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Quote of the week
"I would say that about 30 percent of the record is the 'demo' material that we kept. For example, the main guitar solo on “Mirage Year” is what I recorded using a DI into Logic at home. When we got into the studio, we just re-amped the signal through a ton of pedals and through two huge old HiWatt amplifiers. That solo means so much to me because it was the first take in my bedroom—fingers bleeding, just digging into the guitar. I think I am going to make records like that from now on. It saves so much time, and it is like deconstructing a demo and building it back up."—Tim Showalter of Strand of Oaks in MUSIC, ETC.
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