man on the radio, was sitting in a studio and live bands would show up and play the song. I never considered the logistics of this...
When I was a child I thought all singing performers appeared live on each radio station and I often wondered how they could be in so many places at a time ? and how on earth did they fit their live bands in a small broadcasting room ?
When my parents would listen to the radio I thought that the actual bands set up at the station and sang the song I would hear. I particularly remember imagining Elvis in the studio..cords strewn about the studio, him dancing and singing, and the next band getting ready to set up when he was finished. Apparently it didn't matter to me if the artists were alive or not, they were in that studio!!
When I was young, I thought all the bands were lined up at the radio station, waiting their turn to go in and play their one song, then leave and the next band would come in.. etc...
When I was verrrrry young and I heard a song on the radio, I thought it was live. When I heard it on another station, I figured, they just picked themselves up and moved to another station all day long!
When I was little I used to believe that singers of all the songs I heard on the radio were singing "live". Finally, I asked my mom how all of those people fit into the radio station all day long and what their methods might be as to "who goes first".
I'm pretty sure everyone has thought this at least one time in their lives, but I used to believe the artists were actually playing (live) on the radio, not the CD.
I used to think that the music played on the radio was played by the bands themselves, live, in the studio all the time. This happens regularly now, but back THEN it didn't. I thought the all came in and out really fast and Sonny Melendrez was just totally efficient about the whole thing.
I always loved listening to the radio, even when I was young. I wanted more than anything to visit the radio station because I used to believe that all the singers/bands were actually there at the radio station, singing and playing. Wouldn't that be awesome if it were true?
When I was young I used to believe that the bands, or singers such as Elvis were at the radio station singing. The Beatles, Animals, Rolling Stones, etc.
I used to believe that when they played songs on the radio, the bands actually came into the station and set up and played. Every time. I was like, "I wonder how they sound exactly the same every time though?"
I used to listen to the radio a lot when i was little, and always used to believe that all the bands and singers went into the DJ's studio and performed one song live and then moved out for the next artist. WOW! World's biggest live concert, Sherlock!!
This one is probably extremely common. I used to believe that all TV and radio was live--REALLY live. The shows and music were performed as they were broadcast, and when you changed channel or frequency, they quickly shuffled in a new band or show. When you turned your radio or TV off, they shut down.
When I was a kid, I thought that all of the music on the radio was live - that the DJs had all of these artists in the studio with them. I found out when my family was listening to the classical station and I asked my mom how big the studio must be for that whole orchestra to be playing in there.