"What I do is I mock up my demos very, very intricately using Logic. I’m fairly handy with EQs and getting a mix together, but that’s my mix, and it seems to me to be a far cry from a pro mix. So, for instance, I’ll just go straight into my laptop with a guitar using an Apogee ONE interface and then call up some guitar amp plug-ins, maybe a Yamaha piano, an Attitude bass and a hip hop beat and then programme it all. I then know how to EQ and mix what I’m working on, but when it comes down to working in an actual studio I don’t know shit! […]
Well, I use Logic Pro with an Apogee ONE interface, and if there’s anybody who knows the sample bank of Logic it’s me. If you’re looking for something, I can take you there because I’ve done it all. I’ll make a track with 40 tracks and six plug-ins per track until my E CPU dies and all my RAM is maxed out and the computer shuts down when I play back the session. I’m too lazy to bus the reverb! I’ll create a new reverb plug-in for every single track that I want to have reverb on just so I can tweak that reverb for the track, because the idea of bussing a bunch of tracks to the same reverb to me, is like, ‘yeah, but what if I want different reverbs?’ So, I have my own way of doing things. I see it as creating a Super 8 movie equivalent of a song, and then I take that movie, where I’ve already written the story, I’ve cast the actors, I’ve got the locations, and I take to all to Peter Katis and say ‘right, now lets transfer this to film.’ That’s how all of my albums have been made; I’ll do them all in my computer down to the very last hi hat, the last flute, the last fucking zither, and then I’ll load that up to Peter’s computer and then we’ll go about replicating the demo but with real recording techniques."
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