Monday, May 12, 2008
The mysterious production of songs
In a recent piece written for the New York Times Andrew Bird takes us through the process of recording/conveying his emotions, worries and ideas at his friends' loft in Chicago,
In the studio, a number of things can conspire to turn the natural act of making music into an awkward dance. First there is no audience, no one to impress. Second is the temptation to be too careful, to isolate every sound and not let it mingle with other sounds.
Check the rest of the article out here if you will.
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