Vince Clarke Q&A at the SAE InstitutePosted on 28/04/13
For those who weren't present at the Vince Clarke Q&A at the SAE Institute in Mexico City on music production, we added below all the tweets that were sent out by Side-Line during the session (never mind the spelling errors, please).
You can read them below. Enjoy!
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Vince Clarke doesn't use presets, it's his 'joy'. Maine studio in woods but moved back to NY. Brother in law arranged new studio.— Side-Line Magazine (@sidelinemag) 27 april 2013
VCMG tour didn't take place because was in other project :) + working on an EDM project w different remixers— Side-Line Magazine (@sidelinemag) 27 april 2013
*because Martin Gore was in another project*— Side-Line Magazine (@sidelinemag) 27 april 2013
Martyn Ware produced ISIS album by Erasure so thats how @thecabinstudio got involved. when MW runs out of ideas martin calls him.— Side-Line Magazine (@sidelinemag) 27 april 2013
The def of a popsong: they need an emotional twist to it. #erasure— Side-Line Magazine (@sidelinemag) 27 april 2013
We now enter the more technical info, gear etc. Yamaha Dx7 was the worst thing ever: "it never listened did it?" twitter.com/sidelinemag/stů— Side-Line Magazine (@sidelinemag) 27 april 2013
On VCMG, internet made project. It changed everything. Bad is: it used to be cool to be in a studio a have a relation with people you work w— Side-Line Magazine (@sidelinemag) 27 april 2013
VCMG: all started w @plastikman remix. I found it repetitive at first. VCMG only sound design. Martin refused to sing on it. Pure freestyle.— Side-Line Magazine (@sidelinemag) 27 april 2013
For @rammstein remix: i asked what the lyrics were about :)— Side-Line Magazine (@sidelinemag) 27 april 2013
@thecabinstudio : production is easy these days when you have a bedroom and gear. As a band music is an investment, not just about making $.— Side-Line Magazine (@sidelinemag) 27 april 2013
It's always about the next song not about how great sthing was. 'Chorus' was very important: no midi, etc. all about sound design #erasure— Side-Line Magazine (@sidelinemag) 27 april 2013
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